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January 26-28, 2007
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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
- 35 - Apocalypto Buena Vista $211,000 $228,685 $+17,685 +8.4% 175 $50,205,000 $50,222,634 8
1 1 - Epic Movie Fox $19,200,000 $18,612,544 $-587,456 -3.1% 2,801 $19,200,000 $18,612,544 1
3 3 - Night at the Museum Fox $9,450,000 $9,557,664 $+107,664 +1.1% 3,241 $216,738,000 $216,845,623 6
14 13 -1 Notes on a Scandal Fox Searchlight $2,550,000 $2,603,703 $+53,703 +2.1% 641 $9,033,000 $9,087,135 5
18 19 +1 The Last King of Scotland Fox Searchlight $1,650,000 $1,674,900 $+24,900 +1.5% 501 $7,714,000 $7,739,235 18
- 42 - Seraphim Falls IDP $162,000 $155,560 $-6,440 -4.0% 52 $162,000 $155,560 1
- 32 - Happily N'Ever After Lionsgate $505,000 $549,141 $+44,141 +8.7% 660 $14,805,000 $14,798,151 4
15 16 +1 Blood and Chocolate MGM $2,103,000 $2,074,300 $-28,700 -1.4% 1,200 $2,103,000 $2,074,300 1
9 9 - The Queen Miramax $4,000,000 $4,013,052 $+13,052 +0.3% 1,830 $41,241,000 $41,254,080 18
- 33 - Venus Miramax $336,000 $343,941 $+7,941 +2.4% 59 $707,000 $715,173 6
11 11 - Freedom Writers Paramount $3,487,000 $3,514,548 $+27,548 +0.8% 2,273 $31,285,000 $31,312,123 4
- 20 - Charlotte's Web (2006) Paramount $1,428,000 $1,496,105 $+68,105 +4.8% 1,345 $78,794,000 $78,862,500 7
6 6 - Dreamgirls Paramount (DreamWorks) $6,618,000 $6,741,985 $+123,985 +1.9% 2,785 $86,651,000 $86,775,468 7
13 14 +1 Babel Paramount Vantage $2,581,000 $2,561,053 $-19,947 -0.8% 1,090 $27,246,000 $27,226,241 14
8 8 - Pan's Labyrinth Picturehouse $4,505,000 $4,774,578 $+269,578 +6.0% 823 $16,253,000 $16,523,021 5
10 10 - The Hitcher (2007) Rogue Pictures $3,598,000 $3,632,975 $+34,975 +1.0% 2,836 $13,398,000 $13,433,020 2
4 5 +1 Catch and Release Sony / Columbia $8,000,000 $7,658,898 $-341,102 -4.3% 1,622 $8,000,000 $7,658,898 1
7 7 - The Pursuit of Happyness Sony / Columbia $5,000,000 $4,983,325 $-16,675 -0.3% 2,688 $152,947,000 $152,929,867 7
- 29 - Casino Royale Sony / Columbia $600,000 $609,192 $+9,192 +1.5% 364 $165,311,000 $165,320,608 11
5 4 -1 Stomp the Yard Sony / Screen Gems $7,800,000 $7,685,565 $-114,435 -1.5% 2,115 $50,653,000 $50,538,842 3
- 23 - Volver Sony Classics $1,151,000 $1,140,304 $-10,696 -0.9% 689 $8,900,000 $8,889,349 13
- 45 - Curse of the Golden Flower Sony Classics $135,000 $135,548 $+548 +0.4% 91 $6,243,000 $6,243,989 6
- 57 - The Italian Sony Classics $28,300 $27,823 $-477 -1.7% 8 $61,200 $60,774 2
2 2 - Smokin' Aces Universal $14,262,000 $14,638,755 $+376,755 +2.6% 2,218 $14,262,000 $14,638,755 1
16 15 -1 Children of Men Universal $2,022,000 $2,183,195 $+161,195 +8.0% 1,273 $30,749,000 $30,909,838 5
- 22 - Alpha Dog Universal $1,040,000 $1,165,725 $+125,725 +12.1% 1,005 $13,920,000 $14,045,245 3
- 27 - The Good Shepherd Universal $669,000 $725,610 $+56,610 +8.5% 722 $58,908,000 $58,964,680 6
12 12 - The Departed Warner Bros. $3,045,000 $3,365,481 $+320,481 +10.5% 1,453 $124,917,000 $125,237,852 17
17 17 - Letters from Iwo Jima Warner Bros. $1,710,000 $1,867,326 $+157,326 +9.2% 415 $4,915,000 $5,072,065 6
- 21 - Blood Diamond Warner Bros. $1,200,000 $1,222,485 $+22,485 +1.9% 690 $52,618,000 $52,640,838 8
- 25 - Happy Feet Warner Bros. $900,000 $920,214 $+20,214 +2.2% 650 $191,907,000 $191,927,188 11
- 26 - We Are Marshall Warner Bros. $830,000 $786,362 $-43,638 -5.3% 940 $42,269,000 $42,224,971 6
- 28 - The Painted Veil Warner Independent $660,000 $695,073 $+35,073 +5.3% 287 $4,830,000 $4,864,513 6
- 62 - Breaking and Entering Weinstein Company $20,700 $21,160 $+460 +2.2% 2 $20,700 $21,160 5
TOTALS:$111,457,000$112,366,775$+909,775+0.8%39,544 
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* Production Budget in millions. On average, studios earn around 55 percent of the final gross.

Note: Studio Estimates are the estimated weekend grosses that each distributor makes for its own movies on Sunday mornings—based on grosses for Friday and Saturday plus a projection for Sunday. This chart view shows how accurate the studios were.



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