Sunday, March 14, 2010

Top 10 at the Weekend Box Office

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  • Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland easily remained at #1 this weekend with $62 million. The Disney fantasy has climbed to a $208.6 million total domestically, becoming the first $200 million hit released this year. And it took in nearly as much as the rest of the top 10 movies combined.
  • In only its second weekend in theaters, Alice in Wonderland pulled ahead of the $206.5 million domestic haul of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to become the top-grossing of Johnny Depp and Burton's seven films together, which include Edward Scissorhands, Sweeney Todd and Corpse Bride.
  • After nearly three months in theaters, Avatar remained strong -- earning another $6.6 million to raise its domestic total to $730.3 million. The 20th Century Fox release has topped $2.6 billion worldwide.
  • All figures are industry estimates. Actual figures are released on Monday.
  • Reviews of Green Zone, Brooklyn's Finest, Avatar and other movies not in the top ten can be found by clicking on the Film Reviews archive icon at left.
  • Sources: Nielsen EDI,, AP

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