In its fifth weekend, Cyrus more than doubled its theater count to 446 but fell 15 percent to $1.09 million. With a weak per theater average of $2,451, Cyrus is unlikely to reach a mainstream audience. The John C. Reilly-Jonah Hill comedy has made $5.08 million thus far.
The Kids Are All Right was hot on Cyrus' heels with $1.06 million, though it played at less than one-tenth the number of locations (38) and scored an impressive per theater average of $28,009. In ten days, The Kids Are All Right has made $1.8 million.
In its second weekend, The Girl Who Played with Fire dipped 25 percent to $679,533 at 139 locations, which was good for 13th place on the overall chart. The sequel to the $9.5 million-grossing The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo has nabbed $2.02 million in ten days.
I Am Love grossed $415,112 at 140 locations, which represented an 18 percent decline. The Tilda Swinton drama is at $2.66 million through its fifth weekend. Sundance favorite Winter's Bone completed the limited Top Five, down 24 percent to $347,380 for a total of $2.66 million.
None of the new releases hit more than two theaters, and therefore barely had an impact. Foreign drama Kisses grabbed $15,485 at two locations, Mexican drama Alamar earned $7,668 at one theater for a five-day total of $9,640, and documentary Henri-Georves Clouzot's Inferno scored $3,981 at one theater. Bollywood import Udaan was the biggest loser, raking in a meager $2,715 at two theaters.
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