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TDTitle (Click to View)StudioDaily GrossTheaters / AvgScreens / AvgShows / AvgGross To-DateDay
15Solitary ManAnchor Bay Films$143,561177$811180$798830$173$2,074,55438
-City IslandAnchor Bay Films$43,104105$411110$392340$127$6,156,287101
-The SquareApparition$6,1098$76410$61130$204$379,59780
-Breath Made VisibleArgot Pictures$2011$201n/an/an/an/a$49,90287
1Toy Story 3Buena Vista$18,796,5354,028$4,6667,900$2,37936,100$521$226,889,35110
8Prince of Persia: The Sands of TimeBuena Vista$724,7871,851$3921,900$3816,200$117$86,221,87931
-The Back-Up PlanCBS Films$29,744147$202150$198480$62$37,243,20266
-BabiesFocus Features$14,94064$23364$233190$79$7,198,28452
3Knight & DayFox$5,775,1863,098$1,8644,100$1,40919,000$304$27,428,5135
5The A-TeamFox$1,842,2913,242$5683,700$49815,500$119$63,047,43217
13MarmadukeFox$267,8581,110$2411,110$2413,600$74$30,008,94124
-Date NightFox$63,725286$223290$2201,010$63$97,320,41980
-Diary of a Wimpy KidFox$15,948105$152110$145340$47$63,694,618101
-AvatarFox$15,05915$1,00420$75330$502$749,535,574192
-CyrusFox Searchlight$96,22417$5,66030$3,207140$687$566,25910
-Just WrightFox Searchlight$19,410111$175111$175460$42$21,219,09245
-The Secret of KellsGKIDS$3,85215$25720$19340$96$637,993115
-Racing DreamsHannover House$4263$142n/an/an/an/a$45,03338
9KillersLionsgate$544,1082,271$2402,300$2379,400$58$43,938,75424
-Kick-AssLionsgate$11,480102$113102$113270$43$48,043,50573
11Iron Man 2Paramount$431,6461,169$3691,200$3603,900$111$306,943,64752
6Shrek Forever AfterParamount (DreamWorks)$988,4062,340$4222,500$39510,100$98$229,539,08938
16How to Train Your DragonParamount (DreamWorks)$142,202333$427400$3561,520$94$215,422,52894
-RaavanReliance Big Pictures$25,836115$225120$215400$65$663,44410
17Winter's BoneRoadside Attractions$136,85170$1,95570$1,955330$415$1,064,33117
-Princess KaiulaniRoadside Attractions$2,0058$2518$25122$91$826,62445
-The JonesesRoadside Attractions$1,2143$4053$40510$121$1,465,19173
2Grown UpsSony / Columbia$11,436,6273,534$3,2365,100$2,24224,800$461$40,506,5623
4The Karate KidSony / Columbia$4,551,3943,740$1,2175,100$89219,300$236$135,788,72117
-The Bounty HunterSony / Columbia$20,057104$193104$193310$65$66,944,678101
-Death at a Funeral (2010)Sony / Screen Gems$41,166156$264160$257650$63$42,594,45373
18Letters to JulietSummit Entertainment$115,617509$227510$2271,670$69$49,537,42945
-Furry VengeanceSummit Entertainment$30,698157$196160$192510$60$17,286,27559
7Get Him to the GreekUniversal$962,9852,188$4402,200$4388,900$108$54,616,49524
14Robin HoodUniversal$190,665669$285680$2802,090$91$103,301,77045
-RaajneetiUTV Communications$9,47730$31630$31680$118$1,488,17824
-Letters to GodVivendi Entertainment$1452$732$733$48$2,848,57880
10Jonah HexWarner Bros.$504,5372,825$1792,825$17912,700$40$9,171,08310
-Hubble 3DWarner Bros.$73,32450$1,46650$1,466140$524$9,163,428101
-SpliceWarner Bros.$69,836340$205350$2001,180$59$16,229,10624
-Clash of the Titans (2010)Warner Bros.$52,229226$231230$227880$59$162,697,60887
-Under the Sea 3DWarner Bros.$9,95013$76513$76540$249$22,586,737500
12Sex and the City 2Warner Bros. (New Line)$357,223901$396920$3882,530$141$93,072,61532
-A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)Warner Bros. (New Line)$25,721172$150172$150530$49$62,902,16759
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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.