Adjuster:

Weekend Box Office


July 23-25, 2010
Weekend

'Inception' Maintains Grip, 'Salt' Savors Second Place...

click here to
Read the Full Report > > >



<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By WeekendNext Year> Next Weekend>>
RowEst. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
1 5 5 - Toy Story 3 BV $9,030,000 $8,917,512 $-112,488 -1.2% 2,766 $379,529,000 $379,416,551 6
2 - 16 - Iron Man 2 Par. $419,000 $438,975 $+19,975 +4.8% 330 $310,821,000 $310,840,824 12
3 8 8 - The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Sum. $7,033,000 $7,186,170 $+153,170 +2.2% 3,121 $279,674,000 $279,827,262 4
4 - 23 - Shrek Forever After P/DW $193,000 $225,825 $+32,825 +17.0% 202 $234,813,000 $234,845,975 10
5 13 13 - The Karate Kid Sony $1,100,000 $1,100,315 $+315 +0.0% 780 $171,713,000 $171,713,173 7
6 3 3 - Despicable Me Uni. $24,100,000 $23,689,060 $-410,940 -1.7% 3,600 $161,700,000 $161,289,905 3
7 1 1 - Inception WB $43,505,000 $42,725,012 $-779,988 -1.8% 3,792 $143,663,000 $142,883,424 2
8 7 7 - Grown Ups Sony $7,600,000 $7,428,742 $-171,258 -2.3% 2,859 $142,412,000 $142,240,828 5
9 9 9 - The Last Airbender Par. $4,173,000 $4,217,021 $+44,021 +1.1% 2,127 $123,264,000 $123,308,790 4
10 12 12 - Knight & Day Fox $1,700,000 $1,694,003 $-5,997 -0.4% 1,265 $72,681,000 $72,675,724 5
11 - 25 - Letters to Juliet Sum. $173,000 $183,782 $+10,782 +6.2% 234 $52,493,000 $52,503,754 11
12 10 10 - Predators Fox $2,850,000 $3,120,656 $+270,656 +9.5% 1,846 $46,568,000 $46,839,081 3
13 - 24 - Killers LGF $200,000 $197,907 $-2,093 -1.0% 233 $46,360,000 $46,362,858 8
14 4 4 - The Sorcerer's Apprentice BV $9,685,000 $9,651,495 $-33,505 -0.3% 3,504 $42,643,000 $42,609,020 2
15 2 2 - Salt Sony $36,500,000 $36,011,243 $-488,757 -1.3% 3,612 $36,500,000 $36,011,243 1
16 6 6 - Ramona and Beezus Fox $8,000,000 $7,810,481 $-189,519 -2.4% 2,719 $8,000,000 $7,810,481 1
17 - 45 - City Island Anch. $30,000 $28,285 $-1,715 -5.7% 40 $6,624,800 $6,623,204 19
18 - 14 - Cyrus FoxS $700,000 $709,464 $+9,464 +1.4% 454 $6,319,000 $6,329,401 6
19 - 37 - The Secret in Their Eyes SPC $47,100 $63,200 $+16,100 +34.2% 59 $6,113,200 $6,129,370 15
20 11 11 - The Kids Are All Right Focus $2,648,000 $2,594,758 $-53,242 -2.0% 201 $4,963,000 $4,909,949 3
21 - 32 - Solitary Man Anch. $99,000 $98,914 $-86 -0.1% 105 $4,032,700 $4,032,781 10
22 - 44 - Please Give SPC $25,100 $28,823 $+3,723 +14.8% 40 $3,847,000 $3,850,788 13
23 - 18 - Winter's Bone RAtt. $337,000 $322,661 $-14,339 -4.3% 129 $3,571,000 $3,556,647 7
24 - 46 - Exit Through the Gift Shop PDA $25,000 $26,196 $+1,196 +4.8% 14 $3,017,600 $3,018,777 15
25 - 15 - The Girl Who Played with Fire MBox $521,164 $563,790 $+42,626 +8.2% 165 $2,902,200 $2,944,891 3
26 - 58 - Mother and Child SPC $13,200 $13,897 $+697 +5.3% 24 $1,058,300 $1,058,978 12
27 - 50 - Micmacs SPC $18,700 $19,963 $+1,263 +6.8% 34 $1,057,900 $1,059,173 9
28 - 31 - Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky SPC $106,600 $102,633 $-3,967 -3.7% 66 $999,500 $995,447 7
29 - 35 - Restrepo NGE $71,300 $73,124 $+1,824 +2.6% 28 $535,100 $536,890 5
30 - 51 - Standing Ovation RM $16,900 $18,056 $+1,156 +6.8% 74 $530,900 $531,806 2
31 - 39 - Agora NM $53,500 $53,175 $-325 -0.6% 13 $274,900 $274,641 9
32 - 56 - Wild Grass SPC $14,200 $14,760 $+560 +3.9% 15 $268,500 $269,050 5
33 - 71 - Love Ranch E1 $6,100 $6,065 $-35 -0.6% 6 $135,000 $134,904 4
34 - 61 - Kisses Osci. $9,200 $10,156 $+956 +10.4% 5 $31,800 $32,709 2
35 - 60 - Orlando (re-issue) SPC $11,400 $10,885 $-515 -4.5% 2 $11,400 $10,885 1
TOTALS:$161,014,464$159,357,004$-1,657,460-1.0%34,464 
<<Last Weekend <Last YearView Index: By Year | By WeekendNext Year> Next Weekend>>

* 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.



'Inception' Maintains Grip, 'Salt' Savors Second Place...

click here to
Read the Full Report > > >

back to
Weekend Index Page