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October 30-November 1, 2009
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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
1 1 - Michael Jackson's This Is It Sony $21,300,000 $23,234,394 $+1,934,394 +9.1% 3,481 $32,509,000 $34,442,926 1
2 2 - Paranormal Activity Par. $16,540,000 $16,387,327 $-152,673 -0.9% 2,404 $84,780,000 $84,627,372 6
3 3 - Law Abiding Citizen Over. $7,303,000 $7,403,630 $+100,630 +1.4% 2,764 $51,385,000 $51,485,280 3
4 4 - Couples Retreat Uni. $6,097,000 $6,460,525 $+363,525 +6.0% 3,026 $86,663,000 $87,026,280 4
6 5 -1 Where the Wild Things Are WB $5,081,000 $5,931,417 $+850,417 +16.7% 3,645 $61,800,000 $62,650,379 3
5 6 +1 Saw VI LGF $5,560,000 $5,270,794 $-289,206 -5.2% 3,036 $22,824,000 $22,534,749 2
8 7 -1 Astro Boy Sum. $3,035,000 $3,460,651 $+425,651 +14.0% 3,020 $10,891,000 $11,316,418 2
7 8 +1 The Stepfather (2009) SGem $3,400,000 $3,207,792 $-192,208 -5.7% 2,346 $24,748,000 $24,555,801 3
10 9 -1 Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant Uni. $2,809,000 $3,098,185 $+289,185 +10.3% 2,754 $10,521,000 $10,809,975 2
9 10 +1 Amelia FoxS $3,000,000 $3,034,667 $+34,667 +1.2% 1,070 $8,306,000 $8,340,499 2
11 11 - Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Sony $2,700,000 $2,747,476 $+47,476 +1.8% 2,322 $118,557,000 $118,604,078 7
12 12 - Zombieland Sony $2,600,000 $2,620,655 $+20,655 +0.8% 2,056 $71,161,000 $71,181,556 5
13 13 - A Serious Man Focus $970,000 $1,036,396 $+66,396 +6.8% 238 $4,530,000 $4,595,629 5
16 14 -2 The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day App. $462,000 $546,687 $+84,687 +18.3% 68 $462,000 $546,687 1
14 15 +1 An Education SPC $505,000 $467,376 $-37,624 -7.5% 48 $1,575,000 $1,537,993 4
15 16 +1 Halloween II (2009) W/Dim. $475,000 $445,344 $-29,656 -6.2% 1,083 $33,126,000 $33,096,757 10
17 17 - Good Hair RAtt. $423,000 $422,938 $-62 -0.0% 416 $3,454,000 $3,453,510 4
18 19 +1 Capitalism: A Love Story Over. $373,000 $373,992 $+992 +0.3% 492 $13,664,000 $13,664,911 6
- 20 - Coco Before Chanel SPC $255,000 $322,211 $+67,211 +26.4% 107 $2,116,000 $3,392,343 6
- 21 - Toy Story / Toy Story 2 (3D) BV $259,000 $262,347 $+3,347 +1.3% 343 $30,590,000 $30,593,152 5
- 22 - Surrogates BV $248,000 $251,979 $+3,979 +1.6% 357 $38,005,000 $38,008,686 6
- 24 - Whip It FoxS $187,000 $196,089 $+9,089 +4.9% 260 $12,602,000 $12,610,792 5
- 26 - New York, I Love You Viv. $167,000 $177,335 $+10,335 +6.2% 86 $1,000,000 $1,010,662 3
- 28 - Bright Star App. $126,000 $132,684 $+6,684 +5.3% 142 $4,115,000 $4,121,818 7
- 31 - Inglourious Basterds Wein. $98,000 $114,162 $+16,162 +16.5% 148 $119,580,000 $119,596,251 11
- 36 - G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra Par. $82,000 $91,344 $+9,344 +11.4% 205 $150,158,000 $150,167,630 13
- 37 - Love Happens Uni. $87,000 $87,885 $+885 +1.0% 189 $22,926,000 $22,927,390 7
- 40 - The Damned United SPC $48,200 $62,572 $+14,372 +29.8% 45 $240,000 $254,648 4
- 42 - The September Issue RAtt. $60,000 $57,067 $-2,933 -4.9% 46 $3,594,000 $3,590,964 10
- 43 - Fame (2009) MGM $53,000 $56,295 $+3,295 +6.2% 172 $22,300,000 $22,303,092 6
- 44 - More Than a Game LGF $55,500 $55,679 $+179 +0.3% 111 $829,000 $829,412 5
- 45 - The Boys Are Back Mira. $56,000 $55,258 $-742 -1.3% 86 $783,000 $783,013 6
- 50 - Antichrist IFC $50,400 $49,292 $-1,108 -2.2% 14 $158,000 $156,318 2
- 55 - 9 Focus $25,500 $32,953 $+7,453 +29.2% 91 $31,382,000 $31,389,319 8
- 66 - Passport to Love Vari. $18,400 $18,054 $-346 -1.9% 9 $145,000 $145,002 4
- 73 - (Untitled) Gold. $12,600 $13,901 $+1,301 +10.3% 4 $38,000 $39,292 2
- 76 - Gentlemen Broncos FoxS $10,000 $11,502 $+1,502 +15.0% 2 $10,000 $11,502 1
- 86 - White on Rice Vari. $5,900 $5,293 $-607 -10.3% 1 $51,800 $51,288 8
TOTALS:$84,537,500$88,204,148$+3,666,648+4.3%36,687 
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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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