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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
3 3 - Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Buena Vista $39,321,000 $39,828,974 $+507,974 +1.3% 4,164 $152,916,000 $153,424,261 2
- 27 - Insidious FilmDistrict $167,000 $163,203 $-3,797 -2.3% 186 $52,738,000 $52,734,457 9
- 23 - Hanna Focus Features $190,000 $219,139 $+29,139 +15.3% 216 $39,500,000 $39,528,661 8
- 30 - Jane Eyre Focus Features $167,000 $160,360 $-6,640 -4.0% 143 $10,670,000 $10,656,311 12
10 10 - Rio Fox $1,780,000 $1,804,883 $+24,883 +1.4% 1,672 $134,821,000 $134,846,157 7
12 12 - Water for Elephants Fox $1,075,000 $1,087,568 $+12,568 +1.2% 794 $54,404,000 $54,417,033 6
16 15 -1 The Tree of Life Fox Searchlight $352,000 $372,920 $+20,920 +5.9% 4 $352,000 $372,920 1
- 25 - Win Win Fox Searchlight $192,000 $195,965 $+3,965 +2.1% 124 $9,643,000 $9,646,650 11
13 13 - Cave of Forgotten Dreams IFC $456,000 $431,062 $-24,938 -5.5% 118 $2,643,000 $2,618,534 5
15 17 +2 Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family Lionsgate $373,000 $335,126 $-37,874 -10.2% 359 $52,336,000 $52,298,036 6
- 26 - The Lincoln Lawyer Lionsgate $200,000 $191,573 $-8,427 -4.2% 166 $56,799,000 $56,790,942 11
- 82 - Go For It Lionsgate $1,300 $1,528 $+228 +17.5% 14 $178,000 $178,164 3
- 44 - The First Grader National Geographic Entertainment $55,700 $57,239 $+1,539 +2.8% 36 $138,000 $139,768 3
- 37 - Meek's Cutoff Oscilloscope Pictures $95,500 $96,828 $+1,328 +1.4% 40 $602,000 $603,102 8
5 5 - Thor Paramount $9,365,000 $9,533,870 $+168,870 +1.8% 3,296 $159,710,000 $159,893,173 4
17 16 -1 Rango Paramount $335,000 $359,511 $+24,511 +7.3% 280 $121,689,000 $121,715,382 13
2 2 - Kung Fu Panda 2 Paramount (DreamWorks) $48,000,000 $47,656,302 $-343,698 -0.7% 3,925 $53,800,000 $53,460,431 1
19 19 - Everything Must Go Roadside Attractions $269,000 $272,793 $+3,793 +1.4% 161 $2,092,000 $2,096,211 3
- 31 - The Conspirator Roadside Attractions $170,000 $155,130 $-14,870 -8.7% 137 $11,169,000 $11,154,917 7
11 11 - Priest Sony / Screen Gems $1,700,000 $1,772,996 $+72,996 +4.3% 1,918 $27,262,000 $27,335,277 3
7 7 - Midnight in Paris Sony Classics $1,919,000 $1,929,562 $+10,562 +0.6% 58 $2,824,000 $2,834,546 2
- 24 - Incendies (U.S. only) Sony Classics $208,000 $199,060 $-8,940 -4.3% 72 $898,000 $888,568 6
- 46 - POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold Sony Classics $64,400 $52,878 $-11,522 -17.9% 141 $566,000 $554,426 6
- 18 - Source Code Summit Entertainment $324,000 $321,925 $-2,075 -0.6% 299 $53,434,000 $53,432,413 9
- 35 - The Beaver Summit Entertainment $108,000 $106,185 $-1,815 -1.7% 109 $768,000 $765,733 4
8 9 +1 Jumping the Broom TriStar $1,900,000 $1,823,631 $-76,369 -4.0% 939 $34,181,000 $34,104,697 4
14 14 - Soul Surfer TriStar $400,000 $401,011 $+1,011 +0.3% 401 $41,289,000 $41,290,033 8
4 4 - Bridesmaids Universal $16,373,000 $16,551,355 $+178,355 +1.1% 2,958 $84,980,000 $85,157,910 3
6 6 - Fast Five Universal $6,618,000 $6,409,150 $-208,850 -3.2% 2,981 $196,027,000 $195,818,250 5
- 21 - Hop Universal $220,000 $227,240 $+7,240 +3.3% 299 $107,501,000 $107,508,645 9
1 1 - The Hangover Part II Warner Bros. $86,480,000 $85,946,294 $-533,706 -0.6% 3,615 $118,090,000 $117,556,661 1
9 8 -1 Something Borrowed Warner Bros. $1,845,000 $1,860,855 $+15,855 +0.9% 1,440 $34,759,000 $34,775,181 4
- 20 - Born to Be Wild (IMAX) Warner Bros. $258,000 $247,612 $-10,388 -4.0% 47 $5,899,000 $5,887,526 8
- 33 - Scream 4 Weinstein / Dimension $122,000 $124,908 $+2,908 +2.4% 261 $37,880,000 $37,883,262 7
- 43 - Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil Weinstein Company $70,000 $66,811 $-3,189 -4.6% 203 $9,453,000 $9,449,621 5
- 60 - The King's Speech (PG-13) Weinstein Company $14,000 $11,588 $-2,412 -17.2% 18 $3,324,000 $3,321,172 9
TOTALS:$221,187,900$220,977,035$-210,865-0.1%31,594 
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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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