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Box Office Numbers for Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Alice in Wonderland grossed $2.376 million on Wednesday ($273.253M domestic cume) followed by The Bounty Hunter in second with $1.284 million ($25.005M domestic cume). Diary of a Wimpy Kid ($796,789 / $24.883M domestic cume), She’s Out of My League ($796,789 / $21.502M domestic cume) and Green Zone ($525,700 / $26.579M domestic cume) rounded out the top five. Head on over the jump to see the complete daily chart.

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Box Office Numbers for Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Alice in Wonderland took in $2.683 million on Tuesday ($270.877M domestic cume) followed by The Bounty Hunter in second with $1.586 million ($22.135M domestic cume). Diary of a Wimpy Kid ($924,456 / $24.086M domestic cume), Green Zone ($630,425 / $26.053M domestic cume), She’s Out of My League ($629,995 / $20.963M domestic cume) rounded out the top five. Head on over the jump to see the complete daily chart.

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Box Office Numbers for Thursday, March 18, 2010

Alice in Wonderland grossed $5.123 million on Thursday, staying well ahead of the competition and keeping it on pace to win another weekend.  Finishing in second place for the day was She’s Out of My League which improved by one spot with $1.027 million ($13.939M cume).  Green Zone ($975,975 / $18.739M cume), Shutter Island ($746,040 / $111.015M cume) and Avatar ($651,147 / $732.881M cume) rounded out the top five. Head on over the jump for the daily chart.

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Wednesday Box Office (March 17, 2010)

Alice in Wonderland took in $4.717 million on Wednesday, moving past $225M domestic to $226.12 million. Finishing in second place was the disappointing and expensive Green Zone, which fell below $1M to $946,025 ($17.763 million domstic cume). She’s Out of My League ($822,240 / $12.911M cume), Shutter Island ($632,019 / $110.269M cune) and Avatar ($608,622 / $732.23M cume) rounded out the top five. Head on over the jump for the daily chart.

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Box Office Numbers for Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Alice in Wonderland held firm on top the charts Tuesday, grossing another $6.011 million, down only slightly from Monday. Total domestic cume now stands at $221.404 million. Green Zone ($1.276M / $16.817M cume), She’s Out of My League ($1.173M / $12.089M cume), Shutter Island ($827,367 / $109.637M cume) and Remember Me ($735,640 / $9.489M cume) rounded out the top five.

Alice in Wonderland is Tim Burton’s highest-grossing film since 2005’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory ($206.459M) and it will soon supplant 1989’s Batman ($251.189M) as his most successful film ever (unadjusted for inflation). Head on over the jump to see the complete daily chart.

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Box Office Numbers for Monday, March 15, 2010

Alice in Wonderland had another strong weekday, grossing $6.054 million on Monday.  Through just 11 days of release, the film has now grossed an impressive $215.393 million.  Worldwide cume stands at an estimated $436.4 million. Green Zone ($1.231M / $15.54M cume), She’s Out of My League ($1.14M / $10.916M cume) and Shutter Island ($797,561 / $108.809M cume) stayed in second through fourth, respectively, while Avatar improved a spot into fifth place with $671,742 ($730.942M cume). Head on over the jump to see the complete daily chart.

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Weekend Box Office: Alice stays strong ($62.7M); Disappointing debuts for Green Zone ($14.3M) and other new releases

Based on the final actual studio numbers, Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland increased slightly from the studio estimates, grossing  $62.714 million from 3,728 theaters (a decline of just 46% from the weekend prior, a solid number for a blockbuster film). The four new releases were led by the disappointing Green Zone, which finished with a very weak $14.309 million, and followed by She’s Out of My League (#3 / $9.775M), Remember Me (#5 / $8.089M) and Our Family Wedding (#6 / $7.63M). Alice in Wonderland out-grossed the combined weekend box office of those four new releases by nearly $23M ($62.714M vs. $39.804M).  Even more impressive, the film out-grossed the combined weekend box office of films in the #2-#8 spots by nearly $4M (62.714M vs. $58.946M).

Rounding out the top 5 was Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island which finished in fourth place and ahead of both Remember Me and Our Family Wedding, with $8.144M, pushing its 24-day domestic cume to a respectable $108.012 million. Avatar finished in seventh place for the weekend (its first time outside the top five), but still managed a very respectable $6.526M. Despite shedding another 445 theaters — the film is now playing in just 1,718 theaters — Avatar only declined by only 19.6% this weekend. Total domestic cume for the film now stands at $730.270 million. Head on over the jump for the weekend chart.

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Weekend Box Office Numbers (March 12-14, 2010): Alice stays on top with $62.7M; Disappointing debut for Green Zone ($14.3M)

Update: Click here to see the final actual numbers for the weekend.  Also, the weekend chart included at the bottom of this post has been updated with the studio actuals.

Original article follows below.

Four new releases failed to put much of a dent in Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland.  The film fell just 46.6% in its second weekend (a respectable decline for a blockbuster), grossing an estimated $62 million from 3,728 theaters. The four new releases were led by the disappointing Green Zone (est. $14.535M) and followed by She’s Out of My League (est. $9.6M), Remember Me (est. $8.3M) and Our Family Wedding ( est. $7.6M).  Alice in Wonderland out-grossed the combined weekend box office of those four new releases by nearly $22M ($62M vs. $40.035M).

Rounding out the top 5 was Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island which finished in fifth place and ahead of Our Family Wedding with an estimated $8.14M, pushing its 24-day domestic cume to a respectable $108.008 million.  The bottom five was anchored by Avatar with an estimated $6.6M.  Despite shedding another 445 theaters — the film is now playing in just 1,718 theaters — Avatar only declined by 18.7% this weekend.  Total domestic cume for the film now stands at $730.344 million.  Head on over the jump for the weekend chart.

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Friday Box Office Estimates (March 12, 2010): $17.4M for Alice; Weak opening for Green Zone ($5.0M) and other new releases

Although there were four films that opened on Friday Alice in Wonderland was expected to easily beat the competition, and it did exactly that…and then some.  ‘Alice’ grossed an estimated $17.4M on Friday from 3,728 theaters ($4,667 per theater average), pushing its 8-day domestic cume to $164.025M. What’s more impressive, however, is that the film grossed more on Friday than the next four films — all new releases — combined (est. $14.4M).

Alice’ should do a healthy $57-62M this weekend which would land it well past $200 million by the end of Sunday. Head on over the jump for more analysis and the daily chart.

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