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Old 08-27-05, 06:13 PM
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Friday night box office?

Usually by now someone has posted the #'s for Friday...Box Office Mojo doesn't have it up yet...do any other sites have it up? I don't know what other sites list stats, so that's why i'm asking here.
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I haven't seen it on any other sites either.
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1) Brothers Grimm 5.8

2) 40 Year Old Virgin 4.7
37.2

3) Red Eye 3.4
25.9

4) Four Brothers 2.1
49.3

5) Dukes Of Hazzard 2.0
73.1

6) Cave 2.0

7) Wedding Crashers 1.8
182.8

8) Skeleton Key 1.4
34.7

9) March Of The Penuins 1.3
52.5

10) Valiant 1.0
9.1
Old 08-27-05, 08:26 PM
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www.showbizdata.com usually has them pretty much first, although they've been known to be off the mark sometimes.
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BOM says this:

"NOTE: Due to incomplete and inaccurate info at this time, Friday estimates will be published on Sunday morning along with the weekend studio estimates."
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WEEKEND...


1 The 40-Year-Old Virgin $16,434,000
$48,726,000

2 The Brothers Grimm $15,093,000

3 Red Eye $10,400,000
$32,676,000

4 Four Brothers $7,825,000
$55,331,000

5 Wedding Crashers $6,250,000
$187,718,000

6 The Cave $6,200,000

7 March of the Penguins $4,570,000
$55,721,000

8 The Skeleton Key $4,385,000
$37,899,000

9 Valiant $3,352,000
$11,551,000

10 The Dukes of Hazzard $3,045,000
$74,391,000
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Note: 40-Year-Old Virgin was down a whopping 23.3%, Red Eye 35.7%, Wedding Crashers 21.9%
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YES! I was hoping "Virgin" would beat "Grimm." On its way to $100 million I hope, it deserves it.
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I knew " Dirty Deeds " and " Undiscovered " wouldn't crack the top 10.

*Ok I checked and Dirty Deeds is playing in only 64 theaters.

So what's Ashlee's excuse ?

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Originally Posted by scott shelton
WEEKEND...
The thread says Friday's Box Office. Why has the entire weekend's numbers been posted here.


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Very glad Red Eye held its own.
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UNDISCOVERED made a whopping $690,000 for the entire weekend. I think it averaged a little under 600 dollars per screen!
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Those damn_penguins are sure hanging in there.
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Haha. That poor POSER.
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i've never even heard of undiscovered.
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Undiscovered is Ashlee Simpson's much anticipated movie debut. Come on man! Where ya been!
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Movie goers apparently didn't discover it.
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wow, you'd think i would have known about the greatest vocalist of our times acting debut...
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Probably being one of two people on this board to have sat through UNDISCOVERED, I will say that Simpson is the least of the film's problems.
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Great to see The 40-Year-Old Virgin doing well. I hope Steve Carrell becomes a huge star. He's cool.
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I'll bet some of those penguins are sorry now that they didn't hold out for a percentage deal!
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Originally Posted by scott shelton
Probably being one of two people on this board to have sat through UNDISCOVERED, I will say that Simpson is the least of the film's problems.
At least tell us that you got in for free. Please?
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Originally Posted by marty888
I'll bet some of those penguins are sorry now that they didn't hold out for a percentage deal!
Lawsuit pending...
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Originally Posted by Charlie Goose
At least tell us that you got in for free. Please?
I did.

What can I say? I was curious about how bad it was.

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