Saturday, November 17, 2012

Pre-Turkey Day Derby

Wreck-It Ralph continues to sprint right along:

1. Breaking Dawn Part 2 (Summit/Lionsgate) NEW [Runs 4,070] PG13 Friday $71.2M, Weekend $135.3M

2. Skyfall (Eon/MGM/Sony) Week 2 [Runs 3,505] PG13 Friday $12.3M (-60%), Weekend $40.4M, Cume $160.3M

3. Lincoln (DreamWorks/Fox/Disney) Week 2 [Runs 1,775] PG13 Friday $6.3M, Weekend $20.1M, Cume $21.5M

4. Wreck-It Ralph (Disney) Week 3 [Runs 3,622] PG Friday $4.4M, Weekend $18.6M, Cume $121.8M

5. Flight (Paramount) Week 3 [Runs 2,612] R Friday $2.5M, Weekend $8.7M, Cume $61.5M

6. Argo (Warner Bros) Week 6 [Runs 2,210] R Friday $1.1M, Weekend $3.9M, Cume $91.9M

7. Taken 2 (Fox) Week 7 [Runs 2,063] PG13 Friday $650K, Weekend $2.2M, Cume $134.7M

8. Pitch Perfect (Universal) Week 8 [Runs 1,122] PG13 Friday $390K, Weekend $1.3M, Cume $61.1M

9. Jab Tak Hai Jaan (Yash Raj Films) NEW [Runs 161] NR Friday $367K, Weekend $1.2M

10. Here Comes The Boom (Sony) Week 6 [Runs 1,350] PG Friday $330K, Weekend $1.2M, Cume $41.1M

Ralph which cost a hundred million less than Tangled, not (avoiding a dozen years of development will do that) has so far made $121+ million, and should come in around $190-$210 million when all the receipts are counted.

Box Office Mojo has a handy chart comparing different Disney digital releases:

Domestic Grosses

Chicken Little -- $135.4 million

Tangled -- $200.8 million

Wreck-It Ralph -- $121.8 million (ongoing)


Anonymous said...

Ralph is definitely going to out-earn Tangled (at least domestically).

This bodes very well for Disney.

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