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Weekly Box Office

Weekly Box Office

August 10-16, 1990

Note: Weekly box office charts 7-day results (Friday through Thursday). To access the Weekend chart (Friday through Sunday), click here.


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TWLWTitle (Click to view)StudioWeekly Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1 N Flatliners Col. $16,002,517 - 1,319 - $12,132 $16,002,517 - 1
2 1 Ghost Par. $14,777,965 -16.5% 1,766 - $8,368 $90,801,781 $22 5
3 N Air America TriS $12,220,350 - 1,902 - $6,425 $12,220,350 - 1
4 3 Presumed Innocent WB $11,647,001 -26.7% 1,451 +71 $8,027 $45,757,373 - 3
5 2 Young Guns II Fox $7,639,544 -53.9% 1,770 - $4,316 $24,211,502 - 2
6 4 Problem Child Uni. $7,509,810 -32.3% 1,769 +1 $4,245 $33,892,620 - 3
7 5 Arachnophobia BV $5,659,426 -39.4% 1,823 -182 $3,104 $43,211,516 - 4
8 N The Two Jakes Par. $5,426,646 - 1,206 - $4,500 $5,426,646 - 1
9 6 Die Hard 2: Die Harder Fox $4,675,737 -35.9% 1,691 -255 $2,765 $102,780,484 $70 6
10 7 Duck Tales: The Movie BV $4,395,496 -34.0% 1,558 +9 $2,821 $11,056,077 - 2
11 8 Mo' Better Blues Uni. $3,457,740 -44.1% 572 +28 $6,045 $9,645,740 - 2
12 9 The Freshman TriS $3,114,810 -41.7% 954 -90 $3,265 $15,166,200 - 4
13 10 The Jungle Book (re-issue) (1990) BV $3,012,302 -35.1% 1,246 -232 $2,418 $36,663,270 - 5
14 11 Days of Thunder Par. $2,560,021 -39.0% 1,075 -551 $2,381 $77,882,862 - 7
15 12 Navy Seals Orion $2,076,486 -45.6% 1,154 -201 $1,799 $20,877,370 - 4
16 15 Total Recall Sony $1,294,195 -18.4% 721 -155 $1,795 $114,502,935 $65 11
17 16 Back to the Future Part III Uni. $930,280 -19.6% 462 -108 $2,014 $82,533,510 $40 12
18 17 Metropolitan NL $160,087 +74.9% 5 +4 $32,017 $251,619 $0.23 2
19 19 Twister (1990) Grey $13,864 +262.9% 2 - $6,932 $17,684 - 1
TOTAL (19 MOVIES):$106,574,277-7.3%22,446+868$4,748 
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* Production Budget in millions. Studios get on average 55 percent of the final gross.


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