Coco avant Chanel

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $6,113,834Details
International Box Office $44,700,000
Worldwide Box Office $50,813,834
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$23,000,000
Theatrical Release: September 25th, 2009 (Limited) by Sony Pictures Classics, released as Coco Before Chanel
Video Release: February 16th, 2010 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 For sexual content and smoking
Keywords: Biography
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 16th, 2010

One of the weakest weeks on the home market for a long while, with only one wide release of note. Granted, Law Abiding Citizen's performance at the box office was much better than expected, but it still only managed to become a midlevel hit. The best of the best is Good Hair, which would be a clear Pick of the Week if the DVD had all the extras they mentioned on the audio commentary track. Alas, there's just the audio commentary track. More...

Awards Season: Avatar Not Hurting for Oscar Nominations

Oscar nominations were announced at 5:38 this morning, continuing a tradition that have never been adequately explained to me. (Why so early in the morning? Does earning an Oscar nomination become sweeter if people have to wake you up to congratulate you?) Leading the way in nominations were Avatar and The Hurt Locker, both of which pick up nine nods each, many of them in the same categories. More...

People Embrace Fantastic Films on the Per Theater Chart

Broken Embraces opened on top of the per theater chart with an impressive average of $53,556 in two theaters, while The Fantastic Mr. Fox was in a close second place with an average $50,878 in four theaters. The overall box office leader, The Twilight Saga - New Moon, placed third with $35,497 in more than 4,000 theaters. Precious saw its best numbers of its run so far, pulling in nearly $11 million in just over 600 theaters for an average of $17,300. The Sun opened with $11,588 in one theater while The Blind Side opened with an average of $10,971 in more than 3,000 theaters. More...

Truly Precious on the Per Theater Chart

Precious had a record-breaking opening on the per theater chart with close to $1.9 million in just 18 theaters for an average of $104,025. This is just shy of the record for best per theater average for a live action movie; however, the current record holder, Dreamgirls, opened in fewer theaters and with prestige pricing, so this is arguably the better result. Precious did set the record for highest per theater average for a film playing in more than 10 theaters.

It wasn't the only film in the $10,000 club with La Danse earning $14,000 in its lone theater while Splinterheads opened with $10,515, also in one theater. More...

Education High on the Per Theater Chart

The per theater chart took a hit over the weekend and no movie topped $10,000; however, An Education was close with an average of $9,737 in 48 theaters. More...

Things are Not Normal on the Per Theater Chart

Paranormal Activity remained on top of the per theater chart with an average of $25,711. The film finally saw its per theater average drop this past weekend, but it should still have no trouble expanding. Second place went to The Maid, which earned $17,036 in one theater. An Education remained in the $10,000 club with an average of $12,882, while A Serious Man took in more than $800,000 in 82 theaters for an average of $10,275. More...

Serious Money on the Per Theater Chart

A Serious Man showed the competition who was serious by earning first place on the per theater chart earning an average of $41,890 in six theaters. Paranormal Activity climbed into the $10,000 club with a sophomore average of $16,129 and now there's a push to get it into 1000 theaters nationwide. More Than a Game earned an average of more than $10,000, $13,067 to be precise, placing third in the process. Coco Before Chanel repeated in the $10,000 club with an average of $12,878, but it will need some strong word-of-mouth if it wants to stay they one more week. More...

Capitalism is a Moneymaker on the Per Theater Chart

Capitalism - A Love Story lead the way on the per theater chart with an average of $57,991 in four theaters over the weekend, while it made nearly $300,000 in just five days. Coco Before Chanel was well back, but it still made an impressive average of $35,427 in five theaters. For both films, this is a good portent for its potential to expand. Brief Interviews with Hideous Men was the only other film in the $10,000 club after it made $18,510 in its lone theater. More...

Weekend Estimates: Moviegoers Enjoy Big Second Helping of Meatballs

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs enjoyed the best second weekend hold of the year for a major release to win the weekend at the box office. The 3D family movie earned $24.6 million, by Sony's estimate, which is down just 19% from its opening. The studio will be hoping that the great word-of-mouth will keep the movie going even with the arrival of the Toy Story 3D Double Feature next weekend. More...

International Details - Viking Still Pillaging International Box Office

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Countdown to Limited Releases

As September ends, we move closer to the start of Awards Season and there are a number of films that look on paper to be Awards Season contenders. There are also a lot of films that are earning terrible reviews and while likely disappear from theaters in short order. Amazingly, the widest release of the week appears to be a Canadian film, Trailer Park Boys - Countdown to Liquor Day. More...

Cast

Audrey Tautou    Coco Chanel
Alessandro Nivola    Arthur Capel

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/01/18 52 $1,807   18 $100   $6,058,566 116

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/09/25 36 $177,339   5 $35,468   $177,339 3
2009/10/02 24 $443,572 +150% 16 $27,723   $1,070,057 10
2009/10/09 22 $496,756 +12% 99 $5,018   $1,778,610 17
2009/10/16 21 $388,985 -22% 99 $3,929   $2,376,792 24
2009/10/23 20 $353,056 -9% 63 $5,604   $2,908,829 31
2009/10/30 20 $321,811 -9% 77 $4,179   $3,393,319 38
2009/11/06 20 $545,146 +69% 307 $1,776   $4,107,048 45
2009/11/13 21 $424,011 -22% 256 $1,656   $4,847,752 52
2009/11/20 23 $236,495 -44% 184 $1,285   $5,288,153 59
2009/11/27 26 $197,578 -16% 145 $1,363   $5,627,432 66
2009/12/04 33 $81,193 -59% 103 $788   $5,795,589 73
2009/12/11 42 $38,522 -53% 68 $567   $5,884,975 80
2009/12/18 42 $28,206 -27% 53 $532   $5,938,293 87
2009/12/25 52 $13,230 -53% 19 $696   $5,964,683 94
2010/01/01 52 $20,459 +55% 28 $731   $5,997,682 101
2010/01/08 53 $15,580 -24% 23 $677   $6,027,993 108
2010/01/15 57 $8,337 -46% 18 $463   $6,056,759 115
2010/01/22 63 $7,525 -10% 18 $418   $6,075,032 122
2010/01/29 64 $13,780 +83% 52 $265   $6,095,004 129
2010/02/05 82 $3,880 -72% 27 $144   $6,109,075 136

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