Weekend Box Office Chart for September 8th to September 10th

It shattering records over the weekend with a very nice $117.2 million take in the domestic box office making it the largest opening ever for a horror movie.

1. It $123.1 Total: $123.1
2. Home Again $9.0 Total: $9.0
3. The Hitman’s Bodyguard $4.8 Total: $64.8
4. Annabelle: Creation $4.0 Total: $96.2
5. Wind River $3.2 Total: $25.0
6. Leap! $2.5 Total: $15.8
7. Spider-Man: Homecoming $2.0 Total: $327.7
8. Dunkirk $1.8 Total: $183.0
9. Logan Lucky $1.8 Total: $25.2
10. The Emoji Movie $1.0 Total: $82.5

Weekend Box Office Chart for October 28th to October 30th

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Boo! A Madea Halloween won’t win any awards, actually it’s terrible, but people don’t seem to care as it takes the number one spot for a second week in a row with a $52 million take so far.

1. Boo! A Madea Halloween $16.6 Total: $52.0
2. Inferno $15.0 Total: $15.0
3. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back $9.5 Total: $39.6
4. The Accountant $8.4 Total: $61.2
5. Ouija: Origin of Evil $7.0 Total: $24.6
6. The Girl on the Train $4.2 Total: $65.9
7. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children $3.9 Total: $79.8
8. Keeping Up with the Joneses $3.3 Total: $10.7
9. Storks $2.7 Total: $68.2
10. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil $2.1 Total: $2.1

Weekend Box Office Chart for April 15th to April 17th

With one of the biggest April debuts ever, Walt Disney’s The Jungle Book opened with sweet $103.6 million. We are now sure to see live action versions of everything.

1. The Jungle Book $103.5 Total: $103.5
2. Barbershop: The Next Cut $20.2 Total: $20.2
3. The Boss $10.1 Total: $40.3
4. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice $9.0 Total: $311.3
5. Zootopia $8.2 Total: $307.4
6. Criminal $5.8/$5.8
7. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 $3.2 Total: $52.0
8. Miracles from Heaven $1.9 Total: $56.9
9. God’s Not Dead 2 $1.7 Total: $16.9
10. Eye in the Sky $1.6 Total: $13.1

Weekend Box Office Totals for December 20th to December 22nd

Some impressive pre-Christmas totals for you guys this week. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug held kept the top spot with a nice $31.4 million while Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues came in second with a hefty $26.7 Million. Continue reading Weekend Box Office Totals for December 20th to December 22nd

Weekend Box Office Chart for June 8th to June 10th

Overall it was one of Hollywood’s bigger weekends with Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo, and Melman the Giraffe taking the top spot with a $60.3 million debut (domestically) and Prometheus in the number 2 spot with a respectable $50 million. Continue reading Weekend Box Office Chart for June 8th to June 10th

Weekend Box Office Total for September 23th to September 25th

Walt Disney’s The Lion King (In 3D) was # 1 for the second weekend in a row with another cool $22.1 million bringing it’s total up to $61.6m. Following close behind in it’s opening weekend was Brad Pitt’s baseball drama Moneyball, that opened at No. 2 with a very respectable $20.6 million. Continue reading Weekend Box Office Total for September 23th to September 25th

Weekend Box Office Total for September 16th to September 18th

Well it was a week for kids, with a re-release of The Lion King opening at the top of the box office, the 3D version earning a surprising $29.3 million during its first opening weekend. Continue reading Weekend Box Office Total for September 16th to September 18th

Weekend Box Office Chart forMarch 19th to March 21st.

Johnny Depp and Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland took in $34.5 million to remain the No. 1 movie for a third-straight weekend.

1. Alice in Wonderland $34.5 Total: $265.8
2. Diary of a Wimpy Kid $21.8 Total: $21.8
3. The Bounty Hunter $21.0 Total: $21.0
4. Repo Men $6.1 Total: $6.1
5. She’s Out of My League $6.0 Total: $19.9
6. Green Zone $5.9 Total: $24.7
7. Shutter Island $4.7 Total: $115.7
8. Avatar $4.0 Total: $736.8
9. Our Family Wedding $3.8 Total: $13.6
10. Remember Me $3.3 Total: $13.9
11. The Ghost Writer $2.1 Total: $6.8
12. Brooklyn’s Finest $1.6 Total: $24.8

Weekend Boxoffice Chart for March 12th to March 14th

Following that white rabbit into the hole once more, Alice in Wonderland led the box office for a second weekend in a row for a total of $208 Million.

1. Alice in Wonderland $62.0 Total: $208.6
2. Green Zone $14.5 Total: $14.5
3. She’s Out of My League $9.6 Total: $9.6
4. Remember Me $8.3 Total: $8.3
5. Shutter Island $8.1 Total: $108.0
6. Our Family Wedding $7.6 Total: $7.6
7. Avatar $6.6 Total: $730.3
8. Brooklyn’s Finest $4.2 Total: $21.3
9. Cop Out $4.2 Total: $39.4
10. The Crazies $3.6 Total: $33.3
11. Crazy Heart $3.1 Total: $34.2
12. Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief $3.1 Total: $82.3

Weekend Box Office Chart for March 5th to March 7th

Alice in Wonderland earned a massive $116.3 million in its opening weekend as Tim Burton and Johnny Depp’s trip down the rabbit hole drew huge crowds and massive profits.

1. Alice in Wonderland $116.3 Total: $116.3
2. Brooklyn’s Finest $13.5 Total: $13.5
3. Shutter Island $13.3 Total: $95.8
4. Cop Out $9.1 Total: $32.3
5. Avatar $7.7 Total: $720.1
6. The Crazies $7.0 Total: $27.4
7. Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief $5.1 Total: $78.0
8. Valentine’s Day $4.2 Total: $106.4
9. Crazy Heart $3.3 Total: $29.5
10. Dear John $2.8 Total: $76.6
11. Tooth Fairy $2.8 Total: $56.2
12. The Wolfman $1.6 Total: $60.4

Weekend Box office Chart for January 29th to January 31st.

Guess who is still number one? Avatar edged closer to the record North American haul of Titanic after earning $30 million during its seventh chart-topping weekend.

1. Avatar $30.0 Total: $594.4
2. Edge of Darkness $17.1 Total: $17.1
3. When in Rome $12.0 Total: $12.0
4. The Tooth Fairy $10.0 Total: $26.1
5. The Book of Eli $8.7 Total: $74.3
6. Legion $6.8 Total: $28.6
7. The Lovely Bones $4.7 Total: $38.0
8. Sherlock Holmes $4.5 Total: $197.5
9. Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel $4.0 Total: $209.2
10. It’s Complicated $3.7 Total: $104.0
11. The Blind Side $3.0 Total: $237.9
12. Up in the Air $2.7 Total: $73.1

Weekend Box Office Chart for January 8th to January 10th

Avatar ruled the icy throne that is the North American box office for a fourth weekend this Sunday. I think it is currently the 2nd highest grossing movie of all time.

Here is the Weekend Box office Chart For January 8th to January 10th (and boy was it cold this weekend!)

1. Avatar $48.5 Total: $429.0 (Worldwide: $1,341,694,147…. WOW)
2. Sherlock Holmes $16.6 Total: $165.1
3. Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel $16.3 Total: $178.1
4. Daybreakers $15.0 Total: $15.0
5. It’s Complicated $11.0 Total: $76.3
6. Leap Year $9.1 Total: $9.1
7. The Blind Side $7.7 Total: $219.1
8. Up in the Air $7.1 Total: $54.7
9. Youth in Revolt $7.0 Total: $7.0
10. The Princess and the Frog $4.7 Total: $92.6
11. Invictus $1.7 Total: $33.5
12. The Twilight Saga: New Moon $1.6 Total: $290.7

Weekend Box Office Chart for November 20th to November 22nd.

The Twilight Saga: New Moon hit the third-highest opening weekend of all time at the North American box office, earning an estimated $140.7 million during its first three days. I don’t think that’s shocking news to anyone really with how well the first one did.

Here is the Weekend Box Office Chart for the weekend of November 20th to November 22nd.

1. The Twilight Saga: New Moon $140.7 Total: $140.7
2. The Blind Side $34.5 Total: $34.5
3. 2012 $26.5 Total: $108.2
4. Planet 51 $12.6 Total: $12.6
5. A Christmas Carol $12.2 Total: $79.7
6. Precious $11.0 Total: $21.4
7. The Men Who Stare at Goats $2.7 Total: $27.6
8. Couples Retreat $1.9 Total: $105.0
9. The Fourth Kind $1.7 Total: $23.3
10. Law Abiding Citizen $1.6 Total: $70.0
11. Michael Jackson’s This Is It $1.5 Total: $70.2
12. Pirate Radio $1.4 Total: $5.1