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Anger Sees a lot of Upside

March 15th, 2005

As expected, both Millions and The Upside of Anger made it to the $10,000 club. However, they finished in the opposite order than expected. The Upside of Anger topped the charts with $211,559 in 9 theatres for an impressive average of $23,507. That bodes well for this weekend, when it expands into more than 100 theaters, and the weekend after when it goes wide. Millions, on the other hand, opened a little lower than expected but still very strong, with an average of $14,045 in just 5 theaters. The last film in the $10,000 club was Best of Youth, which saw its weekend haul climb by 37.85% to $10,325 in its loan theater. That's even more impressive when you take into account its 6 hour runtime.

This past week also saw some milestones reached for several Per Theater Charts alumnus:

  • Bride and Prejudice hit $3 million late last week and is already at nearly $4 million. Look for it to cross $4 million during the mid week and maybe even cross $5 million before the weekend is over.
  • Finding Neverland is just wrapping up its amazing run, hitting $50 million over the weekend.

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Filed under: Finding Neverland, The Upside of Anger, Bride & Prejudice, Millions, La meglio gioventù