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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
- 18 - The Cross: The Arthur Blessit Story 8X Entertainment $327,000 $309,455 $-17,545 -5.4% 221 $327,000 $309,455 1
6 6 - Race to Witch Mountain Buena Vista $5,637,000 $5,801,775 $+164,775 +2.9% 3,268 $53,295,000 $53,459,752 3
- 20 - Coraline Focus Features $301,000 $305,114 $+4,114 +1.4% 360 $73,926,000 $73,929,936 8
- 36 - Sin Nombre Focus Features $68,500 $70,167 $+1,667 +2.4% 6 $184,000 $185,874 2
7 7 - 12 Rounds Fox $5,300,000 $5,329,240 $+29,240 +0.6% 2,331 $5,300,000 $5,329,240 1
9 9 - Taken Fox $2,700,000 $2,695,342 $-4,658 -0.2% 1,961 $137,074,000 $137,068,886 9
12 12 - Slumdog Millionaire Fox Searchlight $1,135,000 $1,164,903 $+29,903 +2.6% 840 $139,312,000 $139,341,484 20
2 2 - The Haunting in Connecticut Lionsgate $23,010,000 $23,004,765 $-5,235 -0.0% 2,732 $23,010,000 $23,004,765 1
13 13 - Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail Lionsgate $1,090,000 $1,133,085 $+43,085 +4.0% 1,128 $89,024,000 $89,067,436 6
- 34 - Doubt Miramax $78,000 $82,339 $+4,339 +5.6% 115 $33,332,000 $33,337,239 16
- 59 - Shall We Kiss? Music Box Films $31,000 $28,680 $-2,320 -7.5% 4 $31,000 $28,680 1
- 57 - Wendy and Lucy Oscilloscope Pictures $30,500 $30,328 $-172 -0.6% 32 $746,000 $745,566 16
11 11 - Sunshine Cleaning Overture Films $1,344,000 $1,274,007 $-69,993 -5.2% 167 $2,548,000 $2,477,704 3
- 22 - The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Paramount $196,000 $208,157 $+12,157 +6.2% 246 $127,011,000 $127,023,019 14
1 1 - Monsters Vs. Aliens Paramount (DreamWorks) $58,200,000 $59,321,095 $+1,121,095 +1.9% 4,104 $58,200,000 $59,321,095 1
4 4 - I Love You, Man Paramount (DreamWorks) $12,600,000 $12,671,533 $+71,533 +0.6% 2,717 $37,007,000 $37,078,306 2
- 17 - Hotel for Dogs Paramount (DreamWorks) $303,000 $314,942 $+11,942 +3.9% 381 $71,342,000 $71,353,470 11
- 35 - The Uninvited Paramount (DreamWorks) $71,000 $74,688 $+3,688 +5.2% 170 $28,570,000 $28,573,173 9
- 38 - Revolutionary Road Paramount Vantage $62,000 $63,113 $+1,113 +1.8% 142 $22,877,000 $22,877,808 14
- 41 - Defiance Paramount Vantage $47,000 $48,982 $+1,982 +4.2% 80 $28,470,000 $28,471,672 13
- 47 - Goodbye Solo Roadside Attractions $40,500 $38,042 $-2,458 -6.1% 3 $40,500 $38,042 1
- 64 - Play the Game Slowhand Cinema $13,600 $14,830 $+1,230 +9.0% 13 $216,000 $217,290 5
14 14 - Paul Blart: Mall Cop Sony / Columbia $825,000 $840,596 $+15,596 +1.9% 1,082 $142,488,000 $142,503,850 11
- 25 - The Class Sony Classics $196,000 $181,697 $-14,303 -7.3% 123 $3,078,000 $3,064,397 15
3 3 - Knowing Summit Entertainment $14,705,000 $14,702,187 $-2,813 -0.0% 3,337 $46,220,000 $46,217,199 2
- 32 - Push Summit Entertainment $88,000 $92,307 $+4,307 +4.9% 123 $31,152,000 $31,156,387 8
- 43 - Twilight Summit Entertainment $44,000 $42,434 $-1,566 -3.6% 150 $191,451,000 $191,449,475 19
- 56 - Valentino: The Last Emperor Truly Indie $30,000 $31,106 $+1,106 +3.7% 2 $88,400 $89,527 2
- 66 - Valkyrie United Artists $13,000 $11,877 $-1,123 -8.6% 32 $83,068,000 $83,066,918 14
5 5 - Duplicity Universal $7,556,000 $7,672,485 $+116,485 +1.5% 2,579 $25,639,000 $25,754,865 2
10 10 - The Last House on the Left (2009) Universal $2,611,000 $2,644,295 $+33,295 +1.3% 2,251 $28,459,000 $28,492,330 3
8 8 - Watchmen Warner Bros. $2,755,000 $2,732,439 $-22,561 -0.8% 2,010 $103,296,000 $103,273,462 4
16 16 - Gran Torino Warner Bros. $430,000 $438,481 $+8,481 +2.0% 478 $145,807,000 $145,815,056 16
15 15 - He's Just Not That Into You Warner Bros. (New Line) $470,000 $473,269 $+3,269 +0.7% 506 $92,508,000 $92,510,829 8
- 19 - The Reader Weinstein Company $310,000 $308,495 $-1,505 -0.5% 324 $33,486,000 $33,484,347 16
- 48 - Crossing Over Weinstein Company $38,000 $36,095 $-1,905 -5.0% 42 $404,000 $402,469 5
- 67 - Fanboys Weinstein Company $9,450 $10,193 $+743 +7.9% 28 $622,000 $622,879 8
TOTALS:$142,665,550$144,202,538$+1,536,988+1.1%34,088 
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* Production Budget in millions. On average, studios earn around 55 percent of the final gross.

Note: Studio Estimates are the estimated weekend grosses that each distributor makes for its own movies on Sunday mornings—based on grosses for Friday and Saturday plus a projection for Sunday. This chart view shows how accurate the studios were.



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