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July 10-12, 2009
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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
6 6 - The Hangover Warner Bros. $9,930,000 $9,933,238 $+3,238 +0.0% 3,002 $222,442,000 $222,444,906 6
9 9 - My Sister's Keeper Warner Bros. $4,180,000 $4,294,382 $+114,382 +2.7% 2,444 $35,801,000 $35,915,782 3
1 1 - Bruno Universal $30,426,000 $30,619,130 $+193,130 +0.6% 2,756 $30,426,000 $30,619,130 1
4 4 - Public Enemies Universal $14,111,000 $13,794,240 $-316,760 -2.2% 3,336 $66,538,000 $66,221,110 2
18 18 - Land of the Lost Universal $365,000 $352,125 $-12,875 -3.5% 313 $48,197,000 $48,184,350 6
22 27 +5 Drag Me to Hell Universal $198,000 $220,515 $+22,515 +11.4% 241 $41,426,000 $41,449,165 7
17 17 - The Hurt Locker Summit Entertainment $623,000 $641,168 $+18,168 +2.9% 60 $1,084,000 $1,101,834 3
- 43 - The Brothers Bloom Summit Entertainment $47,000 $45,268 $-1,732 -3.7% 90 $3,368,000 $3,366,558 9
15 15 - Whatever Works Sony Classics $740,000 $678,055 $-61,945 -8.4% 320 $3,161,000 $3,099,917 4
16 16 - Moon Sony Classics $721,000 $674,900 $-46,100 -6.4% 247 $1,832,000 $1,785,478 5
- 38 - Easy Virtue Sony Classics $67,300 $58,630 $-8,670 -12.9% 48 $2,402,000 $2,393,438 8
- 46 - Every Little Step Sony Classics $29,800 $26,973 $-2,827 -9.5% 33 $1,531,000 $1,528,106 13
- 48 - Soul Power Sony Classics $25,100 $23,893 $-1,207 -4.8% 6 $25,100 $23,893 1
10 10 - The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 Sony / Columbia $1,600,000 $1,543,516 $-56,484 -3.5% 1,116 $61,494,000 $61,437,955 5
13 13 - Year One Sony / Columbia $1,000,000 $1,000,581 $+581 +0.1% 990 $41,192,000 $41,192,481 4
- 32 - Blood: The Last Vampire Samuel Goldwyn $103,000 $110,029 $+7,029 +6.8% 20 $103,000 $110,029 1
- 41 - The Stoning of Soraya M. Roadside Attractions $52,500 $52,166 $-334 -0.6% 25 $339,000 $338,692 3
3 3 - Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Paramount (DreamWorks) $24,200,000 $24,213,875 $+13,875 +0.1% 4,293 $339,208,000 $339,221,800 3
20 25 +5 Monsters Vs. Aliens Paramount (DreamWorks) $250,000 $250,308 $+308 +0.1% 261 $197,116,000 $197,116,821 16
12 12 - Star Trek Paramount $1,130,000 $1,164,416 $+34,416 +3.0% 763 $251,936,000 $251,970,795 10
23 29 +6 Imagine That Paramount $181,000 $171,809 $-9,191 -5.1% 209 $15,129,000 $15,120,353 5
- 30 - Dance Flick Paramount $135,000 $140,310 $+5,310 +3.9% 165 $25,450,000 $25,454,737 8
- 56 - Unmistaken Child Oscilloscope Pictures $12,300 $12,634 $+334 +2.7% 5 $109,000 $109,160 6
19 19 - Cheri Miramax $361,000 $344,027 $-16,973 -4.7% 173 $1,586,000 $1,568,767 3
21 24 +3 Food, Inc. Magnolia $250,000 $251,114 $+1,114 +0.4% 81 $1,707,000 $1,708,941 5
- 45 - Humpday Magnolia $29,000 $28,737 $-263 -0.9% 2 $29,000 $28,737 1
2 2 - Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Fox $28,500,000 $27,607,497 $-892,503 -3.1% 4,102 $120,573,000 $119,680,193 2
7 7 - I Love You Beth Cooper Fox $5,000,000 $4,919,433 $-80,567 -1.6% 1,858 $5,000,000 $4,919,433 1
11 11 - Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Fox $1,525,000 $1,452,662 $-72,338 -4.7% 854 $170,558,000 $170,485,184 8
14 14 - Away We Go Focus Features $749,000 $728,773 $-20,227 -2.7% 406 $7,440,000 $7,420,575 6
5 5 - The Proposal Buena Vista $10,507,000 $10,603,884 $+96,884 +0.9% 3,158 $113,764,000 $113,861,076 4
8 8 - Up Buena Vista $4,656,000 $4,715,746 $+59,746 +1.3% 2,201 $273,775,000 $273,834,761 7
- 51 - Tetro American Zoetrope $20,300 $21,502 $+1,202 +5.9% 10 $272,000 $273,192 5
TOTALS:$141,724,300$140,695,536$-1,028,764-0.7%33,588 
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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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