With a $103.9 million haul, Black Swan ranks as the third highest-grossing Fox Searchlight movie ever behind Juno ($143.5 million) and Slumdog Millionaire ($141.3 million). After opening strongly in limited release at the beginning of December, Black Swan became one of the most buzzed about movies of the year, driven by director Darren Aronofsky's visually-striking psychological thrills and Natalie Portman's acclaimed lead performance. As 2010 came to a close and 2011 began, a dearth of other original fare along with an aggressive release strategy and a heaping of awards recognition helped the movie maintain its momentum. As successful as it was, Black Swan mainly became News Corp.'s top 2010 release because of 20th Century Fox's miserable slate. Coming off the massive success of Avatar, the studio went on a nearly unprecedented cold streak that persists to this day. While Dawn Treader has grossed $103.8 million, it fell way short of predecessor Prince Caspian ($141.6 million) and even further behind The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ($291.7 million). Other 2010 movies like Date Night ($98.7 million), Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief ($88.8 million) and Unstoppable ($81.5 million) were solid by genre standards, though none reached blockbuster levels. The most devastating blows came from underperforming tentpoles The A-Team ($77.2 million), Knight & Day ($76.4 million) and Gulliver's Travels ($42.5 million). Black Swan has now made $228.1 million worldwide (domestic plus foreign), which places it behind Dawn Treader ($387.9 million) and Knight & Day ($261.9 million). With some more openings to look forward to, it should have no problem finishing ahead of Knight & Day, though Dawn Treader appears out of reach.