Sunday, March 6, 2011


Still from Rango
Rango reigns supreme at the Box Office this weekend, winning by a clear margin with $38 million for Paramount. The Animated Feature starring Johnny Depp and Isla Fisher won also with Critics, garnering an 88% rating on Rotten Tomatoes' Tomatometer.

Perhaps carefully-timed delays has paid off for Universal, pushing back the release of The Adjustment Bureau multiple times. Placing second with $20.9 million and screening in 1,100 fewer theatres than Rango, the Science Fiction/Romance starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt has received generally positive reviews  (69% on Rotten Tomatoes) also.

Beastly lands in third in its debut for CBS Films with $10.1 million. The loose Adaption of classic Beauty & The Beast has been panned by Critics.  Despite debuting on-top last week by a hair, Hall Pass keeps Gnomeo & Juliet at bay again slipping from first to fourth this weekend with $9 million earned in its second week of release.

The King's Speech after winning Best Picture at the Oscars last weekend moves up one spot to seventh with $6.5 million. To date it has earned over $123 million domestically in 15 weeks of release.

Disney's I Am Number Four drops to ninth spot with $5.7 million, a second title starring Alex Pettyfer in the Top Ten.

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