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Weekend Box Office


November 17-19, 1995
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TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
7 4 Powder Buena Vista $2,412,073 -41.8% 1,591 -30 $1,516 $24,880,701 - 4
1 N GoldenEye MGM $26,205,007 - 2,667 - $9,825 $26,205,007 - 1
5 2 Get Shorty MGM $4,334,185 -43.0% 2,103 - $2,060 $56,855,436 - 5
- N The Crossing Guard Miramax $71,804 - 6 - $11,967 $71,804 - 1
9 8 Seven New Line $1,641,769 -33.8% 1,463 -355 $1,122 $84,225,310 $33 9
10 6 Now and Then New Line $1,510,371 -44.1% 1,662 -51 $908 $23,868,750 - 5
8 5 Home for the Holidays Paramount $1,961,239 -41.4% 1,000 - $1,961 $11,274,294 - 3
11 9 Vampire in Brooklyn Paramount $1,008,941 -55.6% 1,213 -917 $831 $18,239,390 - 4
- - Braveheart Paramount $13,634 -45.5% 26 -21 $524 $66,937,077 $72 26
3 N The American President Sony / Columbia $10,014,558 - 1,508 - $6,640 $10,014,558 - 1
- - Apollo 13 Universal $158,565 -45.1% 210 -132 $755 $171,842,845 - 21
2 1 Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls Warner Bros. $19,510,643 -48.4% 2,652 - $7,356 $65,020,821 - 2
4 N It Takes Two Warner Bros. $5,564,147 - 1,581 - $3,519 $5,564,147 - 1
6 3 Copycat Warner Bros. $3,007,024 -37.0% 1,643 -18 $1,830 $23,730,990 - 4
12 7 Fair Game (1995) Warner Bros. $698,209 -72.7% 1,114 -835 $626 $10,423,555 $50 3
TOTAL (15 MOVIES):$78,112,169+8.4%20,439+247$3,822 
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* Production Budget in millions. On average, studios earn approximately 55 percent of the final gross.


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