Monday, July 17, 2006

Box Office Report: July 14-16

Although it did have a fairly steady drop-off in its second weekend, “Pirates” ruled the box office for the second straight weekend, making it the highest grossing film in America for 2006, thus far. It also set a couple of new box office records, including the largest 10-day opening ever. Newcomers “Little Man” and “You, Me and Dupree” fought it out for a distant second place, amidst largely negative reviews.

1. “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”
(Weekend domestic gross - $62.3 million)
(Worldwide gross - $382.4 million)
(Budget - $225 million)
2. “Little Man”
(Weekend domestic gross - $21.6 million)
(Worldwide gross - $22.8 million)
(Budget - $64 million)
3. “You, Me and Dupree”
(Weekend domestic gross - $21.5 million)
(Worldwide gross - $21.5 million)
(Budget - $54 million)
4. “Superman Returns”
(Weekend domestic gross - $12.3 million)
(Worldwide gross - $241.3 million)
(Budget - $260 million)
5. “The Devil Wears Prada”
(Weekend domestic gross - $10.4 million)
(Worldwide gross - $83.7 million)
(Budget - $35 million)
6. “Cars”
(Weekend domestic gross - $7.8 million)
(Worldwide gross - $301.5 million)
(Budget - $120 million)
7. “Click”
(Weekend domestic gross - $7.3 million)
(Worldwide gross - $130.8 million)
(Budget - $82.5 million)
8. “The Lake House”
(Weekend domestic gross - $1.7 million)
(Worldwide gross - $57.4 million)
(Budget - N/A)
9. “Nacho Libre”
(Weekend domestic gross - $1.6 million)
(Worldwide gross - $77.2 million)
(Budget - $35 million)
10. “A Scanner Darkly”
(Weekend domestic gross - $1.3 million)
(Worldwide gross - $1.9 million)
(Budget - N/A)

2006 Year-To-Date
1. “The Da Vinci Code”

(Worldwide gross - $735.9 million)
(Budget - $125 million)
2. “Ice Age: The Meltdown”
(Worldwide gross - $641.5 million)
(Budget - $80 million)
3. “X-Men: The Last Stand”
(Worldwide gross - $437.7 million)
(Budget - $210 million)
4. “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”
(Worldwide gross - $382.4 million)
(Budget - $225 million)
5. “Mission: Impossible III”
(Worldwide gross - $361.4 million)
(Budget - $150 million)
6. “Cars”
(Worldwide gross - $301.5 million)
(Budget - $120 million)
7. “Superman Returns”
(Worldwide gross - $241.3 million)
(Budget - $260 million)
8. “Over the Hedge”
(Worldwide gross - $239.1 million)
(Budget - N/A)
9. “Inside Man”
(Worldwide gross - $182.7 million)
(Budget - $45 million)
10. “Scary Movie 4”
(Worldwide gross - $174.9 million)
(Budget - $45 million)

1 comment:

Jack said...

Please tell me that you won't waste your time reviewing "Little Man." It's such a waste of celluloid.