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July 15-17, 2011
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RowEst. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
1 - 46 - The Lincoln Lawyer LGF $36,000 $42,288 $+6,288 +17.5% 72 $57,976,000 $57,981,889 18
2 - 54 - Turtle: The Incredible Journey Hann. $12,800 $14,861 $+2,061 +16.1% 8 $215,000 $216,955 4
3 14 13 -1 Green Lantern WB $1,250,000 $1,359,133 $+109,133 +8.7% 973 $112,680,000 $112,789,166 5
4 - 21 - Beginners Focus $416,000 $432,814 $+16,814 +4.0% 170 $3,910,000 $3,932,687 7
5 8 8 - Larry Crowne Uni. $2,573,000 $2,664,550 $+91,550 +3.6% 2,287 $31,628,000 $31,719,560 3
6 - 41 - Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family LGF $54,000 $55,841 $+1,841 +3.4% 87 $53,310,000 $53,311,948 13
7 - 64 - Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil Wein. $8,000 $8,261 $+261 +3.3% 19 $10,134,000 $10,134,754 12
8 - 19 - Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides BV $480,000 $493,155 $+13,155 +2.7% 373 $237,341,000 $237,353,634 9
9 - 20 - Kung Fu Panda 2 P/DW $450,000 $460,755 $+10,755 +2.4% 354 $160,063,000 $160,074,529 8
10 9 9 - Super 8 Par. $1,925,000 $1,970,377 $+45,377 +2.4% 1,459 $122,242,000 $122,287,359 6
11 11 11 - Bridesmaids Uni. $1,683,000 $1,722,205 $+39,205 +2.3% 872 $161,290,000 $161,329,580 10
12 - 24 - Rio Fox $317,000 $323,269 $+6,269 +2.0% 241 $141,926,000 $141,932,576 14
13 15 16 +1 X-Men: First Class Fox $625,000 $635,586 $+10,586 +1.7% 470 $143,445,000 $143,455,857 7
14 - 23 - A Better Life Sum. $333,000 $338,296 $+5,296 +1.6% 216 $1,034,000 $1,039,036 4
15 13 14 +1 Monte Carlo Fox $1,300,000 $1,318,448 $+18,448 +1.4% 1,169 $20,092,000 $20,110,471 3
16 12 12 - Mr. Popper's Penguins Fox $1,350,000 $1,368,355 $+18,355 +1.4% 1,002 $61,455,000 $61,473,016 5
17 3 3 - Horrible Bosses WB (NL) $17,630,000 $17,777,464 $+147,464 +0.8% 3,134 $60,002,000 $60,149,603 2
18 5 5 - Cars 2 BV $8,344,000 $8,407,529 $+63,529 +0.8% 3,249 $165,326,000 $165,389,754 4
19 1 1 - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 WB $168,550,000 $169,189,427 $+639,427 +0.4% 4,375 $168,550,000 $169,189,427 1
20 2 2 - Transformers: Dark of the Moon P/DW $21,250,000 $21,328,545 $+78,545 +0.4% 3,917 $302,800,000 $302,878,797 3
21 - 22 - Thor Par. $385,000 $386,155 $+1,155 +0.3% 272 $179,500,000 $179,501,162 11
22 16 17 +1 The Tree of Life FoxS $625,000 $626,723 $+1,723 +0.3% 235 $10,089,000 $10,090,489 8
23 4 4 - Zookeeper Sony $12,300,000 $12,330,512 $+30,512 +0.2% 3,482 $42,352,000 $42,382,978 2
24 10 10 - Midnight in Paris SPC $1,891,000 $1,876,588 $-14,412 -0.8% 706 $41,793,000 $41,778,698 9
25 7 7 - Bad Teacher Sony $5,200,000 $5,152,447 $-47,553 -0.9% 2,659 $88,505,000 $88,457,639 4
26 - 62 - Submarine Wein. $9,000 $8,874 $-126 -1.4% 14 $399,000 $398,988 7
27 - 30 - Snow Flower and the Secret Fan FoxS $136,000 $134,005 $-1,995 -1.5% 24 $136,000 $134,005 1
28 - 26 - Fast Five Uni. $218,000 $214,145 $-3,855 -1.8% 212 $209,147,000 $209,142,635 12
29 6 6 - Winnie the Pooh BV $8,000,000 $7,857,076 $-142,924 -1.8% 2,405 $8,000,000 $7,857,076 1
30 - 29 - Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest SPC $142,000 $137,747 $-4,253 -3.0% 22 $299,000 $294,270 2
31 - 25 - Buck IFC $313,000 $301,980 $-11,020 -3.5% 136 $2,234,000 $2,223,013 5
32 - 55 - Life, Above All SPC $14,300 $13,788 $-512 -3.6% 5 $14,300 $13,788 1
33 - 35 - Tabloid IFC $101,000 $91,201 $-9,799 -9.7% 14 $101,000 $91,201 1
34 - 34 - The Trip (2011) IFC $111,000 $94,357 $-16,643 -15.0% 41 $1,107,000 $1,090,768 6
35 - 44 - Cave of Forgotten Dreams IFC $72,800 $50,284 $-22,516 -30.9% 48 $4,932,000 $4,909,753 12
TOTALS:$258,104,900$259,187,041$+1,082,141+0.4%34,722 
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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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