Box Office 2008: The Actual Numbers

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Worldwide

1. Run, Fat Boy, Run ($22,9 million)
2. My Brother Is an Only Child ($10,1 million)
3. Cassandra's Dream ($8 million)
4. Mongol ($7,1 million)
5. 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days ($5 million)
6. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ($4,2 million)
7. The Fox and the Child ($3,5 million)
8. 88 Minutes ($3,2 million)
9. Paranoid Park ($3 million)
10. My Blueberry Nights ($2,9 million)
11. Love Songs ($2,6 million)
12. The Counterfeiters ($2,4 million)
13. Flawless ($2,2 million)
14. Rogue ($1,6 million)
15. Brick Lane ($1,3 million)
16. City of Men ($1,2 million)
17. Penelope ($1 million)
18. When Did You Last See Your Father ($1 million)
19. Under the Same Moon ($0,8 million)
20. The Last Mistress ($0,7 million)
 
Year-to-date comparison

Total box office numbers between 1 January and 3 January

2008: $99,2 million
2007: $93,7 million
2006: $112,6 million
2005: $118,4 million
2004: $164,5 million
 
Haha^

Interesting so far. . .
 
North America

1. One Missed Call ($12,5 million)
 
ComingSoon's predictions:

First Sunday: $12 to 14 million opening weekend and $45 million total.

The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything – A VeggieTales Movie: $6 to 8 million opening weekend and just under $30 million total

In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale: $4 to 5 million opening weekend and less than $8 million total.
 
Worldwide

1. Run, Fat Boy, Run ($22,9 million)
2. The Fox and the Child ($18,1 million)
3. One Missed Call ($13,6 million)
4. My Brother Is an Only Child ($10,1 million)
5. Cassandra's Dream ($8,7 million)
6. Mongol ($7,1 million)
7. 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days ($5,2 million)
8. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ($4,2 million)
9. My Blueberry Nights ($4,2 million)
10. 88 Minutes ($3,2 million)
11. Paranoid Park ($3,2 million)
12. The Band's Visit ($3,1 million)
13. Love Songs ($2,7 million)
14. The Counterfeiters ($2,5 million)
15. Flawless ($2,3 million)
16. Rogue ($1,6 million)
17. Brick Lane ($1,3 million)
18. City of Men ($1,2 million)
19. Penelope ($1 million)
20. When Did You Last See Your Father ($1 million)
 
North America

1. One Missed Call ($20,5 million)
2. First Sunday ($17,7 million)
3. The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything ($4,3 million)
4. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ($3 million)
 
ComingSoon's predictions:

Cloverfield: $39 to 42 million over the four-day weekend but less than $100 million total.

27 Dresses: $20 to 23 million over the four-day weekend on its way to $75 million or more.

Mad Money: $6 to 8 million over the four-day weekend and roughly $20 million total.
 
Worldwide

1. Run, Fat Boy, Run ($22,9 million)
2. One Missed Call ($21,2 million)
3. First Sunday ($19,4 million)
4. The Fox and the Child ($19,3 million)
5. My Brother Is an Only Child ($10,2 million)
6. Cassandra's Dream ($9,3 million)
7. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ($8,5 million)
8. Mongol ($7,1 million)
9. 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days ($5,4 million)
10. My Blueberry Nights ($5 million)
11. The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything ($4,6 million)
12. The Band's Visit ($3,7 million)
13. Paranoid Park ($3,3 million)
14. 88 Minutes ($3,2 million)
15. 27 Dresses ($3,2 million)
16. Love Songs ($2,7 million)
17. The Counterfeiters ($2,5 million)
18. Flawless ($2,3 million)
19. Rogue ($1,6 million)
20. Brick Lane ($1,3 million)
 
North America

1. Cloverfield ($46,1 million)
2. First Sunday ($30,2 million)
3. 27 Dresses ($27,4 million)
4. One Missed Call ($24,9 million)
5. Mad Money ($9,3 million)
6. The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything ($8,7 million)
7. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ($4,5 million)
 
ComingSoon's predictions:

Rambo: $16 to 19 million opening weekend but less than $45 million total.

Untraceable: $9 to 11 million opening weekend and less than $30 million total.

Meet the Spartans: $11 to 13 million opening weekend and less than $30 million total.

How She Move: $4 to 6 million opening weekend and $15 to 16 million total.
 
Worldwide

1. Cloverfield ($52,7 million)
2. 27 Dresses ($37,2 million)
3. First Sunday ($30,5 million)
4. One Missed Call ($25,4 million)
5. Run, Fat Boy, Run ($22,9 million)
6. The Fox and the Child ($20,8 million)
7. Cassandra's Dream ($10,2 million)
8. My Brother Is an Only Child ($10,1 million)
9. Mad Money ($9,8 million)
10. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ($9,7 million)
11. The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything ($8,8 million)
12. Mongol ($7,1 million)
13. 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days ($5,8 million)
14. My Blueberry Nights ($5,4 million)
15. The Band's Visit ($4 million)
16. Paranoid Park ($3,3 million)
17. 88 Minutes ($3,2 million)
18. Love Songs ($2,7 million)
19. The Counterfeiters ($2,5 million)
20. Still Life ($2,3 million)
 
North America

1. Cloverfield ($64,3 million)
2. 27 Dresses ($45,1 million)
3. First Sunday ($34,5 million)
4. One Missed Call ($26,1 million)
5. Meet the Spartans ($18,5 million)
6. Rambo ($18,2 million)
7. Mad Money ($15,3 million)
8. Untraceable ($11,4 million)
9. The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything ($10,3 million)
10. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ($4,8 million)
11. How She Move ($4 million)
12. U2 3D ($1,2 million)
 
When is Run, Fat Boy Run coming to the states?
 
ComingSoon's predictions:

The Eye: $12 to 15 million opening weekend and around $35 million total.

Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour: $11 to 14 million opening weekend and roughly $28 million before ending its limited theatrical run in one week. (Unless Disney decides to extend it longer.)

Over Her Dead Body: $5 to 8 million opening weekend and around $20 million total.

Strange Wilderness: $2 to 4 million opening weekend and roughly $7 million total.
 
Worldwide

1. Cloverfield ($81,5 million)
2. 27 Dresses ($59,3 million)
3. First Sunday ($35,1 million)
4. One Missed Call ($26,5 million)
5. Rambo ($25,6 million)
6. Run, Fat Boy, Run ($22,9 million)
7. The Fox and the Child ($21,6 million)
8. Meet the Spartans ($21,1 million)
9. Mad Money ($16,3 million)
10. Untraceable ($13,5 million)
11. The Edge of Heaven ($11,7 million)
12. Cassandra's Dream ($10,7 million)
13. The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything ($10,5 million)
14. My Brother Is an Only Child ($10,2 million)
15. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ($10 million)
16. Irina Palm ($9 million)
17. Mongol ($7,1 million)
18. My Blueberry Nights ($6,3 million)
19. 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days ($6,2 million)
20. How She Move ($4,5 million)
 
North America

1. Cloverfield ($71,9 million)
2. 27 Dresses ($57,2 million)
3. First Sunday ($36,6 million)
4. Hannah Montana/Miley Cirus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour ($31,1 million)
5. Rambo ($29,9 million)
6. Meet the Spartans ($28,5 million)
7. One Missed Call ($26,4 million)
8. Untraceable ($19,1 million)
9. Mad Money ($18,5 million)
10. The Eye ($12,4 million)
11. The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything ($11,2 million)
12. How She Move ($6,1 million)
13. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ($4,8 million)
14. Over Her Dead Body ($4 million)
15. Strange Wilderness ($3 million)
16. U2 3D ($2,1 million)
 
Year-to-date comparison

Total box office numbers between 1 January and 3 February

2008: $968,5 million
2007: $812,8 million
2006: $826,4 million
2005: $778 million
2004: $778,9 million
 
ComingSoon's predictions:

Fool's Gold: $21 to 24 million opening weekend and $75 to 80 million total.

Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins: $17 to 20 million opening weekend and $45 to 50 million total.

Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show: $1.5 to 3 million opening weekend and $5 to 6 million total.
 
Worldwide

1. Cloverfield ($109,1 million)
2. 27 Dresses ($72,5 million)
3. Rambo ($41,7 million)
4. Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour ($40,1 million)
5. First Sunday ($37 million)
6. Meet the Spartans ($31,1 million)
7. One Missed Call ($26,9 million)
8. Run, Fat Boy, Run ($22,9 million)
9. The Fox and the Child ($22,1 million)
10. Untraceable ($20,5 million)
11. Mad Money ($19,2 million)
12. The Eye ($14,3 million)
13. Cassandra's Dream ($13,5 million)
14. The Edge of Heaven ($11,8 million)
15. The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything ($11,3 million)
16. My Brother Is an Only Child ($10,4 million)
17. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale ($10,2 million)
18. Irina Palm ($9,2 million)
19. Caramel ($7,6 million)
20. Mongol ($7,1 million)
 

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