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Per Theater Chart Goes Through Hell

October 12th, 2011

There were no films that reached the $10,000 mark on this week's per theater chart. The film that came closest was Real Steel with an average of $7,942, which is good for a wide release, but disappointing for the top film on the per theater chart. The best limited release was Munger Road with an average of $5,675 during its second week of release. This is excellent for the genre and bodes well for its home market run. As for the best new limited release, that was Hell and Back Again with just $3,413 in its lone theater. It's hard to put a good spin on that result.

The other new limited releases include The Way, with an average of just $3,346 in 33 theaters. Rascals and Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence were neck-and-neck with averages of $2,755 and $2,748 respectively. Dirty Girl just missed the Mendoza Line with an average of $1,984 in nine theaters. Blackthorn was a little weaker with an average of $1,907 in eight theaters. 1911 opened in 33 theaters but only managed an average of $1,692


Filed under: Weekend Box Office, Theater Averages, Dirty Girl, Real Steel, The Way, Hell and Back Again, Blackthorn, Munger Road, Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence, Xinhai geming, Rascals