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February 10-12, 2012
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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
- 19 - Beauty and the Beast (3D) Buena Vista $778,000 $840,111 $+62,111 +8.0% 678 $46,401,000 $46,463,306 5
- 26 - War Horse Buena Vista $411,000 $451,793 $+40,793 +9.9% 502 $78,159,000 $78,200,167 8
- 32 - The Muppets Buena Vista $251,000 $271,985 $+20,985 +8.4% 291 $87,756,000 $87,777,650 12
- 58 - Real Steel Buena Vista $18,000 $19,451 $+1,451 +8.1% 55 $85,462,000 $85,463,309 19
- 67 - The Help Buena Vista $6,300 $10,474 $+4,174 +66.3% 13 $169,650,000 $169,653,846 27
6 6 - The Woman in Black CBS Films $10,300,000 $10,102,658 $-197,342 -1.9% 2,856 $35,456,000 $35,258,145 2
- 22 - Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy Focus Features $553,000 $547,509 $-5,491 -1.0% 232 $22,000,766 $21,995,078 10
4 4 - Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (in 3D) Fox $23,000,000 $22,469,932 $-530,068 -2.3% 2,655 $23,000,000 $22,469,932 1
5 5 - Chronicle (2012) Fox $12,300,000 $12,092,589 $-207,411 -1.7% 2,908 $40,167,000 $39,959,856 2
11 11 - Red Tails Fox $2,400,000 $2,417,386 $+17,386 +0.7% 1,580 $45,063,000 $45,216,680 4
- 23 - Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked Fox $540,000 $535,037 $-4,963 -0.9% 502 $129,060,000 $129,054,891 9
9 9 - The Descendants Fox Searchlight $3,500,000 $3,441,676 $-58,324 -1.7% 1,581 $70,729,000 $70,671,289 13
- 56 - Chico & Rita GKIDS $21,700 $20,654 $-1,046 -4.8% 1 $21,700 $20,654 1
- 34 - Pina IFC $258,000 $257,286 $-714 -0.3% 67 $1,706,000 $1,705,462 8
12 12 - One For the Money Lionsgate $2,300,000 $2,300,953 $+953 +0.0% 2,056 $23,679,000 $23,679,658 3
16 16 - Man on a Ledge Lionsgate/Summit $1,325,000 $1,301,222 $-23,778 -1.8% 1,423 $17,495,000 $17,471,432 3
- 47 - Rampart Millennium Ent. $65,100 $60,446 $-4,654 -7.1% 5 $65,100 $60,446 1
7 7 - The Grey Open Road Films $5,080,000 $5,045,620 $-34,380 -0.7% 2,801 $42,822,000 $42,787,884 3
- 44 - We Need to Talk About Kevin Oscilloscope Pictures $80,000 $83,816 $+3,816 +4.8% 16 $492,900 $496,670 10
14 14 - Hugo Paramount $1,800,000 $1,765,205 $-34,795 -1.9% 702 $64,477,000 $64,442,024 12
20 20 - Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol Paramount $715,000 $706,967 $-8,033 -1.1% 469 $206,523,000 $206,514,768 9
- 29 - The Adventures of Tintin Paramount $325,000 $340,028 $+15,028 +4.6% 257 $75,856,000 $75,871,486 8
- 35 - Puss in Boots Paramount (DreamWorks) $215,000 $217,342 $+2,342 +1.1% 209 $148,739,000 $148,741,020 16
- 31 - Albert Nobbs Roadside Attractions $280,000 $274,819 $-5,181 -1.9% 151 $2,039,000 $2,034,398 3
- 74 - An Inconsistent Truth Rocky Mountain Pictures $7,000 $7,356 $+356 +5.1% 2 $45,800 $46,161 3
1 1 - The Vow Sony / Screen Gems $41,700,000 $41,202,458 $-497,542 -1.2% 2,958 $41,700,000 $41,202,458 1
10 10 - Underworld Awakening Sony / Screen Gems $2,500,000 $2,480,156 $-19,844 -0.8% 1,657 $58,900,000 $58,914,525 4
- 33 - A Separation Sony Classics $288,000 $265,801 $-22,199 -7.7% 45 $1,645,000 $1,622,398 7
- 37 - A Dangerous Method Sony Classics $198,000 $205,193 $+7,193 +3.6% 107 $4,942,000 $4,948,360 12
- 51 - Carnage (2011) Sony Classics $39,000 $40,910 $+1,910 +4.9% 36 $2,369,000 $2,371,225 9
- 54 - In Darkness Sony Classics $27,600 $27,413 $-187 -0.7% 3 $27,600 $49,104 1
- 40 - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Summit Entertainment $173,000 $168,283 $-4,717 -2.7% 230 $281,163,000 $281,158,172 13
- 76 - The Darkest Hour Summit Entertainment $10,000 $6,880 $-3,120 -31.2% 18 $21,220,600 $21,217,489 8
2 2 - Safe House Universal $39,300,000 $40,172,720 $+872,720 +2.2% 3,119 $39,300,000 $40,172,720 1
8 8 - Big Miracle Universal $3,900,000 $3,946,050 $+46,050 +1.2% 2,133 $13,200,000 $13,281,985 2
17 17 - Contraband Universal $1,238,000 $1,259,340 $+21,340 +1.7% 1,081 $64,621,000 $64,642,825 5
3 3 - Journey 2: The Mysterious Island Warner Bros. $27,550,000 $27,335,363 $-214,637 -0.8% 3,470 $27,550,000 $27,335,363 1
15 15 - Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close Warner Bros. $1,505,000 $1,473,011 $-31,989 -2.1% 1,375 $29,439,000 $29,406,900 8
13 13 - The Artist Weinstein Company $2,286,000 $2,240,252 $-45,748 -2.0% 808 $24,048,000 $24,002,038 12
18 18 - The Iron Lady Weinstein Company $1,129,000 $1,155,969 $+26,969 +2.4% 512 $22,770,000 $22,797,264 7
- 36 - My Week with Marilyn Weinstein Company $206,000 $208,012 $+2,012 +1.0% 125 $13,342,000 $13,344,068 12
- 48 - W.E. Weinstein Company $57,700 $59,646 $+1,946 +3.4% 17 $121,800 $123,793 2
- 53 - Coriolanus Weinstein Company $31,900 $31,267 $-633 -2.0% 11 $268,600 $267,947 4
TOTALS:$188,668,300$187,861,039$-807,261-0.4%39,717 
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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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