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New Year's Day (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted)


See also: New Year's Day (Opening, 3-Day) - New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day) - New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted)

Other Domestic Holiday 3-Day Opening Weekend (Inflation Adjusted) records: Martin Luther King - Super Bowl - Washington's Birthday - Easter - Memorial Day - Independence Day - Labor Day - Columbus Day - Halloween - Veterans Day - Thanksgiving - Christmas

This chart contains the domestic box office for movies for New Year's Day 3-Day Weekends (Opening Weekend, Inflation Adjusted).

Only movies that made at least $1.0 million (inflation adjusted) during their 3 day opening weekend are included in this chart.

Rank Date Movie Weekend Total
Gross
Week
1 Jan 4, 2013 Texas Chainsaw 3D $23,688,875 $37,032,562 1
2 Dec 30, 1994 The Jungle Book $21,374,686 $91,251,160 2
3 Jan 3, 2014 Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones $19,421,326 $34,465,129 1
4 Dec 29, 2006 Dreamgirls $18,620,677 $132,306,421 3
5 Dec 31, 1993 Tombstone $18,219,856 $118,803,321 2
6 Jan 2, 2015 The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death $16,008,268 $27,683,633 1
7 Dec 30, 2011 War Horse $15,872,342 $86,974,210 2
8 Jan 1, 2016 The Hateful Eight $15,834,788 $54,875,427 2
9 Dec 31, 2004 The Aviator $15,830,007 $139,836,687 3
10 Dec 31, 1993 Grumpy Old Men $15,646,318 $147,881,230 2
11 Jan 4, 2008 One Missed Call $15,073,014 $32,395,383 1
12 Dec 31, 2004 Fat Albert $14,174,390 $66,376,718 2
13 Dec 30, 1994 I.Q. $13,525,401 $53,947,429 2
14 Dec 30, 2005 Rumor Has It $12,637,179 $57,486,084 2
15 Dec 31, 2010 Gulliver's Travels $10,195,926 $46,815,210 2
16 Dec 30, 2016 Fences $10,123,394 $57,682,904 3
17 Dec 31, 2010 The King’s Speech $8,524,430 $151,526,297 6
18 Dec 31, 2004 Darkness $6,429,363 $30,631,146 2
19 Dec 31, 2004 The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou $6,162,424 $33,038,952 4
20 Dec 30, 1994 Prêt-à-Porter $6,011,962 $23,370,345 2
21 Dec 30, 2005 The Producers: The Movie Musical $5,417,963 $25,924,448 3
22 Dec 30, 2005 Wolf Creek $5,065,758 $21,726,490 2
23 Dec 29, 2006 Black Christmas $4,917,114 $21,104,227 1
24 Dec 30, 2011 The Darkest Hour $4,581,684 $23,356,289 2
25 Jan 3, 1986 Head Office $4,518,364 $7,912,778 1
26 Jan 4, 2002 Impostor $4,499,970 $9,222,198 1
27 Jan 4, 2013 Promised Land $4,412,057 $8,183,730 2
28 Dec 31, 1999 Fantasia 2000 (IMAX) $3,900,205 $97,327,741 1
29 Dec 31, 1993 Ghost in the Machine $3,874,596 $9,930,961 1
30 Dec 31, 1993 Batman: Mask of the Phantasm $2,938,265 $11,756,466 2
31 Dec 29, 1995 Four Rooms $2,537,240 $8,499,101 1

The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

This table is updated daily to reflect the latest studio reports.

Note: This chart is adjusted for ticket price inflation. The gross is estimated based on how much the movie would have made if it sold as many tickets today as when it was originally released. The chart takes into account re-releases during the life of the movie.