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March 5-7, 2010
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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
- 22 - A Single Man Weinstein Company $455,000 $376,387 $-78,613 -17.3% 354 $8,593,000 $8,514,558 13
- 66 - Nine Weinstein Company $12,000 $9,552 $-2,448 -20.4% 46 $19,666,400 $19,664,001 12
- 69 - Youth in Revolt Weinstein / Dimension $8,000 $8,082 $+82 +1.0% 12 $15,219,000 $15,219,126 9
- 71 - The Road Weinstein / Dimension $7,000 $7,022 $+22 +0.3% 22 $8,104,500 $8,104,518 15
4 4 - Cop Out Warner Bros. $9,145,000 $9,289,311 $+144,311 +1.6% 3,150 $32,360,000 $32,504,610 2
8 8 - Valentine's Day Warner Bros. $4,270,000 $4,154,110 $-115,890 -2.7% 3,040 $106,420,000 $106,303,870 4
- 14 - The Blind Side Warner Bros. $1,270,000 $1,257,186 $-12,814 -1.0% 822 $250,480,000 $250,467,047 16
- 13 - The Ghost Writer Summit Entertainment $1,300,000 $1,287,646 $-12,354 -1.0% 147 $2,600,000 $2,600,505 3
- 30 - The Twilight Saga: New Moon Summit Entertainment $194,000 $188,045 $-5,955 -3.1% 261 $296,307,000 $296,301,843 16
- 15 - The Last Station Sony Classics $837,000 $717,675 $-119,325 -14.3% 354 $4,647,000 $4,527,796 8
- 23 - An Education Sony Classics $409,000 $365,603 $-43,397 -10.6% 223 $12,088,000 $12,042,219 22
- 28 - A Prophet (Un prophète) Sony Classics $265,000 $222,524 $-42,476 -16.0% 30 $517,000 $475,151 2
- 34 - The White Ribbon Sony Classics $156,000 $140,774 $-15,226 -9.8% 106 $1,726,000 $1,710,787 10
- 46 - The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Sony Classics $43,900 $37,848 $-6,052 -13.8% 71 $7,510,300 $7,504,196 11
- 53 - Broken Embraces Sony Classics $30,300 $28,177 $-2,123 -7.0% 40 $4,651,700 $4,649,582 16
10 10 - Dear John Sony / Screen Gems $2,850,000 $2,782,079 $-67,921 -2.4% 2,496 $76,694,000 $76,626,086 5
- 33 - The Lovely Bones Paramount (DreamWorks) $160,000 $170,986 $+10,986 +6.9% 263 $43,808,000 $43,818,839 13
3 3 - Shutter Island Paramount $13,300,000 $13,225,411 $-74,589 -0.6% 3,178 $95,825,000 $95,750,005 3
- 16 - Up in the Air Paramount $610,000 $607,465 $-2,535 -0.4% 403 $83,014,000 $83,011,223 14
2 2 - Brooklyn's Finest Overture Films $13,500,000 $13,350,299 $-149,701 -1.1% 1,936 $13,500,000 $13,350,299 1
6 6 - The Crazies Overture Films $7,016,000 $7,078,851 $+62,851 +0.9% 2,479 $27,409,000 $27,472,164 2
- 49 - The Messenger Oscilloscope Pictures $33,000 $32,118 $-882 -2.7% 32 $1,007,500 $1,006,655 17
- 74 - Terribly Happy Oscilloscope Pictures $6,500 $6,268 $-232 -3.6% 6 $90,500 $90,260 5
- 27 - From Paris with Love Lionsgate $230,000 $267,682 $+37,682 +16.4% 401 $23,940,000 $23,979,741 5
- 31 - Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire Lionsgate $200,000 $181,674 $-18,326 -9.2% 217 $47,410,000 $47,395,661 18
- 45 - The Secret of Kells GKIDS $40,000 $39,826 $-174 -0.4% 1 $40,000 $39,826 1
9 9 - Crazy Heart Fox Searchlight $3,350,000 $3,312,591 $-37,409 -1.1% 1,274 $29,569,000 $29,532,002 12
- 36 - My Name is Khan Fox Searchlight $127,000 $129,122 $+2,122 +1.7% 90 $3,831,000 $3,834,048 4
5 5 - Avatar Fox $7,700,000 $8,118,102 $+418,102 +5.4% 2,163 $720,189,000 $720,607,444 12
7 7 - Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief Fox $5,100,000 $5,124,623 $+24,623 +0.5% 2,994 $78,033,000 $78,057,749 4
11 11 - Tooth Fairy Fox $2,800,000 $1,684,408 $-1,115,592 -39.8% 1,734 $56,230,000 $56,240,055 7
1 1 - Alice in Wonderland (2010) Buena Vista $116,300,000 $116,101,023 $-198,977 -0.2% 3,728 $116,300,000 $116,101,023 1
- 35 - The Young Victoria Apparition $135,000 $134,896 $-104 -0.1% 134 $10,422,000 $10,422,449 12
- 63 - Preacher's Kid 8X Entertainment $9,400 $9,936 $+536 +5.7% 16 $483,100 $483,663 6
TOTALS:$191,869,100$190,447,302$-1,421,798-0.7%32,223 
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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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