Box Office 2006 Part 2

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  1. Galactus

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    Since my original thread was ruined by spamming idiots I had it deleted and it will happen again if these people continue to do that. Discuss if you want, but I don't wanrt to se spamming in my threads.

    1. Underworld: Evolution ($58,6 million)
    2. Big Momma's House 2 ($56,9 million)
    3. Hostel ($47,3 million)
    4. Glory Road ($41,1 million)
    5. Last Holiday ($37,9 million)
    6. When a Stranger Calls ($36,3 million)
    7. Nanny McPhee ($34,1 million)
    8. Final Destination 3 ($25,7 million)
    9. The Pink Panther ($25,7 million)
    10. Firewall ($18,3 million)
    11. Curious George ($18,2 million)
    12. Annapolis ($15,9 million)
    13. Tristan and Isolde ($14,6 million)
    14. End of the Spear ($10,9 million)
    15. Something New ($9,2 million)
    16. Grandma's Boy ($6,1 million)
    17. BloodRayne ($2,4 million)
    18. Rang De Basanti ($1,6 million)
    19. Roving Mars ($1,1 million)
    20. Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World ($0,9 million)
     
  2. Sava

    Sava Dont cry, my dear

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    sorry Galactus :(
     
  3. The Apatow Crew

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    yeah me too sorry.
     
  4. Galactus

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    Comingsoon's predictions:

    Doogal: $3 to 5 million opening weekend on its way to around $10 million.

    Running Scared: $5 to 7 million opening weekend on its way to $16 to 18 million

    Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion: $18 to 20 million opening weekend on its way to $45 million
     
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    the last one is an iffy one to me. that movie is weird.
     
  6. Sava

    Sava Dont cry, my dear

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    Doogal came out here in the UK a LONG time ago
     
  7. Galactus

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    North America

    1. Big Momma's House 2 ($62,5 million)
    2. Underworld: Evolution ($60,3 million)
    3. Hostel ($47,3 million)
    4. The Pink Panther ($46,5 million)
    5. When a Stranger Calls ($42,1 million)
    6. Glory Road ($41,7 million)
    7. Nanny McPhee ($39,3 million)
    8. Last Holiday ($38,1 million)
    9. Final Destination 3 ($37,3 million)
    10. Curious George ($33,5 million)
    11. Firewall ($28,7 million)
    12. Eight Below ($25 million)
    13. Date Movie ($21,8 million)
    14. Annapolis ($16,5 million)
    15. Tristan and Isolde ($14,6 million)
    16. End of the Spear ($11,3 million)
    17. Something New ($10,6 million)
    18. Freedomland ($6,7 million)
    19. Grandma's Boy ($6,1 million)
    20. BloodRayne ($2,4 million)
     
  8. Galactus

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    Worldwide

    1. Big Momma's House 2 ($98,1 million)
    2. Nanny McPhee ($85,1 million)
    3. Underworld: Evolution ($80,9 million)
    4. The Pink Panther ($52,3 million)
    5. Hostel ($47,6 million)
    6. Final Destination 3 ($46,9 million)
    7. When a Stranger Calls ($42,1 million)
    8. Glory Road ($41,7 million)
    9. Last Holiday ($38,1 million)
    10. Curious George ($33,5 million)
    11. Night Watch ($32 million)
    12. Firewall ($29,8 million)
    13. Eight Below ($25 million)
    14. Date Movie ($23,1 million)
    15. Doogal ($18,3 million)
    16. Joyeux Noel (Merry Christmas) ($16,6 million)
    17. Annapolis ($16,5 million)
    18. Tristan and Isolde ($14,6 million)
    19. End of the Spear ($11,3 million)
    20. Something New ($10,6 million)
     
  9. Sava

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    Nanny McPhee got alot :(
     
  10. Galactus

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    North America

    1. Big Momma's House 2 ($63,3 million)
    2. Underworld: Evolution ($60,7 million)
    3. The Pink Panther ($49,7 million)
    4. Hostel ($47,3 million)
    5. When a Stranger Calls ($43 million)
    6. Glory Road ($41,8 million)
    7. Nanny McPhee ($40,2 million)
    8. Final Destination 3 ($39,4 million)
    9. Last Holiday ($38,2 million)
    10. Curious George ($36,1 million)
    11. Firewall ($30,6 million)
    12. Eight Below ($29,3 million)
    13. Date Movie ($24,7 million)
    14. Annapolis ($16,6 million)
    15. Tristan and Isolde ($14,6 million)
    16. End of the Spear ($11,4 million)
    17. Something New ($10,9 million)
    18. Freedomland ($7,9 million)
    19. Grandma's Boy ($6,1 million)
    20. BloodRayne ($2,4 million)
     
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    D*mn UE wasnt the number 1 movie for January.
     
  12. Galactus

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    1. Big Momma's House 2 ($65,7 million)
    2. Underworld: Evolution ($61,4 million)
    3. The Pink Panther ($60,8 million)
    4. Hostel ($47,3 million)
    5. When a Stranger Calls ($45,5 million)
    6. Eight Below ($45,2 million)
    7. Final Destination 3 ($44,9 million)
    8. Curious George ($43,3 million)
    9. Nanny McPhee ($42,6 million)
    10. Glory Road ($42 million)
    11. Last Holiday ($38,2 million)
    12. Firewall ($37,3 million)
    13. Date Movie ($33,8 million)
    14. Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion ($30 million)
    15. Annapolis ($16,8 million)
    16. Tristan and Isolde ($14,7 million)
    17. End of the Spear ($11,5 million)
    18. Something New ($11,2 million)
    19. Freedomland ($10,8 million)
    20. Grandma's Boy ($6,1 million)
     
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    what the hell is this crap? peopel will see anything.
     
  14. Galactus

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    Comingsoon's predictions:

    16 Blocks: $17 to 19 million opening weekend on its way to $50 million.

    Ultraviolet: $14 to 16 million opening weekend on its way to $35 million tops.

    Aquamarine: $6 to 7 million opening weekend on its way to $15 million.

    Dave Chappelle's Block Party: $10 to 12 million opening weekend on its way to $33 million total.
     
  15. Sava

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    lol... looks like Ultraviolet is another Equilibrium for Kurt
     
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    atleast FD3 did well.
     
  17. Bat Attack

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    especially for the 3rd movie in a horror franchise.
     
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    Madea's Family Reunion had an incredible opening. This together with Big Momma House's sucess seem to indicate that there's clearly a market for black stereotypes. ;)
     
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    Worldwide

    1. Big Momma's House 2 ($108,7 million)
    2. Nanny McPhee ($92 million)
    3. Underworld: Evolution ($82,6 million)
    4. The Pink Panther ($72,9 million)
    5. Final Destination 3 ($58,9 million)
    6. Hostel ($49,7 million)
    7. Eight Below ($46,1 million)
    8. When a Stranger Calls ($45,6 million)
    9. Curious George ($43,7 million)
    10. Glory Road ($42 million)
    11. Date Movie ($40 million)
    12. Firewall ($38,8 million)
    13. Last Holiday ($38,2 million)
    14. Night Watch ($32,3 million)
    15. Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion ($31,7 million)
    16. Doogal ($22,1 million)
    17. Annapolis ($16,8 million)
    18. Joyeux Noel (Merry Christmas) ($16,6 million)
    19. Tristan and Isolde ($14,7 million)
    20. End of the Spear ($11,5 million)
     
  20. The Apatow Crew

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    or cross dressing?
     
  21. Galactus

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    North America

    1. Big Momma's House 2 ($66,2 million)
    2. The Pink Panther ($62,8 million)
    3. Underworld: Evolution ($61,7 million)
    4. Eight Below ($48,5 million)
    5. Hostel ($47,3 million)
    6. Final Destination 3 ($46,5 million)
    7. When a Stranger Calls ($46 million)
    8. Curious George ($44,8 million)
    9. Nanny McPhee ($43,1 million)
    10. Glory Road ($42,1 million)
    11. Firewall ($38,9 million)
    12. Last Holiday ($38,2 million)
    13. Date Movie ($35,6 million)
    14. Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion ($35,1 million)
    15. Annapolis ($16,9 million)
    16. Tristan and Isolde ($14,7 million)
    17. Freedomland ($11,7 million)
    18. End of the Spear ($11,6 million)
    19. Something New ($11,3 million)
    20. Grandma's Boy ($6,1 million)
     
  22. Galactus

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    Year-to-date comparison

    Total box office numbers between 1 January and 2 March

    2006 $1 411,8 million
    2005 $1 400,0 million
    2004 $1 450,4 million
    2003 $1 447,5 million
    2002 $1 398,3 million
     
  23. Sava

    Sava Dont cry, my dear

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    03 and 04 had some big films eh?
     
  24. Galactus

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    At least 2004, if you just look at that time period (1 January-2 March). The Passion of the Christ certainly gave the 2004 numbers a boost.

    I'm a little surprised that 2006 is slightly ahead of last year, since it's been a dull year so far with no movie not even close to $100 million. But then again, 2005 was also a pretty dull year
     

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