Weekend B.O. (Feb. 10-12)

Weekend B.O. (Feb. 10-12)

They're smiling in the executive offices in Hollywood because everyone came out to see movies this weekend with the four major weekend releases all opening strong.

The romantic soaper The Vow edged out Denzel Washington's thriller Safe House, though the film over-performed, pulling in $10 million more than what experts predicted it would make this weekend. This makes it the second biggest b.o. opening for Washington after American Gangster, which pulled in $43.5 million on its opening weekend. People love Denzel when he's mean.

On the other end, Red Tails slipped out of the the top ten list into the No. 11 slot and is out of gas, while The Descendants still steadily, makes money week after week becoming writer/director Alexander Payne's most successful film to date.

1) The Vow SGem  $41,700,000 

2) Safe House Uni.  $39,300,000 

3 ) Journey 2: The Mysterious Island WB  $27,550,000 

4 ) Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (3D) Fox  $23,000,000 

5 ) Chronicle Fox  $12,300,000  Total: $40,167,000 

6 ) The Woman in Black CBS $10,300,000 Total: $35,456,000 

7) The Grey ORF $5,080,000  Total: $42,822,000 

8)  Big Miracle Uni. $3,900,000 Total: $13,200,000 

9) The Descendants FoxS $3,500,000  Total: $70,729,000 

10)  Underworld Awakening SGem $2,500,000 Total: $58,900,000

11)  Red Tails Fox $2,400,000 Total: $45,063,000 

12) One For the Money LGF $2,300,000  Total: $23,679,000 

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Comments

ladyb

Yaaay! mean Denzel is SEXY

Darkan

Always glad to see Denzel do well even when he plays mean which he's awesome at but the big deal here is Chronicle which cost hardly anything to make had no star power and very menial marketing and it's made 40 Million! Wow. Now that's impressive.

FOXY

Good for THE man.

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