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Weekend Box Office Estimates: Mar 21-23, 2008

Weekend Box Office Estimates: Mar 21-23, 2008
Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears A Who! (Fox)       $25.1 million  2 wk total $86.5m
Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns (Lionsgate)  $20.0 million  opening weekend
Shutter (Fox)                                           $10.7 million  opening weekend
Drillbit Taylor (Paramount)                        $10.2 million  opening weekend
10,000 B.C. (Warner Bros.)                       $8.7 million  3 wk total $76.1m
Never Back Down (Summit)                      $4.9 million  2 wk total $16.8m
College Road Trip (Buena Vista)                $4.6 million  3 wk total $32.0m
The Bank Job (Lionsgate)                         $4.1 million  3 wk total $19.4m
Vantage Point (Sony)                               $3.8 million – 5 wk total $65.3m
Under the Same Moon (Weinstein Co.)       $2.6 million  opening weekend
Source:
Box Office Mojo

Filed under: Charts, film, movies

Weekend Box Office Estimates

Weekend Box Office Estimates: Jan 4-6, 2008
National Treasure: Book of Secrets           $20.2 million – 3 wk total $171.0m
I am Legend (Warner Bros.)                      $16.3 million – 4 wk total $228.6m
Juno (Fox Searchlight)                             $16.2 million – 5 wk total $52.0m
Alvin & the Chipmunks (Fox)                     $16.0 million – 4 wk total $176.7m
One Missed Call (Warner Bros.)                  $13.5 million – opening weekend
Charlie Wilson’s War (Universal)                 $8.2 million – 3 wk total $52.6m
P.S. I Love You (Warner Bros.)                  $8.0 million – 3 wk total $39.4m
The Water Horse (Sony Revolution)            $6.3 million – 2 wk total $30.9m
Sweeney Todd (Paramount/Dreamworks)     $5.4 million – 3 wk total $38.5m
Atonement (Focus)                                 $5.1 million – 5 wk total $19.2m
Source: Box Office Mojo

Filed under: Charts, film, movies

Weekend Box Office Estimates Nov. 30 -Dec. 2, 2007

Weekend Box Office Estimates: Nov 30-Dec 2, 2007
Enchanted (Buena Vista)                          $17.0 million – 2 wk total $70.6m
This Christmas (ScreenGems)                    $8.4 million – 2 wk total $36.9m
Beowulf (Paramount)                               $7.9 million – 3 wk total $68.6m
Awake (MGM/W                                      $6.0 million – opening weekend
Hitman (Fox)                                          $5.8 million – 2 wk total $30.2m
Fred Claus (Warner Bros.)                         $5.5 million – 4 wk total $59.8m
August Rush (Warner Bros.)                      $5.2 million – 3 wk total $20.4m
No Country for Old Men (Miramax)              $4.5 million – 4 wk total $23.0m
Bee Movie (Paramount/Dreamworks)           $4.5 million – 5 wk total $117.6m
American Gangster (Universal)                   $4.3 million – 5 wk total $121.7m
Source: Box Office Mojo

Filed under: Charts, film, movies

Weekend Box Office estimates Sept. 28-30

Weekend Box Office Estimates: September 28-30, 2007
Game Plan (Buena Vista)                          $22.7 million – opening weekend
The Kingdom (Universal)                          $17.7 million – opening weekend
Resident Evil:Extinction (ScreenGems)        $8.0 million – 2 wk total $36.8m
Good Luck Chuck (Lionsgate Films)            $6.3 million – 2 wk total $23.6m
3:10 to Yuma (Lionsgate)                        $4.2 million – 4 wk total $43.9m
The Brave One (Warner Bros.)                  $3.8 million – 3 wk total $30.9m
Mr. Woodcock (NewLine)                         $3.0 million – 3 wk total $19.6m
Eastern Promises (Focus)                        $2.9 million – 3 wk total $11.2m
Sydney White (Universal)                        $2.7 million – 2 wk total $8.6m
Across the Universe (SonyRevolution)        $2.1 million – 3 wk total $5.5
Source: Box Office Mojo

Filed under: Charts, film

Weekend Box Office

4-Day Holiday Weekend Box Office Estimates: August 31-September 3, 2007
Halloween (2007)(MGM/W)                       $31.0 million – opening weekend
Superbad (Sony)                                    $15.6 million – 3 wk total $92.4m
Balls of Fury (Rogue Pictures)                   $13.8 million – opening weekend
The Bourne Ultimatum (Universal)              $13.2 million – 5 wk total $202.6m
Rush Hour 3 (New Line)                           $10.3 million – 4 wk total $122.2m
Mr. Bean’s Holiday (Universal)                   $8.1 million – 2 wk total $21.1m
The Nanny Diaries (MGM/W)                     $6.4 million – 2 wk total $16.5m
Death Sentence (Fox)                             $5.2 million – opening weekend
WAR (Lionsgate)                                    $5.1 million – 2 wk total $17.9m
Stardust (Paramount)                             $3.9 million – 4 wk total $31.9m
Source: Box Office Mojo

Filed under: Charts, film, movies

Weekend Box Office estimates Aug. 17-19

Weekend Box Office Estimates: August 17-19, 2007
Superbad (Sony)                                    $31.2 million – opening weekend
Rush Hour 3 (New Line)                           $21.8 million – 2 wk total $88.2m
The Bourne Ultimatum (Universal)              $18.9 million – 3 wk total $163.8m
The Simpsons Movie (Fox)                        $6.7 million – 4 wk total $165.1m
The Invasion (Warner Bros.)                     $6.0 million – opening weekend
Stardust (Paramount)                              $5.2 million – 2 wk total $19.1m
Hairspray 2007 (New Line)                       $4.3 million – 5 wk total $100.6m
Underdog (Buena Vista)                           $3.6 million – 3 wk total $31.7m
Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix (Warner Bros.) $3.5 million – 6 wk total $278.7m
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (Universal) $3.5 million – 5 wk total $110.4m
Source: Box Office Mojo

Filed under: Charts, film, movies

Weekend Box Office Estimates: August 3-5, 2007

Weekend Box Office Estimates: August 3-5, 2007
The Bourne Ultimatum (Universal)              $70.2 million – opening weekend
The Simpsons Movie (Fox)                        $25.6 million – 2 wk total $128.6m
Underdog (Buena Vista)                           $12.0 million – opening weekend
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (Universal) $10.6 million – 3 wk total $91.7m
Hairspray 2007 (New Line)                       $9.3 million – 3 wk total $78.9m
Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix (Warner Bros.) $9.3 million – 4 wk total $260.8m
No Reservations (Warner Bros.)                $6.6 million – 2 wk total $24.1m
Transformers (Paramount/DreamWorks)     $5.95 million – 5 wk total $296.3m
Hot Rod (Paramount)                              $5.0 million – opening weekend
BRATZ (Lionsgate)                                 $4.3 million – opening weekend

Filed under: Charts, film, movies

Billboard Revamps Hot 100 Chart With Online Music Data From AOL Music and Yahoo!

Call it a sign of the times – Billboard will now include weekly streamed and on-demand music data to its Hot 100 chart.

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Billboard Revamps Hot 100 Chart With Online Music Data From AOL Music and Yahoo!
New York, NY (Billboard Publicity Wire) August 3, 2007 — Billboard, the world’s most comprehensive source of music, digital data and events, today announced an expansion of its Hot 100 formula to include weekly streamed and on-demand music data to the chart’s traditional mix of sales and radio airplay. Keeping pace with the growth of digital delivery, Billboard’s franchise chart will be supplemented by weekly data from AOL Music (www.music.aol.com) and Yahoo! Music, two of the most prominent sources of online music.

Throughout the chart’s 49-year history, The Billboard Hot 100 has determined the most popular songs by aggregating sales and radio data. Digital delivery began playing an important role in the chart’s composition in February 2005, when Billboard factored in the sale of digital tracks, as measured by Nielsen SoundScan from a comprehensive panel of online merchants.

Filed under: Charts, digital, entertainment, Internet, trends, websites

Box Office Estimates: June 29 – July 1, 2007

Weekend Box Office Estimates: June 29-July 1, 2007
Ratatouille (Buena Vista)                         $47.2 million – opening weekend
Live Free or Die Hard (Fox)                      $33.2 million – opening weekend
Evan Almighty (Universal)                        $15.1 million – 2 wk total $60.6m
1408 (MGM/Weinstein)                            $10.6 million – 2 wk total $40.3m
Fantastic Four (Fox)                               $9.0 million – 3 wk total $114.8m
Knocked Up (Universal)                           $7.4 million – 5 wk total $122.4m
Ocean’s 13 (Warner Bros.)                       $6.1 million – 4 wk total $102.1m
Pirates: At World’s End (Buena Vista)        $5.0 million – 6 wk total $295.7m
Sicko (Lionsgate)                                   $4.5 million – 2 wk total $4.6m
Evening (Focus)                                     $3.4 million – opening weekend
Source: Box Office Mojo

Filed under: Charts, film, movies

What people are doing online

Chart: Who Participates And What People Are Doing Online

Filed under: Charts, Internet

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