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December 28-30, 2007
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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
- 85 - Death at a Funeral (2007) MGM $1,000 $552 $-448 -44.8% 4 $8,580,000 $8,579,573 20
- 71 - Blonde Ambition First $2,300 $2,083 $-217 -9.4% 8 $4,900 $4,658 2
- 67 - Lions for Lambs UA $3,000 $2,847 $-153 -5.1% 12 $14,937,000 $14,934,551 8
- 63 - Control Wein. $6,400 $5,821 $-579 -9.0% 12 $833,000 $832,504 12
- 54 - Bella RAtt. $12,500 $24,044 $+11,544 +92.4% 39 $7,604,000 $7,600,666 10
- 58 - Steep SPC $16,800 $16,105 $-695 -4.1% 14 $54,300 $55,771 2
- 57 - Lust, Caution Focus $18,700 $20,626 $+1,926 +10.3% 19 $4,515,000 $4,523,146 14
- 53 - The Mist MGM/W $27,000 $25,188 $-1,812 -6.7% 71 $25,301,000 $25,296,735 6
- 51 - Starting Out in the Evening RAtt. $29,100 $29,653 $+553 +1.9% 18 $465,000 $465,767 6
- 50 - Youth Without Youth SPC $30,100 $29,874 $-226 -0.8% 18 $129,000 $128,979 3
- 47 - Lars and the Real Girl MGM $43,000 $43,192 $+192 +0.4% 40 $5,691,000 $5,687,152 12
- 43 - Awake MGM/W $65,000 $66,120 $+1,120 +1.7% 88 $14,074,000 $14,055,487 5
- 39 - Persepolis SPC $91,100 $88,826 $-2,274 -2.5% 7 $167,000 $163,372 1
- 37 - I'm Not There Wein. $110,000 $117,143 $+7,143 +6.5% 93 $3,080,000 $3,087,475 6
- 35 - Before the Devil Knows You're Dead Think $128,000 $133,870 $+5,870 +4.6% 101 $6,418,000 $6,424,171 10
- 32 - There Will Be Blood ParV $186,000 $190,739 $+4,739 +2.5% 2 $310,000 $314,917 1
- 27 - The Orphanage PicH $230,000 $233,323 $+3,323 +1.4% 19 $230,000 $233,323 1
21 25 +4 The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Mira. $260,000 $273,246 $+13,246 +5.1% 44 $870,000 $882,696 5
20 23 +3 American Gangster Uni. $301,000 $294,715 $-6,285 -2.1% 307 $129,025,000 $129,018,725 9
19 21 +2 The Bucket List WB $323,000 $335,837 $+12,837 +4.0% 16 $618,000 $631,725 1
18 18 - The Savages FoxS $515,000 $522,952 $+7,952 +1.5% 111 $1,683,000 $1,690,511 5
17 19 +2 This Christmas SGem $520,000 $393,150 $-126,850 -24.4% 341 $48,952,000 $48,781,228 6
16 16 - The Kite Runner ParV $1,844,000 $1,845,396 $+1,396 +0.1% 377 $5,395,000 $5,396,683 3
15 15 - No Country for Old Men Mira. $2,215,000 $2,218,782 $+3,782 +0.2% 960 $41,065,000 $41,068,444 8
14 14 - Atonement Focus $3,085,000 $3,123,028 $+38,028 +1.2% 310 $11,199,000 $11,237,143 4
13 13 - Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Sony $3,700,000 $3,853,916 $+153,916 +4.2% 2,650 $12,252,000 $12,423,244 2
12 12 - The Golden Compass NL $4,360,000 $4,683,801 $+323,801 +7.4% 1,935 $58,869,000 $58,775,336 4
11 11 - The Great Debaters MGM/W $6,304,000 $6,005,180 $-298,820 -4.7% 1,171 $13,548,000 $13,256,188 1
10 10 - Enchanted BV $6,500,000 $6,431,622 $-68,378 -1.1% 2,262 $110,650,000 $110,580,392 6
9 9 - Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street P/DW $8,000,000 $8,194,360 $+194,360 +2.4% 1,249 $26,719,000 $26,913,596 2
8 7 -1 P.S. I Love You WB $9,100,000 $9,289,337 $+189,337 +2.1% 2,464 $23,398,000 $23,586,893 2
7 8 +1 The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep SonR $9,200,000 $9,186,054 $-13,946 -0.2% 2,772 $16,821,000 $16,797,265 1
6 6 - Aliens Vs. Predator - Requiem Fox $10,050,000 $10,059,425 $+9,425 +0.1% 2,611 $26,880,000 $26,889,442 1
5 5 - Juno FoxS $10,300,000 $10,634,576 $+334,576 +3.2% 1,019 $25,681,000 $26,015,794 4
4 4 - Charlie Wilson's War Uni. $11,768,000 $12,012,360 $+244,360 +2.1% 2,575 $34,506,000 $34,750,790 2
3 3 - I Am Legend WB $27,500,000 $27,414,467 $-85,533 -0.3% 3,636 $194,575,000 $194,489,704 3
2 2 - Alvin and the Chipmunks Fox $30,000,000 $29,029,898 $-970,102 -3.2% 3,484 $142,375,000 $141,404,467 3
1 1 - National Treasure: Book of Secrets BV $35,632,000 $35,672,708 $+40,708 +0.1% 3,832 $124,035,000 $124,075,411 2
TOTALS:$182,477,000$182,504,816$+27,816+0.0%34,691 
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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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