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This database contains comprehensive box office data on motion pictures with opening weekends of at least $15 million since 1989. All information has been manually updated on a weekly basis using published industry data. These figures are the most accurate available and are in US Dollars.
Each film has an Opening and Closing date. Those movies without a Closing date are still playing in theaters as of the last update. The Total Gross represents the entire run of the picture. Opening Gross indicates the opening weekend gross. For films debuting on only a few screens the Opening Gross is for the first weekend of wide release.
Weekends are 3-day figures (Friday - Sunday) unless otherwise noted. An asterisk ( * ) indicates a 4-day holiday opening weekend figure, a carat ( ^ ) represents a 5-day opening weekend figure, while a number sign ( # ) denotes a 2-day opening. Opening Theaters indicate the number of theaters a film debuted in. Widest Theaters indicate the number of theaters at its widest point of distribution.
1st Wk % represents the percentage of Total Gross achieved during its opening weekend. This is an indicator of a film's durability. A higher percentage means it faded quickly and a lower percentage means it showed good "legs" at the box office. Per Thtr is the per-theater average for the film.
Last Updated : September 24, 2010