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Daily Domestic Chart for Friday March 22nd, 2002

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  MovieDistributorGrossChangeThtrs.Per Thtr.Total GrossDays
1 new Blade 2 New Line $11,731,000   2,707 $4,334   $11,731,000 1
2 (1) Ice Age 20th Century Fox $7,473,000 +199% 3,345 $2,234   $64,709,000 8
3 (-) ET: The Extra-Terrestrial Universal $4,704,000   3,010 $1,563   $404,509,000 7,225
4 (3) Showtime Warner Bros. $2,634,000 +212% 2,917 $903   $21,292,000 8
5 (2) Resident Evil Sony Pictures $2,503,000 +163% 2,528 $990   $24,736,000 8
6 (5) We Were Soldiers Paramount Pictures $2,080,000 +245% 2,859 $728   $57,990,000 22
7 (4) The Time Machine Dreamworks SKG $1,543,000 +135% 2,809 $549   $44,378,000 15
8 new Sorority Boys Walt Disney $1,418,000   1,801 $787   $1,418,000 1
9 (7) A Beautiful Mind Universal $1,104,000 +200% 1,533 $720   $151,727,000 92
10 (6) 40 Days and 40 Nights Miramax $908,000 +134% 1,831 $496   $32,365,000 22
11 (9) John Q New Line $645,000 +174% 1,302 $495   $66,068,000 36
12 (8) All About the Benjamins New Line $607,000 +112% 1,123 $541   $19,487,000 15
13 (10) The Lord of the Rings: The … New Line $598,000 +188% 1,317 $454   $295,765,000 94
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