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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
- 75 - Blindsight Abramorama $13,600 $13,024 $-576 -4.2% 5 $23,200 $22,547 2
4 4 - College Road Trip Buena Vista $7,893,000 $7,810,400 $-82,600 -1.0% 2,706 $24,286,000 $24,203,543 2
14 14 - Step Up 2 the Streets Buena Vista $1,502,000 $1,531,231 $+29,231 +1.9% 1,546 $55,429,000 $55,458,225 5
- 61 - The Year My Parents Went on Vacation City Lights Pictures Releasing $23,600 $25,514 $+1,914 +8.1% 20 $340,000 $341,801 5
12 12 - Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day Focus Features $1,950,000 $1,940,781 $-9,219 -0.5% 539 $5,309,000 $5,299,639 2
23 23 - In Bruges Focus Features $484,000 $487,876 $+3,876 +0.8% 211 $5,243,000 $5,246,624 6
- 38 - Atonement Focus Features $102,000 $101,505 $-495 -0.5% 129 $50,733,000 $50,732,545 15
1 1 - Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! Fox $45,100,000 $45,012,998 $-87,002 -0.2% 3,954 $45,100,000 $45,012,998 1
11 11 - Jumper Fox $2,135,000 $2,025,810 $-109,190 -5.1% 1,605 $75,767,000 $75,657,556 5
15 15 - Juno Fox Searchlight $1,220,000 $1,192,817 $-27,183 -2.2% 846 $139,832,000 $139,812,288 15
- 42 - Paranoid Park IFC $81,100 $75,917 $-5,183 -6.4% 22 $124,000 $118,784 2
- 53 - 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days IFC $51,700 $47,834 $-3,866 -7.5% 44 $953,000 $949,339 8
- 73 - The Duchess of Langeais IFC $14,000 $14,035 $+35 +0.3% 4 $102,000 $101,997 4
6 6 - The Bank Job Lionsgate $4,910,000 $5,054,961 $+144,961 +3.0% 1,613 $13,113,000 $13,257,949 2
- 32 - The Eye Lionsgate $186,000 $205,709 $+19,709 +10.6% 213 $30,960,000 $30,979,834 7
- 37 - Rambo Lionsgate $110,000 $104,508 $-5,492 -5.0% 201 $42,617,000 $42,611,220 8
- 40 - Witless Protection Lionsgate $80,000 $87,652 $+7,652 +9.6% 196 $4,124,000 $4,131,640 4
- 55 - Charlie Bartlett MGM $42,000 $46,078 $+4,078 +9.7% 80 $3,842,000 $3,846,192 4
- 84 - The Great Debaters MGM (Weinstein) $9,000 $8,134 $-866 -9.6% 20 $30,114,000 $30,113,634 12
- 113 - The Mist MGM (Weinstein) $1,200 $1,493 $+293 +24.4% 5 $25,592,000 $25,592,632 17
21 22 +1 No Country for Old Men Miramax $528,000 $525,085 $-2,915 -0.6% 511 $73,678,000 $73,674,390 19
8 8 - Semi-Pro New Line $3,000,000 $3,043,162 $+43,162 +1.4% 2,270 $29,846,000 $29,809,714 3
18 19 +1 Be Kind, Rewind New Line $635,000 $591,578 $-43,422 -6.8% 452 $10,040,000 $10,026,037 4
- 41 - Mad Money Overture Films $87,000 $84,133 $-2,867 -3.3% 155 $20,539,000 $20,536,106 9
- 54 - Sleepwalking Overture Films $50,000 $47,762 $-2,238 -4.5% 30 $50,000 $47,762 1
10 10 - The Spiderwick Chronicles Paramount $2,390,000 $2,335,238 $-54,762 -2.3% 2,407 $65,430,000 $65,376,031 5
25 27 +2 There Will Be Blood Paramount Vantage $358,000 $346,935 $-11,065 -3.1% 339 $39,350,000 $39,339,536 12
- 52 - Caramel Roadside Attractions $49,000 $50,346 $+1,346 +2.7% 27 $507,000 $508,354 7
- 66 - Chicago 10 Roadside Attractions $23,200 $22,888 $-312 -1.3% 13 $107,000 $106,401 3
- 70 - Starting Out in the Evening Roadside Attractions $15,900 $16,986 $+1,086 +6.8% 26 $839,000 $840,056 17
- 95 - Teeth Roadside Attractions $4,700 $4,593 $-107 -2.3% 7 $296,000 $296,166 9
7 7 - Doomsday Rogue Pictures $4,743,000 $4,926,565 $+183,565 +3.9% 1,936 $4,743,000 $4,926,565 1
5 5 - Vantage Point Sony / Columbia $5,400,000 $5,462,747 $+62,747 +1.2% 2,761 $59,200,000 $59,263,128 4
9 9 - The Other Boleyn Girl Sony / Columbia $2,900,000 $2,882,846 $-17,154 -0.6% 1,212 $19,171,000 $19,153,729 3
24 25 +1 The Counterfeiters Sony Classics $451,000 $419,049 $-31,951 -7.1% 72 $1,247,000 $1,214,974 4
- 28 - The Band's Visit Sony Classics $300,000 $263,633 $-36,367 -12.1% 105 $1,601,000 $1,564,060 6
- 39 - Married Life Sony Classics $105,000 $97,915 $-7,085 -6.7% 22 $185,000 $178,243 2
- 49 - Persepolis Sony Classics $45,700 $52,999 $+7,299 +16.0% 60 $4,012,000 $4,019,675 12
- 57 - CJ7 Sony Classics $45,300 $42,233 $-3,067 -6.8% 25 $108,000 $104,527 2
3 3 - Never Back Down Summit Entertainment $8,610,000 $8,603,195 $-6,805 -0.1% 2,729 $8,610,000 $8,603,195 1
16 16 - Penelope Summit Entertainment $890,000 $886,917 $-3,083 -0.3% 757 $8,262,000 $8,258,801 3
- 56 - George A. Romero's Diary of the Dead Third Rail Releasing $41,200 $42,713 $+1,513 +3.7% 47 $750,000 $750,309 5
- 101 - Flash Point Third Rail Releasing $3,190 $3,271 $+81 +2.5% 10 $3,190 $3,271 1
17 17 - Definitely, Maybe Universal $714,000 $695,520 $-18,480 -2.6% 649 $30,708,000 $30,689,995 5
20 20 - Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins Universal $592,000 $579,165 $-12,835 -2.2% 515 $41,680,000 $41,666,605 6
2 2 - 10,000 B.C. Warner Bros. $16,415,000 $16,773,312 $+358,312 +2.2% 3,410 $61,219,000 $61,577,423 2
13 13 - Fool's Gold Warner Bros. $1,715,000 $1,688,262 $-26,738 -1.6% 1,505 $65,384,000 $65,356,918 6
19 18 -1 The Bucket List Warner Bros. $620,000 $618,202 $-1,798 -0.3% 595 $90,221,000 $90,218,795 12
22 21 -1 Funny Games Warner Independent $520,000 $544,833 $+24,833 +4.8% 286 $520,000 $544,833 1
- 62 - Snow Angels Warner Independent $26,000 $25,428 $-572 -2.2% 3 $45,500 $44,898 2
TOTALS:$117,185,390$117,465,788$+280,398+0.2%36,895 
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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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