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Box Office Performance for Lionsgate in 2011

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RankMovieRelease
Date
GenreMPAA
Rating
2011 GrossTickets Sold
1 The Lincoln Lawyer 3/18/2011 Thriller/Suspense R $58,009,200 7,315,157
2 Madea's Big Happy Family 4/22/2011 Drama PG-13 $53,345,287 6,727,022
3 Abduction 9/23/2011 Thriller/Suspense PG-13 $28,087,155 3,541,885
4 Conan the Barbarian 8/19/2011 Action R $21,295,021 2,685,374
5 Warrior 9/9/2011 Drama PG-13 $13,657,115 1,722,208
6 From Prada to Nada 1/28/2011 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $3,033,623 382,550
7 Rabbit Hole 12/17/2010 Drama PG-13 $1,793,829 226,207
8 Salvando al Soldado Perez 9/2/2011 Action PG-13 $1,400,726 176,636
9 The Devil's Double 7/29/2011 Drama R $1,361,512 171,691
10 No Eres Tu, Soy Yo 4/8/2011 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $1,339,911 168,967
11 Go For It! 5/13/2011 Drama PG-13 $180,237 22,728
12 Pastorela 12/2/2011 R $161,194 20,327
13 Labios Rojos 10/14/2011 R $136,163 17,170
14 For Colored Girls 11/5/2010 Drama R $52,924 6,673
15 The Next Three Days 11/19/2010 Thriller/Suspense PG-13 $19,303 2,434
Total Gross of All Movies$183,873,200
Total Tickets Sold23,187,029

Note: This chart ranks movies by the amount they earned during 2011. It includes movies released in previous years that earned money during 2011. For example, a movie released over Thanksgiving in 2010 will most likely earn money in 2010 and 2011. Click on the individual movie to see its total gross over all the years in which it played.

Inflation-adjusted figures are based ticket sale estimates, and may not be precise due to rounding errors.

Our Theatrical Market pages are based on the Domestic Theatrical Market performance only. The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

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