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Box Office Numbers for Thursday, April 8, 2010

Clash of the Titans took in $4.066 million ($83.593M cume) on Thursday, holding off How to Train Your Dragon which added $3.806 million to its domestic box office ($108.541M cume). Rounding out the top five were The Last Song ($1.526M / $32.423M cume), Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too? ($1.503M / $37.52M cume) and Alice in Wonderland ($911,002 / $313.708M cume). Click over the jump for the daily chart.

Continue reading Box Office Numbers for Thursday, April 8, 2010

Box Office Numbers for Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Clash of the Titans remained in first place on Tuesday, grossing $5.019 million ($75.303M cume) and staying ahead of How to Train Your Dragon ($3.828M) which passed $100M domestically ($101.25M cume). Rounding out the top five were Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too? ($2.148M / $34.401M cume), The Last Song ($1.729M / $29.462M cume) and Alice in Wonderland ($957,200 / $311.923M cume). Click over the jump for the daily chart.

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Weekend Box Office Numbers (April 2-4, 2010): Clash of the Titans sets new Easter record with $61.2M ($63.9M including Thursday); ‘Tyler Perry’ solid in 2nd with $29.3M

Update: Article and chart updated with the final actual numbers.

Warner Brothers’ 3D Clash of the Titans got off to a record start, grossing $61.235 million over the 3-day Easter weekend (eclipsing the previous Easter record of $40.2M set by 2006’s Scary Movie 4). Including Thursday night sneaks — $2.655M — the film has grossed $63.890 million.

The Friday to Sunday breakdown for ‘Clash’ went as follows: $26.061M on Friday, -18% on Saturday to $21.361M and down -35.3% on Sunday to $13.813 million.

Also opening strongly was Tyler Perry’s latest ‘Why Did I Get Married Too?, which took in a very solid $29.289 million from 2,155 theaters. The performance is Perry’s 3rd best opening weekend of his career (below the $41.0M opening of 2009’s ‘Madea Goes to Jail’ and the $30.0M opening of 2006’s ‘Madea’s Family Reunion’). Meanwhile Miley Cyrus’ The Last Song took in $16.007 million, good enough for fourth place and bringing its 5-day cume to $25.395 million.

Rounding out the top five was last week’s #1 How to Train Your Dragon, which fell a respectable 33.7% to third place with $29.01M ($92.136M domestic cume) and Alice in Wonderland took fifth place with $8.208M ($309.734M domestic cume). Click over the jump for the weekend chart.

Continue reading Weekend Box Office Numbers (April 2-4, 2010): Clash of the Titans sets new Easter record with $61.2M ($63.9M including Thursday); ‘Tyler Perry’ solid in 2nd with $29.3M

Box Office Numbers for Friday, April 2, 2010: $26.06M for Clash of the Titans, $12.15M for ‘Tyler Perry’

Update: Chart updated with the final actual numbers.

Original article follows below.

Warner Brothers’ heavily promoted 3D feature Clash of the Titans from director Louis Leterrier debuted in a strong first place Friday, grossing an estimated $26.36 million from 3,777 theaters. Including Thursday night sneaks, the film is at an estimated $29.015 million (Note: Thursday night screenings accounted for $2.655 million of the film’s gross and Thursday night / Friday midnight screenings accounted for $4.2 million of the film’s gross).

Also opening strong yesterday was Tyler Perry’s latest ‘Why Did I Get Married Too?’, which opened in second place with an estimated $12.35 million from 2,155 theaters for a robust per theater average of $5,731. This will be Perry’s 2nd or 3rd best performing film of his career.

Third place went to DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon, which fell just 8.8% from last Friday for an estimated $11.05 million (est. $74.176 million domestic cume). Rounding out the top five were The Last Song (est. $7.1M / $16.488M cume) and Alice in Wonderland (est. $3.0M / $304.526M cume). Click over the jump for the daily chart and more analysis.

Continue reading Box Office Numbers for Friday, April 2, 2010: $26.06M for Clash of the Titans, $12.15M for ‘Tyler Perry’

Box Office Numbers for Thursday, April 1, 2010: ‘Dragon’ back on top ($5.2M), The Last Song ($4.3M) falls to second, Alice in Wonderland crosses $300M domestic ($301.5M) [Update: $2.655M for Clash of the Titans]

Update: “Clash of the Titans” took in a strong $2.655 million from Thursday night sneaks at 3,000 theaters. The chart after the jump has been updated to include the figure.

Original article follows below

After debuting in first place Wednesday, The Last Song ($9.388M domestic cume) dropped to 2nd with $4.262 million.  How to Train Your Dragon ($63.126M domestic cume) re-gained the top spot with $5.242 million ($63.126M domestic cume).  Meanwhile, Alice in Wonderland took in $2.066 million which was enough to push it across $300 million domestically ($301.526 million cume / est. $664.526M worldwide cume).

Rounding out the top were Hot Tub Time Machine (est. $1.424M / est. $19.842M domestic cume) and Diary of a Wimpy Kid (est. $1.24M / est. $40.709M domestic cume).  Click over the jump for the daily chart.

Continue reading Box Office Numbers for Thursday, April 1, 2010: ‘Dragon’ back on top ($5.2M), The Last Song ($4.3M) falls to second, Alice in Wonderland crosses $300M domestic ($301.5M) [Update: $2.655M for Clash of the Titans]

Box Office Numbers for Wednesday, March 31, 2010: The Last Song opens to $5.1M

The Last Song — which stars singer/Disney Channel star Miley Cyrus — opened in first place on Wednesday, grossing $5.125 million and finishing just slightly ahead of How to Train Your Dragon which took in $4.534 million ($57.884 million domestic cume). Alice in Wonderland took in $1.909 million putting it within $0.5M from $300M which it’ll eclipse sometime today ($299.46 million domestic cume). Rounding out the top five was Hot Tub Time Machine ($1.35M / $18.418M domestic cume) in fourth and Diary of a Wimpy Kid ($1.098M / $39.469M domestic cume) in fifth. Click over the jump to see the complete daily chart.

Continue reading Box Office Numbers for Wednesday, March 31, 2010: The Last Song opens to $5.1M