|1||Alice in Wonderland||$34,500,000 (-45.0%)||$9,227||$265,800,000|
|3||The Bounty Hunter||$21,000,000||$6,831||$21,000,000|
|5||She’s Out of My League||$6,015,000 (-38.5%)||$2,033||$19,954,000|
|6||Green Zone||$5,963,000 (-58.3%)||$1,985||$24,702,000|
|7||Shutter Island||$4,755,000 (-41.6%)||$1,759||$115,770,000|
|9||Our Family Wedding||$3,800,000 (-50.2%)||$2,362||$13,668,000|
|10||Remember Me||$3,300,000 (-59.2%)||$1,490||$13,900,000|
This just in: The monkey that went to heaven.
Producer and founder of Geekweek.com Jeff Katz made an excellent point on
So Alice will make its way into the $300 million dollar range. Is this 3-D, is this inflated prices, is this the movie, is this Stockholm syndrome? I have no idea. but if Clash of the Titans does anywhere near this sort of business, Warner’s people will act out the Mick Jagger David Bowie “Dancing in the Streets” music video. The secret weapon here seems to be girls, which Clash won’t have in the same way, but this does disprove release dates are barometer of when a film can become successful.
Such cannot be said for Green Zone, which looks even worse on week two. Kind of a disaster. No one thought this would be a grand slam, but I don’t know if Universal was prepared for how terrible a gross this is. Repo Men is also not much of a winner, so that’s two back-to-back not great films in a row, and then there’s Wolf Man. Repo Men may find a home later, but no one likes later. Everyone wants now.
Avatar‘s got $750 in its sights as a final resting place until re-release. Shutter Island could hold on for $130, and it should be within the range of