Domestic 1995 Weekend 46

November 17-19, 1995

Key:New This Week

RankLWRelease Gross%± LWTheatersChangeAverageTotal GrossWeeksDistributor
1519Braveheart$13,634-45.5%26-21$524$66,937,07726Paramount Pictures
1313Apollo 13$158,565-45.1%210-132$755$171,842,84521Universal Pictures
119Vampire in Brooklyn$1,008,941-55.6%1,213-917$831$18,239,3904Paramount Pictures
98Se7en$1,641,769-33.8%1,463-355$1,122$84,225,3109New Line Cinema
127Fair Game$698,209-72.7%1,114-835$626$10,423,5553Warner Bros.
106Now and Then$1,510,371-44.1%1,662-51$908$23,868,7505New Line Cinema
85Home for the Holidays$1,961,239-41.4%1,000-$1,961$11,274,2943Paramount Pictures
74Powder$2,412,073-41.8%1,591-30$1,516$24,880,7014Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
63Copycat$3,007,024-37%1,643-18$1,830$23,730,9904Warner Bros.
52Get Shorty$4,334,185-43%2,103-$2,060$56,855,4365Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
21Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls$19,510,643-48.4%2,652-$7,356$65,020,8212Warner Bros.
1-GoldenEye$26,205,007-2,667-$9,825$26,205,0071Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
3-The American President$10,014,558-1,508-$6,640$10,014,5581Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE)
4-It Takes Two$5,564,147-1,581-$3,519$5,564,1471Warner Bros.
14-The Crossing Guard$71,804-6-$11,967$71,8041Miramax