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Box Office Estimates: "Volver," "Babel," "Fur"

By Indiewire | Indiewire November 12, 2006 at 9:03AM

Pedro Almodovar's "Volver" maintained a healthy percentage of its box office in its second weekend, according to a Sony Pictures Classics estimate. The film made an estimated 172,340 on 5 screens, for a per screen average of 34,468 and an estimated total of 466,204 so far. (Last weekend, the film made $197,703 on 5 screens for $39,541 per screen.) Paramount Vantage expanded "Babel" to 1,251 screens this weekend, earning an estimated 5,650,631, for an average of 4,517 and an estimated total of 7,487,893 so far. "Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus," from Picturehouse, earned an estimated $30,000 on 4 screens, according to Box Office Mojo, for an estimated $7,500 per screen average. [Eugene Hernandez]
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Pedro Almodovar's "Volver" maintained a healthy percentage of its box office in its second weekend, according to a Sony Pictures Classics estimate. The film made an estimated 172,340 on 5 screens, for a per screen average of 34,468 and an estimated total of 466,204 so far. (Last weekend, the film made $197,703 on 5 screens for $39,541 per screen.) Paramount Vantage expanded "Babel" to 1,251 screens this weekend, earning an estimated 5,650,631, for an average of 4,517 and an estimated total of 7,487,893 so far. "Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus," from Picturehouse, earned an estimated $30,000 on 4 screens, according to Box Office Mojo, for an estimated $7,500 per screen average. [Eugene Hernandez]





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