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On This Day - March 15

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Record Day

The chart below contains the top 10 movies based on daily domestic revenue recorded on March 15.

Year Title Day of
Week
Day Domestic
Box Office
2008 Horton Hears a Who Saturday $18,773,953 $154,529,439
2015 Cinderella Sunday $17,825,512 $201,151,353
2002 Ice Age Friday $13,743,000 $176,387,405
2013 Oz the Great and Powerful Friday $11,384,147 $234,770,996
2003 Bringing Down the House Saturday $9,945,069 $132,675,402
2014 Mr. Peabody & Sherman Saturday $9,518,316 $111,506,430
2014 300: Rise of an Empire Saturday $7,901,863 $106,580,051
2008 10,000 B.C. Saturday $7,006,286 $94,784,201
2009 Race to Witch Mountain Sunday $6,769,520 $67,172,594
2014 Need for Speed Saturday $6,730,248 $43,568,507

Record Opening Day

The chart below contains the top movies based on domestic opening day on March 15.

Year Title Day of
Week
Opening
Day
Domestic
Box Office
2002 Ice Age Friday $13,743,000 $176,387,405
2002 Resident Evil Friday $6,724,000 $40,119,709
2013 The Call Friday $6,180,553 $51,872,378
2002 Showtime Friday $5,009,000 $37,948,765
2013 The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Friday $3,708,678 $22,537,881

Record Weekend

The chart below contains the top 10 movies based on domestic revenue recorded on a weekend where Friday, Saturday or Sunday was March 15.

Year Title Weekend Domestic
Box Office
2015 Cinderella $67,877,361 $201,151,353
2002 Ice Age $46,312,454 $176,387,405
2008 Horton Hears a Who $45,012,998 $154,529,439
2013 Oz the Great and Powerful $41,252,702 $234,770,996
2009 Race to Witch Mountain $24,402,214 $67,172,594
2003 Bringing Down the House $22,054,934 $132,675,402
2014 Mr. Peabody & Sherman $21,809,249 $111,506,430
2014 300: Rise of an Empire $19,201,345 $106,580,051
2014 Need for Speed $17,844,939 $43,568,507
2009 Watchmen $17,817,301 $107,509,799

Future Releases

Movies to be released on this date in the future: 2019: Untitled Jordan Peele Project, Amusement Park

Born and Died

Born on this day in history: Jai Courtney (1986, turned 31 this year)

Note: The charts on this page are not adjusted for inflation.

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