Sunday, December 18, 2011

BOX OFFICE:Sherlock and Alvin Take a Dive



What was suppose to be a big holiday rush starting this week, turned into one of the biggest bombs this year. Sherlock 2 and Alvin were going to kickstart the flagging season but either people are not interested in movies a week before Christmas or the movies were not interesting. SH 2 has been getting the better reviews but is underperforming. Still it could have decent legs and everyone is off next Friday for Christmas so maybe it will do well.

Domestic Box Office Dec. 16-Dec. 18

Title/Weeks in Release/Studio/Theater Count/Weekend Total/Cume

1. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (1), Warner Bros./3,703, $40 million

2. Avlin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked (1), 20th Century Fox/2,723, $23.5 million

3. Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (1), Paramount/425, $13 million, $13.6 million

4. New Year's Eve (2), Warner Bros./New Line/3,505, $7.4 million, $24.8 million

5. The Sitter (2), 20th Century Fox/2,850, $4.4 million, $17.1 million

6. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn--Part 1 (5), Summit/2,958, $4.3 million, $266.4 million

7. Young Adult (2), Paramount/986, $3.7 milllion, $4.1 million

8. Hugo (4), Paramount/2,523, $3.6 million, $39.1 million

9. Arthur Christmas (4), Sony/2,929, $3.6 million, $38.5 million

10. The Muppets (4), Disney/2,808 $3.5 million, $70.9 million



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