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Weekend Box Office


June 13-15, 2008
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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
9 9 - The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian Buena Vista $3,004,000 $3,165,013 $+161,013 +5.4% 2,308 $131,744,000 $131,904,474 5
- 89 - The Year My Parents Went on Vacation City Lights Pictures Releasing $4,300 $4,094 $-206 -4.8% 4 $774,000 $773,635 18
- 31 - War, Inc. First Look $85,000 $81,172 $-3,828 -4.5% 32 $236,000 $232,629 4
3 3 - The Happening Fox $30,500,000 $30,517,109 $+17,109 +0.1% 2,986 $30,500,000 $30,517,109 1
10 10 - What Happens in Vegas Fox $1,700,000 $1,667,587 $-32,413 -1.9% 1,422 $75,788,000 $75,755,145 6
- 15 - Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! Fox $185,000 $188,736 $+3,736 +2.0% 294 $153,352,000 $153,355,932 14
- 19 - Nim's Island Fox $173,000 $165,442 $-7,558 -4.4% 277 $46,702,000 $46,694,283 11
- 26 - Young@Heart Fox Searchlight $116,000 $111,130 $-4,870 -4.2% 122 $3,317,000 $3,311,661 10
- 35 - The Forbidden Kingdom Lionsgate $72,000 $67,988 $-4,012 -5.6% 105 $52,044,000 $52,040,293 9
- 50 - Superhero Movie MGM (Weinstein) $26,000 $26,063 $+63 +0.2% 59 $25,778,000 $25,777,962 12
- 43 - Reprise Miramax $35,200 $34,552 $-648 -1.8% 15 $385,000 $384,722 5
11 12 +1 The Visitor Overture Films $450,000 $420,928 $-29,072 -6.5% 254 $6,650,000 $6,621,330 10
5 5 - Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Paramount $13,547,000 $14,741,834 $+1,194,834 +8.8% 3,804 $275,329,000 $276,524,265 4
7 7 - Iron Man Paramount $5,130,000 $5,620,375 $+490,375 +9.6% 2,403 $297,428,000 $297,918,329 7
2 2 - Kung Fu Panda Paramount (DreamWorks) $34,321,000 $33,612,594 $-708,406 -2.1% 4,136 $117,998,000 $117,289,932 2
- 52 - The Foot Fist Way Paramount Vantage $21,700 $24,507 $+2,807 +12.9% 25 $145,000 $148,132 3
- 25 - Mongol Picturehouse $107,000 $112,212 $+5,212 +4.9% 5 $307,000 $312,051 2
8 8 - The Strangers Rogue Pictures $4,097,000 $4,024,485 $-72,515 -1.8% 2,410 $45,360,000 $45,287,220 3
- 30 - Roman de Gare Samuel Goldwyn $86,800 $85,920 $-880 -1.0% 38 $1,115,000 $1,114,106 8
- 38 - Priceless Samuel Goldwyn $49,000 $45,546 $-3,454 -7.0% 35 $1,785,000 $1,781,512 12
- 57 - Fugitive Pieces Samuel Goldwyn $18,200 $18,193 $-7 -0.0% 19 $502,000 $502,478 7
4 4 - You Don't Mess with the Zohan Sony / Columbia $16,400,000 $16,370,344 $-29,656 -0.2% 3,466 $68,790,000 $68,760,685 2
- 29 - The Children of Huang Shi Sony Classics $98,500 $91,255 $-7,245 -7.4% 43 $328,000 $320,707 4
- 32 - When Did You Last See Your Father Sony Classics $89,400 $81,100 $-8,300 -9.3% 21 $150,000 $141,591 2
- 71 - Baghead Sony Classics $8,900 $8,640 $-260 -2.9% 2 $8,900 $8,640 1
- 21 - Then She Found Me ThinkFilm $155,000 $140,762 $-14,238 -9.2% 119 $3,035,000 $3,020,648 8
- 58 - Encounters at the End of the World ThinkFilm $17,500 $17,730 $+230 +1.3% 1 $25,700 $25,913 1
- 22 - The Promotion Third Rail Releasing $137,000 $128,244 $-8,756 -6.4% 81 $181,000 $171,307 2
1 1 - The Incredible Hulk Universal $54,538,000 $55,414,050 $+876,050 +1.6% 3,505 $54,538,000 $55,414,050 1
12 11 -1 Baby Mama Universal $408,000 $441,685 $+33,685 +8.3% 453 $58,763,000 $58,797,040 8
13 14 +1 Forgetting Sarah Marshall Universal $311,000 $287,625 $-23,375 -7.5% 306 $62,129,000 $62,106,520 9
6 6 - Sex and the City Warner Bros. (New Line) $10,185,000 $9,788,353 $-396,647 -3.9% 3,155 $119,919,000 $119,522,016 3
- 56 - Under the Same Moon Weinstein Company $24,000 $18,601 $-5,399 -22.5% 47 $12,552,000 $12,546,352 13
- 66 - My Blueberry Nights Weinstein Company $10,500 $10,222 $-278 -2.6% 15 $821,000 $820,751 11
TOTALS:$176,111,000$177,534,091$+1,423,091+0.8%31,967 
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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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