'Fockers' Retains Top Spot At Box Office

'Fockers' Retains Top Spot At Box Office

‘Little Fockers’ holds on to #1 during New Years weekend.

“Little Fockers” Remains At #1 For Second Week In A Row”

“Little Fockers” held tight at the #1 spot for the second week in a row during the New Years weekend pulling in $26.3 million in three days and tallying up $103.2 million to date. The third film in the “Fockers” franchise beat “True Grit,” which earned $24.5 million for the weekend and $86.8 million to date. On Friday, “True Grit” shot to #1, yet “Little Fockers” was the comeback film on Saturday.

“Tron: Legacy” was in 3rd place with $18.3 million and pulling in #130.9 million since its release date. According to “Hitflix,” Disney’s Sci-Fi extravaganza will face its toughest test on January 14th, when it looses a significant number of IMAX screens to Sony Pictures’ “The Green Hornet.”

“Yogi Bear” came in 4th place, grossing another $13 million, making so far its total to $66 million.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader dropped to #5, pulling in only $10.5 million and earning just $87.1 million since its release date. Overseas sales have helped save the third sequel in the franchise, with 70% of its worldwide gross coming from foreign markets.

Released in only 700 theaters nationwide, “The King’s Speech” entered the top 10, banking in $7.5 million.

USA Weekend Box-Office Summary Week of 31 December 2010

Rank

Title

Weekend

Gross

1

Little Fockers (2010)

$26.3M

$103M

2

True Grit (2010)

$24.5M

$86.8M

3

TRON: Legacy (2010)

$18.3M

$131M

4

Yogi Bear (2010)

$13M

$66.1M

5

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010)

$10.5M

$87.1M

6

Tangled (2010)

$10M

$168M

7

The Fighter (2010)

$10M

$46.4M

8

Gulliver’s Travels (2010)

$9.1M

$27.2M

9

Black Swan (2010)

$8.45M

$47.4M

10

The King’s Speech (2010)

$7.65M

$22.8M

The box office results this week back in 1997 are as followed:

1. Michael – $52,733,564 12
2. Jerry Maguire – $83,006,355 24
3. Scream - $39,084,452 17
4. 101 Dalmatians – $121,788,625
5. One Fine Day – $32,246,925 17


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