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RowEst. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
1 - 1 - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Sum. $16,900,000 $16,535,465 $-364,535 -2.2% 4,046 $247,300,000 $246,926,409 3
2 - 27 - The Help BV $165,000 $175,552 $+10,552 +6.4% 262 $169,000,000 $169,036,252 17
3 - 10 - Puss in Boots P/DW $3,050,000 $3,042,241 $-7,759 -0.3% 2,750 $139,522,000 $139,514,442 6
4 - 33 - Paranormal Activity 3 Par. $135,000 $130,883 $-4,117 -3.0% 255 $103,447,000 $103,442,444 7
5 - 25 - Real Steel BV $175,000 $183,228 $+8,228 +4.7% 253 $82,500,000 $83,425,009 9
6 - 8 - Immortals Rela. $4,394,000 $4,464,889 $+70,889 +1.6% 2,627 $75,588,000 $75,659,174 4
7 - 14 - Moneyball Sony $585,000 $570,147 $-14,853 -2.5% 1,004 $73,802,000 $73,787,485 11
8 - 9 - Tower Heist Uni. $4,100,000 $3,953,925 $-146,075 -3.6% 2,404 $70,800,000 $70,598,755 5
9 - 6 - Jack and Jill Sony $5,500,000 $5,356,973 $-143,027 -2.6% 3,049 $64,308,000 $64,165,454 4
10 - 2 - The Muppets BV $11,200,000 $11,082,755 $-117,245 -1.0% 3,440 $56,137,000 $56,357,170 2
11 - 21 - Midnight in Paris SPC $275,000 $241,434 $-33,566 -12.2% 305 $55,978,000 $55,944,592 29
12 - 5 - Happy Feet Two WB $6,000,000 $5,919,390 $-80,610 -1.3% 3,536 $51,785,000 $51,704,566 3
13 - 30 - Footloose (2011) Par. $145,000 $142,667 $-2,333 -1.6% 309 $51,034,000 $51,031,234 8
14 - 16 - The Ides of March Sony $750,000 $515,897 $-234,103 -31.2% 1,016 $40,178,000 $40,123,590 9
15 - 15 - In Time Fox $575,000 $555,102 $-19,898 -3.5% 421 $35,870,000 $35,850,495 6
16 - 31 - 50/50 Sum. $125,000 $132,180 $+7,180 +5.7% 196 $34,753,000 $34,760,171 10
17 - 23 - Courageous TriS $177,000 $212,898 $+35,898 +20.3% 265 $33,000,000 $33,036,124 10
18 - 11 - J. Edgar WB $2,400,000 $2,308,411 $-91,589 -3.8% 1,985 $32,661,000 $32,569,492 4
19 - 36 - Abduction LGF $90,000 $94,514 $+4,514 +5.0% 151 $27,963,000 $27,967,677 11
20 - 4 - Arthur Christmas Sony $7,350,000 $7,401,736 $+51,736 +0.7% 3,376 $25,292,000 $25,343,487 2
21 - 3 - Hugo Par. $7,625,000 $7,557,709 $-67,291 -0.9% 1,840 $25,188,000 $25,121,185 2
22 - 35 - The Three Musketeers (2011) Sum. $118,000 $118,889 $+889 +0.8% 208 $20,094,000 $20,094,465 7
23 - 7 - The Descendants FoxS $5,200,000 $4,789,741 $-410,259 -7.9% 574 $18,087,000 $17,677,071 3
24 - 82 - Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain Code $900 $2,038 $+1,138 +126.4% 5 $7,703,400 $7,704,472 13
25 - 22 - Margin Call RAtt. $226,000 $215,436 $-10,564 -4.7% 151 $4,695,000 $4,684,888 7
26 - 12 - My Week with Marilyn Wein. $1,180,000 $1,179,545 $-455 -0.0% 244 $3,861,000 $3,860,751 2
27 - 26 - The Way PDA $176,000 $178,076 $+2,076 +1.2% 160 $3,622,000 $3,623,724 9
28 - 20 - Like Crazy ParV $265,000 $257,767 $-7,233 -2.7% 152 $2,882,000 $2,874,373 6
29 - 37 - Martha Marcy May Marlene FoxS $95,000 $91,343 $-3,657 -3.8% 84 $2,736,700 $2,732,011 7
30 - 29 - The Skin I Live In SPC $165,000 $156,767 $-8,233 -5.0% 116 $2,658,000 $2,649,733 8
31 - 45 - Take Shelter SPC $45,300 $42,379 $-2,921 -6.4% 54 $1,510,300 $1,507,338 10
32 - 24 - The Artist Wein. $206,000 $211,265 $+5,265 +2.6% 6 $496,000 $501,624 2
33 - 34 - A Dangerous Method SPC $123,000 $119,574 $-3,426 -2.8% 4 $416,000 $412,937 2
34 - 17 - Shame FoxS $361,000 $349,519 $-11,481 -3.2% 10 $361,000 $349,519 1
35 - 80 - Revenge of the Electric Car A23 $2,500 $2,545 $+45 +1.8% 2 $142,900 $142,960 7
36 - 38 - Pastorela LGF $73,000 $82,175 $+9,175 +12.6% 55 $73,000 $82,175 1
37 - 60 - Sleeping Beauty (2011) (II) IFC $10,400 $9,207 $-1,193 -11.5% 2 $10,400 $9,207 1
TOTALS:$79,963,100$78,384,262$-1,578,838-2.0%35,317 
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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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