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Weekend Box Office


September 5-7, 2008
Weekend


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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
22 22 - WALL-E Buena Vista $781,000 $774,300 $-6,700 -0.9% 886 $219,405,000 $219,398,090 11
- 27 - Transsiberian First Look $385,000 $335,249 $-49,751 -12.9% 154 $1,362,000 $1,312,068 8
- 97 - Sukiyaki Western Django First Look $5,100 $4,716 $-384 -7.5% 1 $20,200 $19,828 2
21 21 - Hamlet 2 Focus Features $819,000 $826,531 $+7,531 +0.9% 1,575 $4,357,000 $4,359,680 3
6 6 - Babylon A.D. Fox $4,000,000 $4,180,570 $+180,570 +4.5% 3,425 $17,198,000 $17,378,536 2
12 12 - Mirrors Fox $1,825,000 $1,789,531 $-35,469 -1.9% 1,559 $27,769,000 $27,733,739 4
23 23 - Bottle Shock Freestyle Releasing $579,000 $511,222 $-67,778 -11.7% 401 $3,324,000 $3,256,134 5
1 1 - Bangkok Dangerous Lionsgate $7,800,000 $7,783,266 $-16,734 -0.2% 2,650 $7,800,000 $7,783,266 1
8 8 - Disaster Movie Lionsgate $3,300,000 $3,031,307 $-268,693 -8.1% 2,642 $10,871,000 $10,602,140 2
18 19 +1 College MGM $960,000 $952,640 $-7,360 -0.8% 2,124 $4,115,000 $4,107,146 2
11 11 - Vicky Cristina Barcelona MGM (Weinstein) $2,202,000 $2,115,668 $-86,332 -3.9% 718 $16,113,000 $16,026,700 4
14 15 +1 The Longshots MGM (Weinstein) $1,507,000 $1,376,544 $-130,456 -8.7% 1,666 $10,024,000 $9,893,428 3
- 34 - Brideshead Revisited Miramax $186,000 $184,475 $-1,525 -0.8% 283 $6,225,000 $6,223,822 7
- 28 - Tell No One Music Box Films $315,000 $290,887 $-24,113 -7.7% 112 $4,785,000 $4,760,618 10
5 5 - Traitor Overture Films $4,660,000 $4,274,297 $-385,703 -8.3% 2,108 $17,652,000 $17,265,872 2
2 2 - Tropic Thunder Paramount (DreamWorks) $7,500,000 $7,230,710 $-269,290 -3.6% 3,446 $96,811,000 $96,541,629 4
- 33 - Everybody Wants to Be Italian Roadside Attractions $218,000 $197,861 $-20,139 -9.2% 98 $218,000 $197,861 1
- 48 - Beer for My Horses Roadside Attractions $50,800 $49,566 $-1,234 -2.4% 75 $505,000 $504,041 5
- 61 - I.O.U.S.A. Roadside Attractions $23,800 $23,269 $-531 -2.2% 18 $742,000 $706,056 3
24 24 - Elegy Samuel Goldwyn $482,000 $481,331 $-669 -0.1% 142 $2,341,000 $2,340,785 5
3 4 +1 The House Bunny Sony / Columbia $5,900,000 $5,512,870 $-387,130 -6.6% 2,736 $36,999,000 $36,611,667 3
10 10 - Pineapple Express Sony / Columbia $2,400,000 $2,255,875 $-144,125 -6.0% 1,802 $84,158,000 $84,013,748 5
20 20 - Step Brothers Sony / Columbia $930,000 $864,173 $-65,827 -7.1% 846 $99,481,000 $99,415,157 7
- 29 - Frozen River Sony Classics $315,000 $282,428 $-32,572 -10.3% 91 $1,186,000 $1,153,521 6
- 46 - I Served the King of England Sony Classics $72,100 $64,234 $-7,866 -10.9% 17 $157,000 $149,403 2
17 16 -1 Fly Me to the Moon Summit Entertainment $1,187,000 $1,338,605 $+151,605 +12.8% 713 $8,173,000 $8,324,987 4
7 7 - Death Race Universal $3,595,000 $3,710,915 $+115,915 +3.2% 2,586 $29,793,000 $29,909,125 3
9 9 - Mamma Mia! Universal $2,713,000 $2,855,945 $+142,945 +5.3% 1,904 $136,297,000 $136,440,050 8
15 14 -1 The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor Universal $1,380,000 $1,478,630 $+98,630 +7.1% 1,415 $100,472,000 $100,570,825 6
- 37 - Hellboy II: The Golden Army Universal $133,000 $144,305 $+11,305 +8.5% 217 $75,591,000 $75,602,005 9
- 40 - Wanted Universal $121,000 $116,985 $-4,015 -3.3% 180 $134,172,000 $134,168,655 11
4 3 -1 The Dark Knight Warner Bros. $5,715,000 $5,515,119 $-199,881 -3.5% 2,575 $512,198,000 $511,997,658 8
13 13 - Star Wars: The Clone Wars Warner Bros. $1,715,000 $1,692,345 $-22,655 -1.3% 1,952 $32,776,000 $32,752,889 4
19 18 -1 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 Warner Bros. $950,000 $975,346 $+25,346 +2.7% 1,135 $42,807,000 $42,832,311 5
16 17 +1 Journey to the Center of the Earth Warner Bros. (New Line) $1,310,000 $1,225,237 $-84,763 -6.5% 805 $96,764,000 $96,679,668 9
TOTALS:$66,034,800$64,446,952$-1,587,848-2.4%43,057 
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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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