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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
- 63 - I Spit on Your Grave Anchor Bay Films $17,900 $17,211 $-689 -3.8% 11 $66,700 $66,019 2
4 4 - Secretariat Buena Vista $9,503,000 $9,318,886 $-184,114 -1.9% 3,072 $27,517,000 $27,332,941 2
13 12 -1 You Again Buena Vista $1,227,000 $1,215,987 $-11,013 -0.9% 1,588 $22,993,000 $22,982,000 4
19 19 - Toy Story 3 Buena Vista $544,000 $534,680 $-9,320 -1.7% 350 $412,853,000 $412,844,168 18
12 11 -1 It's Kind of a Funny Story Focus Features $1,265,000 $1,223,455 $-41,545 -3.3% 757 $4,043,000 $4,005,161 2
- 43 - The American Focus Features $71,900 $71,959 $+59 +0.1% 144 $35,495,000 $35,491,872 7
- 67 - The Kids Are All Right Focus Features $13,900 $15,608 $+1,708 +12.3% 28 $20,808,000 $20,803,237 15
10 10 - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Fox $2,350,000 $2,363,166 $+13,166 +0.6% 2,045 $47,882,000 $47,894,896 4
20 24 +4 Never Let Me Go Fox Searchlight $325,000 $327,083 $+2,083 +0.6% 232 $1,658,000 $1,660,353 5
26 39 +13 Conviction Fox Searchlight $110,000 $102,351 $-7,649 -7.0% 11 $110,000 $102,351 1
11 14 +3 N'Secure Freestyle Releasing $1,385,000 $1,166,406 $-218,594 -15.8% 486 $1,385,000 $1,166,406 1
21 26 +5 I Want Your Money Freestyle Releasing $279,000 $249,428 $-29,572 -10.6% 537 $279,000 $249,428 1
- 58 - Carlos IFC $18,200 $20,006 $+1,806 +9.9% 2 $18,200 $20,006 1
17 17 - Alpha and Omega Lionsgate $760,000 $823,085 $+63,085 +8.3% 969 $22,505,000 $22,567,621 5
24 30 +6 The Expendables Lionsgate $174,000 $190,376 $+16,376 +9.4% 306 $102,965,000 $102,981,571 10
25 36 +11 Buried Lionsgate $130,000 $130,250 $+250 +0.2% 103 $765,000 $765,001 4
- 75 - The Wildest Dream National Geographic Entertainment $11,800 $10,522 $-1,278 -10.8% 8 $565,000 $563,818 11
- 101 - Restrepo National Geographic Entertainment $2,500 $3,225 $+725 +29.0% 5 $1,312,000 $1,312,440 17
- 85 - My Dog Tulip New Yorker $8,270 $7,083 $-1,187 -14.4% 5 $79,500 $78,304 7
16 16 - Let Me In Overture Films $849,000 $830,676 $-18,324 -2.2% 1,211 $11,065,000 $11,046,691 3
23 27 +4 Stone Overture Films $229,000 $229,959 $+959 +0.4% 41 $342,000 $343,100 2
27 55 +28 Jack Goes Boating Overture Films $27,000 $26,427 $-573 -2.1% 49 $429,000 $428,134 5
1 1 - Jackass 3-D Paramount $50,000,000 $50,353,641 $+353,641 +0.7% 3,081 $50,000,000 $50,353,641 1
14 13 -1 Case 39 Paramount Vantage $1,219,000 $1,206,817 $-12,183 -1.0% 1,406 $11,937,000 $11,924,115 3
18 18 - Waiting for "Superman" Paramount Vantage $753,000 $742,725 $-10,275 -1.4% 182 $2,534,000 $2,523,075 4
- 29 - Catfish Rogue Pictures $205,000 $210,540 $+5,540 +2.7% 116 $2,624,000 $2,629,356 5
3 3 - The Social Network Sony / Columbia $11,000,000 $10,317,395 $-682,605 -6.2% 2,868 $63,119,000 $62,436,364 3
9 9 - Easy A Sony / Screen Gems $2,650,000 $2,633,456 $-16,544 -0.6% 2,314 $52,334,000 $52,317,481 5
21 21 - Resident Evil: Afterlife Sony / Screen Gems $350,000 $347,264 $-2,736 -0.8% 438 $59,735,000 $59,731,794 6
- 25 - You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger Sony Classics $301,000 $275,967 $-25,033 -8.3% 118 $1,291,000 $1,266,343 4
- 41 - Inside Job Sony Classics $90,300 $85,595 $-4,705 -5.2% 10 $153,000 $148,431 2
- 59 - Tamara Drewe Sony Classics $20,500 $19,634 $-866 -4.2% 10 $50,700 $49,800 2
2 2 - Red Summit Entertainment $22,500,000 $21,761,408 $-738,592 -3.3% 3,255 $22,500,000 $21,761,408 1
28 53 +25 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Summit Entertainment $27,000 $28,360 $+1,360 +5.0% 49 $300,522,000 $300,523,113 16
8 8 - My Soul to Take Universal $3,161,000 $3,170,310 $+9,310 +0.3% 2,529 $11,907,000 $11,915,595 2
15 15 - Devil Universal $993,000 $976,005 $-16,995 -1.7% 891 $31,595,000 $31,577,470 5
23 22 -1 Despicable Me Universal $325,000 $345,280 $+20,280 +6.2% 332 $247,031,000 $247,050,995 15
- 38 - Nanny McPhee Returns Universal $104,000 $102,420 $-1,580 -1.5% 205 $28,894,000 $28,893,185 9
5 5 - Life as We Know It Warner Bros. $9,200,000 $8,955,409 $-244,591 -2.7% 3,150 $28,865,000 $28,620,147 2
6 6 - Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole Warner Bros. $4,235,000 $4,228,236 $-6,764 -0.2% 2,502 $46,002,000 $45,994,776 4
7 7 - The Town Warner Bros. $4,040,000 $3,977,006 $-62,994 -1.6% 2,368 $80,574,000 $80,510,629 5
22 28 +6 Hereafter Warner Bros. $231,000 $220,322 $-10,678 -4.6% 6 $231,000 $220,322 1
- 70 - Piranha 3D Weinstein / Dimension $12,000 $12,076 $+76 +0.6% 28 $24,973,000 $24,973,478 9
20 23 +3 Nowhere Boy Weinstein Company $353,000 $340,851 $-12,149 -3.4% 215 $424,000 $412,214 2
- 69 - The Tillman Story Weinstein Company $13,000 $12,386 $-614 -4.7% 17 $691,000 $690,682 9
- 89 - The Concert Weinstein Company $6,000 $5,674 $-326 -5.4% 9 $641,000 $641,424 12
TOTALS:$131,090,270$129,206,606$-1,883,664-1.4%38,059 
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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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