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December 3-5, 2010
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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
1 1 - Tangled Buena Vista $21,500,000 $21,608,891 $+108,891 +0.5% 3,603 $96,461,000 $96,570,812 2
20 20 - Secretariat Buena Vista $247,000 $256,739 $+9,739 +3.9% 402 $57,937,000 $57,946,337 9
8 8 - Faster CBS Films $3,829,000 $3,934,600 $+105,600 +2.8% 2,470 $18,112,000 $18,217,730 2
4 4 - Unstoppable Fox $6,100,000 $5,970,194 $-129,806 -2.1% 3,152 $68,893,000 $68,762,864 4
5 5 - Love and Other Drugs Fox $5,700,000 $5,652,810 $-47,190 -0.8% 2,458 $22,622,000 $22,574,887 2
12 12 - 127 Hours Fox Searchlight $1,600,000 $1,619,138 $+19,138 +1.2% 433 $6,593,000 $6,611,762 5
13 13 - Black Swan Fox Searchlight $1,394,000 $1,443,809 $+49,809 +3.6% 18 $1,394,000 $1,443,809 1
10 10 - The Next Three Days Lionsgate $2,650,000 $2,570,908 $-79,092 -3.0% 2,236 $18,381,000 $18,301,917 3
16 16 - For Colored Girls Lionsgate $440,000 $444,403 $+4,403 +1.0% 485 $37,248,000 $37,252,023 5
- 43 - All Good Things Magnolia $40,000 $37,172 $-2,828 -7.1% 2 $40,000 $37,172 1
- 55 - Night Catches Us Magnolia $13,600 $13,562 $-38 -0.3% 4 $13,600 $13,562 1
- 66 - Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale Oscilloscope Pictures $9,500 $9,281 $-219 -2.3% 1 $9,500 $9,281 1
11 11 - Morning Glory Paramount $1,780,000 $1,681,759 $-98,241 -5.5% 2,263 $29,110,000 $29,011,482 4
- 29 - Jackass 3-D Paramount $110,000 $110,580 $+580 +0.5% 180 $116,733,000 $116,733,028 8
- 31 - Paranormal Activity 2 Paramount $100,000 $101,029 $+1,029 +1.0% 200 $84,256,000 $84,257,488 7
6 6 - Megamind Paramount (DreamWorks) $5,030,000 $4,936,851 $-93,149 -1.9% 3,173 $136,704,000 $136,611,161 5
- 41 - Waiting for "Superman" Paramount Vantage $36,000 $40,497 $+4,497 +12.5% 85 $6,317,000 $6,321,432 11
9 9 - The Warrior's Way Relativity $3,051,000 $3,048,665 $-2,335 -0.1% 1,622 $3,051,000 $3,048,665 1
- 27 - I Love You, Phillip Morris Roadside Attractions $113,000 $112,520 $-480 -0.4% 6 $113,000 $112,712 1
18 18 - The Social Network Sony / Columbia $400,000 $404,456 $+4,456 +1.1% 260 $90,966,000 $90,970,123 10
3 3 - Burlesque Sony / Screen Gems $6,100,000 $6,130,061 $+30,061 +0.5% 3,037 $26,957,000 $26,986,656 2
22 25 +3 Inside Job Sony Classics $213,000 $195,394 $-17,606 -8.3% 127 $2,945,000 $2,927,899 9
- 42 - Made in Dagenham Sony Classics $40,900 $37,275 $-3,625 -8.9% 11 $185,000 $181,232 3
14 14 - Fair Game (2010) Summit Entertainment $1,048,000 $970,358 $-77,642 -7.4% 436 $7,384,000 $7,306,442 5
15 15 - Red Summit Entertainment $742,000 $750,940 $+8,940 +1.2% 779 $87,162,000 $87,170,912 8
17 17 - Skyline Universal $431,000 $436,855 $+5,855 +1.4% 578 $20,950,000 $20,955,395 4
21 22 +1 Despicable Me Universal $217,000 $216,975 $-25 -0.0% 280 $250,004,000 $250,004,040 22
- 39 - Today's Special Vitagraph $52,000 $50,293 $-1,707 -3.3% 26 $278,000 $276,113 3
2 2 - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 Warner Bros. $16,735,000 $17,018,475 $+283,475 +1.7% 4,125 $244,236,000 $244,519,116 3
7 7 - Due Date Warner Bros. $4,215,000 $4,133,286 $-81,714 -1.9% 2,450 $90,964,000 $90,882,138 5
19 19 - The King's Speech Weinstein Company $326,000 $324,515 $-1,485 -0.5% 6 $809,000 $807,973 2
- 53 - Nowhere Boy Weinstein Company $14,700 $15,704 $+1,004 +6.8% 23 $1,445,000 $1,445,366 9
- 75 - The Tillman Story Weinstein Company $5,100 $5,675 $+575 +11.3% 14 $799,000 $799,995 16
TOTALS:$84,282,800$84,283,670$+870+0.0%34,945 
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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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