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Thursday Box Office (March 11, 2010)

Alice in Wonderland was basically flat on its first Thursday, down 1/10 of a percent to $6.767 million and pushing its 7-day domestic cume to $146.625 million. The Tim Burton-directed film will cross $150M sometime today and will be at around $197-205 million by the end of the weekend.

With regards to the other films, Shutter Island crept back up above $1M, grossing $1.034 million yesterday and putting it just shy of $100M domestic ($99.867M cume).  Meanwhile, Avatar increased about 6% from Wednesday ($789,785 / $723.744M cume) to take third place from Brooklyn’s Finest which fell to fourth place with $786,771 ($17.061M cume). Cop Out rounded out the top five with $652,271 ($35.213M cume).  Head on over the jump for the daily chart.

Continue reading Thursday Box Office (March 11, 2010)

Wednesday Box Office (March 10, 2010)

Alice in Wonderland had another solid weekday yesterday, grossing $6.773 million and pushing its 6-day domestic cume to $139.858 million.  Shutter Island remained in second place, but fell below $1M for the first time, grossing $970,211 on its 20th day of release ($98.833M domestic cume). Brooklyn’s Finest followed in third place with $810,782 ($16.274M domestic cume).

Rounding out the top five were Avatar in fourth place with $747,131 ($722.954M domestic cume) and Cop Out in fifth place with $633,120 ($34.56M domestic cume).  Head on over the jump for the daily chart.

Continue reading Wednesday Box Office (March 10, 2010)

Tuesday Box Office (March 9, 2010)

Alice in Wonderland grossed $7.976 million on Tuesday, down a little less than 12% from Monday and pushing its 5-day tally to $133.086 million.  Shutter Island jumped back to 2nd place with $1.102M ($97.863M cume), while Brooklyn’s Finest fell to third with $1.037M ($15.464M cume).

Avatar spent another day in the top 5 with a fourth place showing of $781,694 ($722.207M cume) and Cop Out rounded out the top five in fifth with $751,287 ($33.927M cume). Head on over the jump for the daily chart.

Continue reading Tuesday Box Office (March 9, 2010)

Monday Box Office (March 8, 2010): Alice in Wonderland ($9.0M) stays in front

As expected, Alice in Wonderland stayed well in front of the competition on Monday by grossing $9.008 million and pushing its 4-day domestic cume to a very healthy $125.109 million. Brooklyn’s Finest edged out Shutter Island for second place: $1.077 million ($14.427M domestic cume) to $1.011 million ($96.761M domestic cume).

Rounding out the top five was Avatar in fourth place ($817,968–the first time below $1M / $721.425M domestic cume) and Cop Out in fifth place with $671,378 ($33.176M domestic cume).  Head on over the jump for the daily chart.

Continue reading Monday Box Office (March 8, 2010): Alice in Wonderland ($9.0M) stays in front

Weekend Box Office Numbers (Feb. 26-28, 2010): Shutter Island ($22.7M) tops Cop Out ($18.2M) & The Crazies ($16.1M); Avatar crosses $700M ($13.7M / $706.6M cume)

Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island dropped just 44.8% in its second weekend ($22.665M), topping both newcomers Cop Out ($18.211M) and The Crazies. ($16.067M).

Marking not only Kevin Smith’s first film he didn’t also write, Cop Out is now the biggest opening (single day and weekend) in his career as a director. Cop Out and The Crazies had nearly identical Friday’s ($5.948M & $5.981M, respectively), but Cop Out pulled ahead with a stronger Saturday ($7.742M vs. $6.347M for The Crazies) and Sunday ($4.521M vs. $3.739M for The Crazies).  However, The Crazies played in fewer theaters and therefore had a considerably stronger per theater average of $6,489 (2,476 theaters) vs. a PTA of $5,781 for Cop Out (from 3,150 theaters).

The other big news this weekend is that Avatar broke $700 million. Now in its 11th weekend of release (top 5 in each weekend), the James Cameron-directed sci-fi 3D epic continues to live up to its billing, adding $13.655 million (down just 15.9%) which brings its 73-day domestic cume to $706.56 million. Avatar broke $700 million on Saturday (its 72nd day). Worldwide, Avatar remained in 1st place for its 11th consecutive week (a streak that will come to an end next weekend courtesy Alice in Wonderland) and is sitting at an extraordinary $2.546 billion worldwide ($1.839B of which comes from overseas grosses). Head on over the jump for the weekend chart.

Continue reading Weekend Box Office Numbers (Feb. 26-28, 2010): Shutter Island ($22.7M) tops Cop Out ($18.2M) & The Crazies ($16.1M); Avatar crosses $700M ($13.7M / $706.6M cume)

Weekend Box Office Estimates (Feb. 26-28, 2010): Shutter Island #1 ($22.2M), Cop Out #2 ($18.6), The Crazies #3 ($16.5M) + Avatar passes $700M ($14.0M / $706.9M cume)

Update: Click here to see the the final actual numbers for the weekend.

Original article follows below.

After a strong opening last weekend, Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island was down less than 46% this weekend and managed to hold off two newcomers for a solid estimated $22.2 million (est. $75.076 million domestic cume). The film grossed an estimated $6.68M on Friday, grew an impressive 55% on Saturday to an estimated $10.363M and Warner Brothers is projecting a Sunday take of $5.157 million.

In the battle of openers, the Kevin Smith-directed R-rated buddy cop comedy Cop Out starring Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan grossed an estimated $18.565 million, holding off Breck Eisner’s horror remake The Crazies ($16.521 million).   Cop Out — which marks the first film Kevin Smith has directed that he also didn’t write — is the biggest opening (single day and weekend) in Kevin Smith’s career as a director. Both films had identical Friday estimates ($5.98M), but Cop Out pulled ahead with a stronger Saturday (est. $7.76M vs. an estimated $6.35M for The Crazies).  Cop Out is projected to have a stronger Sunday ($4.825M) than The Crazies ($4.191M).

The other big news this weekend is that Avatar broke $700 million.  Now in its 11th weekend of release (top 5 in each weekend), the James Cameron-directed sci-fi 3D epic continues to live up to its billing, grossing an estimated $14.0 million (down less than 14%) which brings its 73-day domestic cume to $706.904 million.  Avatar broke $700 million on Saturday (its 72nd day).  Worldwide figures haven’t been updated yet, but at the moment Avatar is sitting just shy of $2.5B at $2.482 billion ($1.775B of which comes from overseas grosses). Head on over the jump for the weekend chart.

Continue reading Weekend Box Office Estimates (Feb. 26-28, 2010): Shutter Island #1 ($22.2M), Cop Out #2 ($18.6), The Crazies #3 ($16.5M) + Avatar passes $700M ($14.0M / $706.9M cume)

Box Office Numbers for Friday, February 26, 2010: Shutter Island ($6.7M) holds onto first place, Cop-Out ($5.975M) & The Crazies ($5.97M) battle for 2nd

Update: Click over the jump for the updated chart with Friday actual numbers.

Original article follows below.

After a strong opening last Friday, Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island had a nice hold in its second Friday with an estimated $6.675 million ($59.551 million domestic cume).  The film held off two openers; Kevin Smith’s buddy cop comedy Cop Out ($5.975 million) and Breck Eisner’s remake of The Crazies ($5.97 million). [Note: In the final numbers, The Crazies topped Cop Out on Saturday.  Cop Out still placed #2 for the weekend.  See updated chart below the jump for Friday finals].

Meanwhile, Avatar took fourth for the day with an estimated $3.1 million.  That puts the film’s domestic cume at $696.005 million and the film will clear $700 million sometime tonight (in just 72 days of release). Head on over the jump for the daily chart.

Continue reading Box Office Numbers for Friday, February 26, 2010: Shutter Island ($6.7M) holds onto first place, Cop-Out ($5.975M) & The Crazies ($5.97M) battle for 2nd

New Photos: Cop Out; MacGruber; Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and Your Highness

Head on over the jump for new photos for Cop Out (February 26, 2010), MacGruber (April 23, 2010), Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010 )and Your Highness (October 1, 2010).

Continue reading New Photos: Cop Out; MacGruber; Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and Your Highness

Cop Out Movie Trailer

Warner Brothers has released the trailer for the Kevin Smith-directed action comedy Cop Out.  Formerly titled A Couple of Dicks, Cop Out stars Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan.  Watch the trailer after the jump.

Cop Out hits theaters on February 26, 2010.

Continue reading Cop Out Movie Trailer