'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






Little Fockers (2010)




True Grit (2010)




TRON: Legacy (2010)




Yogi Bear (2010)




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




Tangled (2010)




The Fighter (2010)




Gulliver’s Travels (2010)




Black Swan (2010)




The King’s Speech (2010)



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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