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Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Box Office 14-16 May

Sorry for the late Box Office post - half the industry in Cannes, I'm in Barcelona, etc etc

To the relief of the good folk at Universal, ROBIN HOOD debuted at number one, despite Russell Crowe's best efforts to undermine the entire campaign with grumpy interviews. No other new entries crack the Top 10 apart from previews for STREET DANCE 3D, which will be added up on to next week's figures. IRON MAN 2 falls dramatically, showing that these tentpoles have little life in them beyond opening weekends. Chris Morris' excellent FOUR LIONS on the other hand shows some legs with an additional half million added to its coffers.

1- ROBIN HOOD (£6,175,586)
2-IRON MAN 2 (£1,644,704)
3-NIGHTMARE OF ELM STREET (£727,270)
4-HOT TUB TIME MACHINE (£645,246)
5-FURRY VENGEANCE (£573,788)
6-FOUR LIONS (£562,166)
7-THE BACK-UP PLAN (£529,387)
8-HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON (£267,034)
9-THE LAST SONG (£195,597)
10-DATE NIGHT (£142,993)

1 comment:

  1. I couldn't have done that better myself... literally.

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