Lost Leads the Way
September 16th, 2003
Lost in Translation did huge business the past weekend taking in nearly $1 million in less than 2 dozen theatres. Its $40,221 per theatre average was not only head and shoulders above its nearest rival; it's the highest in the past several months. If this is any indicator, then Lost in Translation should do very well when it opens wide in two weeks.
Next on the charts was Touchez Pas au Grisbi in its second week of re-release. It's average rose to $12,158, but this was due to a cut in its theatre count. Also appearing on the charts were all three major releases this week in 4th (Once Upon a Time in Mexico), 7th (Matchstick Men) and 10th (Cabin Fever.)
Submitted by: C.S.Strowbridge
Filed under: Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Lost in Translation, Matchstick Men, Cabin Fever