Harry Potter Box Office

July 17, 2011 by Post Team 

Harry Potter Box OfficeHarry Potter Box Office, Fter mark the debut largest midnight opening day, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2″ also won the big one: best weekend. According to studio estimates, the film PG-13 magicians and collected 168.6 million this weekend, beating “The Dark Knight’s” record and 158 400 000 and give Warner Bros. the two best opening weekend ever. However, when adjusted for inflation, Knight would still be king and about 173 million in ticket prices today. However, everyone involved in the eighth and final “Potter” movie should be very proud. Not only does the film a record amount of moolah, but is currently the best version of comprehensive review of the years, according to both Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes. He received a total of “A” rating from the audience CinemaScore.

“Potter” sold a million records and 15.5 in IMAX theaters, according to the company of the big screen. Conversion of 3-D movie, however, produced mediocre results, as only 43 percent of the film debut came in 3-D screens. “Transformers: Dark of the Moon”, by comparison, harvesting 60 percent of its opening from 3-D projections. Overseas, where the public still in love with 3-D, was “Potter” in three dimensions share a strong 61 percent. Speaking of foreigners, “Potter” and grossed 307 million in 59 countries, surpassing “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Stranger Tides” and 260.4 million for the most external opening of all time. Add to total national and worldwide debut “Potter” becomes and 475.6 million, beating the previous all-time and reference point of 394 million set by “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.”

The film should be taken into account, was front-loading. Nationally, “Potter” fell 53 percent from Friday to Saturday, which is more pronounced on Friday to Saturday drop ever for a film opening in over 2,000 theaters. While it’s gross 92.1 million Friday and was the largest single-day counts always, your estimated gross of 42.9 million Saturday ranks ninth among all the results on Saturday. This kind of massive decline was expected, with a multitude of “Potter” fans that choose to see the movie ASAP. It will be interesting to see how the film holds up next week as the initial “Potter” mania gone.

For we all forget, other films also played this weekend. New Disney’s “Winnie the Pooh”, debuted in sixth place and 8 million. G-rated image led the opening of “Pooh Heffalump Movie” (and 5.8 million) and “Piglet’s Big Movie” (and 6.1 million), but did not “The Tigger Movie” (and 9 4 million). CinemaScore audiences gave it an “A-” grade. Interestingly, 2 percent of the participants listed CinemaScore “actress in a leading role” as a reason why he attended “Winnie the Pooh.” Explain that one to me.

Among the relics, “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” dropped 55 percent to 21.3 million, bringing the cumulative total of the action film to 302.8 million. The comedy “The Boss horrible” and “Zookeeper” held up well, slipping only 38 percent and 39 percent and 17.6 million and 12.3 million respectively. Pixar’s “Cars 2,” completed the five and 8.3 million.

In limited release, the historical drama “Snow Flower” and “Secret Fan” made of 24 rooms and 136,000, while Errol Morris’s documentary “Tabloid” sold 101 000 and 14 localities. Entertainment Distributor ARC has not released a specific estimate of Sarah Palin’s new documentary “The Undefeated,” but a source close to the film said it earned between 60,000 and 75,000 and 10, and theaters. And Woody Allen’s “Midnight in Paris” became the director of the highest grossing film with a cumulative total of 41.8 million, from the 1986 film “Hannah and Her Sisters.”

Come back next week as the superhero movie “Captain America: The First Avenger” and the R-rated comedy “friends with benefits” attempt to spoil the “Potter” party.

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