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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
3 3 - Tangled Buena Vista $14,559,000 $14,331,687 $-227,313 -1.6% 3,565 $115,623,000 $115,395,560 3
11 11 - Faster CBS Films $1,735,000 $1,731,840 $-3,160 -0.2% 2,106 $21,340,000 $21,336,961 3
1 1 - The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Fox $24,500,000 $24,005,069 $-494,931 -2.0% 3,555 $24,500,000 $24,005,069 1
5 5 - Unstoppable Fox $3,750,000 $3,705,966 $-44,034 -1.2% 2,967 $74,272,000 $74,227,908 5
8 8 - Love and Other Drugs Fox $3,000,000 $2,981,509 $-18,491 -0.6% 2,240 $27,648,000 $27,629,936 3
6 6 - Black Swan Fox Searchlight $3,332,000 $3,305,368 $-26,632 -0.8% 90 $5,611,000 $5,584,542 2
13 13 - 127 Hours Fox Searchlight $985,000 $1,008,848 $+23,848 +2.4% 416 $8,227,000 $8,250,856 6
12 12 - The Next Three Days Lionsgate $1,100,000 $1,025,033 $-74,967 -6.8% 1,426 $20,376,000 $20,300,979 4
- 26 - For Colored Girls Lionsgate $150,000 $152,145 $+2,145 +1.4% 243 $37,531,000 $37,533,421 6
- 41 - The Tempest Miramax $45,000 $42,436 $-2,564 -5.7% 5 $45,000 $42,436 1
- 85 - My Dog Tulip New Yorker $3,900 $3,148 $-752 -19.3% 3 $141,000 $139,923 15
17 17 - Morning Glory Paramount $515,000 $503,249 $-11,751 -2.3% 1,004 $30,213,000 $30,200,831 5
19 19 - The Fighter Paramount $320,000 $300,010 $-19,990 -6.2% 4 $320,000 $300,010 1
- 38 - Paranormal Activity 2 Paramount $45,000 $45,310 $+310 +0.7% 125 $84,334,000 $84,334,059 8
- 39 - Jackass 3-D Paramount $44,000 $45,124 $+1,124 +2.6% 108 $116,831,000 $116,832,272 9
10 10 - Megamind Paramount (DreamWorks) $2,510,000 $2,526,824 $+16,824 +0.7% 2,425 $140,202,000 $140,218,962 6
- 50 - Waiting for "Superman" Paramount Vantage $17,000 $20,648 $+3,648 +21.5% 55 $6,369,000 $6,371,880 12
14 14 - The Warrior's Way Relativity $941,000 $975,541 $+34,541 +3.7% 1,622 $4,918,000 $4,952,347 2
- 25 - I Love You, Phillip Morris Roadside Attractions $158,000 $153,263 $-4,737 -3.0% 35 $309,000 $304,386 2
2 2 - The Tourist Sony / Columbia $17,000,000 $16,472,458 $-527,542 -3.1% 2,756 $17,000,000 $16,472,458 1
20 20 - The Social Network Sony / Columbia $280,000 $285,193 $+5,193 +1.9% 227 $91,391,000 $91,396,420 11
7 7 - Burlesque Sony / Screen Gems $3,200,000 $3,166,613 $-33,387 -1.0% 2,876 $32,574,000 $32,540,780 3
- 30 - Inside Job Sony Classics $135,000 $124,926 $-10,074 -7.5% 116 $3,148,000 $3,137,243 10
- 49 - Made in Dagenham Sony Classics $24,200 $21,256 $-2,944 -12.2% 15 $221,000 $217,826 4
16 16 - Fair Game (2010) Summit Entertainment $565,000 $555,618 $-9,382 -1.7% 436 $8,217,000 $8,207,297 6
18 18 - Red Summit Entertainment $447,000 $431,047 $-15,953 -3.6% 564 $87,913,000 $87,896,725 9
- 22 - Despicable Me Universal $205,000 $191,320 $-13,680 -6.7% 255 $250,266,000 $250,252,285 23
- 27 - Skyline Universal $150,000 $150,960 $+960 +0.6% 277 $21,252,000 $21,253,180 5
- 46 - Today's Special Vitagraph $25,700 $26,117 $+417 +1.6% 27 $317,000 $317,831 4
4 4 - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 Warner Bros. $8,500,000 $8,484,316 $-15,684 -0.2% 3,577 $257,688,000 $257,672,721 4
9 9 - Due Date Warner Bros. $2,545,000 $2,581,147 $+36,147 +1.4% 1,990 $94,884,000 $94,919,650 6
15 15 - The King's Speech Weinstein Company $592,000 $591,818 $-182 -0.0% 19 $1,524,000 $1,524,123 3
TOTALS:$91,378,800$89,945,807$-1,432,993-1.6%35,129 
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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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