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TDTitle (Click to View)StudioDaily GrossTheaters / AvgScreens / AvgShows / AvgGross To-DateDay
2The Shaggy DogBuena Vista$4,926,1153,501$1,407n/an/an/an/a$16,310,0583
5Eight BelowBuena Vista$1,625,0482,970$547n/an/an/an/a$66,564,66424
-Match PointDreamWorks$62,564175$358n/an/an/an/a$22,837,89175
16Brokeback MountainFocus Features$274,000877$312n/an/an/an/a$80,983,05894
7AquamarineFox$1,109,4712,538$437n/an/an/an/a$12,373,36710
12Date MovieFox$570,0101,812$315n/an/an/an/a$44,289,38124
23Big Momma's House 2Fox$111,901491$228n/an/an/an/a$67,988,10845
-Walk the LineFox$79,035321$246n/an/an/an/a$118,808,286115
-Cheaper by the Dozen 2Fox$42,187218$194n/an/an/an/a$81,988,65582
3The Hills Have EyesFox Searchlight$3,943,2692,620$1,505n/an/an/an/a$15,708,5123
-Night Watch (Nochnoi Dozor)Fox Searchlight$67,232138$487n/an/an/an/a$1,151,49524
-Imagine Me and YouFox Searchlight$3058$38n/an/an/an/a$668,62945
-CrashLions Gate$94,720175$541n/an/an/an/a$53,747,526136
6Tyler Perry's Madea's Family ReunionLionsgate$1,375,5741,812$759n/an/an/an/a$55,703,14417
15Final Destination 3New Line$344,0001,253$275n/an/an/an/a$51,792,17731
1Failure to LaunchParamount$5,618,2053,057$1,838n/an/an/an/a$24,411,3223
-Neil Young: Heart of GoldParamount Classics$46,15049$942n/an/an/an/a$920,32231
-Ask the DustParamount Classics$16,6807$2,383n/an/an/an/a$68,7793
11Dave Chappelle's Block PartyRogue Pictures$587,0001,200$489n/an/an/an/a$9,623,00210
-FreedomlandSony (Revolution)$9,82476$129n/an/an/an/a$12,512,88624
9The Pink Panther (2006)Sony / Columbia$1,014,6562,302$441n/an/an/an/a$74,653,31031
-Memoirs of a GeishaSony / Columbia$36,841102$361n/an/an/an/a$57,010,85394
8UltravioletSony / Screen Gems$1,051,4582,558$411n/an/an/an/a$14,832,85810
-When a Stranger CallsSony / Screen Gems$63,029417$151n/an/an/an/a$47,607,57238
-Underworld: EvolutionSony / Screen Gems$45,611216$211n/an/an/an/a$62,318,87552
17CapoteSony Classics$255,000689$370n/an/an/an/a$27,060,267164
10Curious GeorgeUniversal$815,6401,942$420n/an/an/an/a$52,581,90531
20Nanny McPheeUniversal$159,600670$238n/an/an/an/a$45,196,61045
-King KongUniversal$80,700269$300n/an/an/an/a$217,295,20089
-MunichUniversal$63,270171$370n/an/an/an/a$47,113,19080
416 BlocksWarner Bros.$1,956,9192,706$723n/an/an/an/a$22,808,56810
14FirewallWarner Bros.$408,3201,410$290n/an/an/an/a$45,341,37431
18Deep Sea 3D (IMAX)Warner Bros.$247,67644$5,629n/an/an/an/a$1,664,16210
-SyrianaWarner Bros.$76,856211$364n/an/an/an/a$49,978,285110
-Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireWarner Bros.$58,942231$255n/an/an/an/a$289,472,171115
-Good Night, and Good Luck.Warner Independent$44,003132$333n/an/an/an/a$31,501,218157
-Duck SeasonWarner Independent$8,7056$1,451n/an/an/an/a$24,6583
-Paradise NowWarner Independent$4,39622$200n/an/an/an/a$1,431,310136
13The LibertineWeinstein Company$561,815815$689n/an/an/an/a$2,264,09631
19TransamericaWeinstein Company$169,592516$329n/an/an/an/a$7,655,572101
21DoogalWeinstein Company$154,114842$183n/an/an/an/a$6,990,84317
22Mrs. Henderson PresentsWeinstein Company$145,452350$416n/an/an/an/a$9,376,25194
-HoodwinkedWeinstein Company$33,846199$170n/an/an/an/a$50,802,48387
-The MatadorWeinstein Company$8,83153$167n/an/an/an/a$12,529,65973
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NOTE: If daily grosses stop for a movie, it means that the respective studio is no longer tracking it on a daily basis. The exceptions are New Line, Miramax/Dimension and Sony Pictures Classics. They don't do official daily box office, and estimates are made for their movies based on partial data in order to fill out the top 12. Because of this, movies from these studios are more apt to disappear from the daily chart.