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Monday March 15, 2010 11:20 pm

Box Office Breakdown: Alice in Wonderland in the Green Zone

Alice in Wonderland

The combined forces of Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass could not earn the green.

Although the film nearly matched The Hurt Locker‘s total domestic gross ($15.7 million) in just one weekend, Green became the latest war-based film to open to underwhelming numbers. The movie, which debuted to $14.3 million and cost approximately $100 million to produce, also came nowhere near Damon and Greengrass’ last project together. (The Bourne Ultimatum opened to $69.3 million in 2007.)

Meanwhile, continued along its fantastic journey. The movie, which has now taken in over $209 million domestically, has officially become one of Disney’s Top 20 all-time entries.

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  1. Alice in Wonderland, Disney, $62,714,076 (avg. $16,822)
  2. Green Zone, Universal, $14,309,295 (avg. $4765)
  3. She’s Out of My League, Paramount, $9,775,278 (avg. $3307)
  4. Shutter Island, Paramount, $8,144,133 (avg. $2427)
  5. Remember Me, Summit Entertainment, $8,089,139 (avg. $3657)
  6. Our Family Wedding, Fox Searchlight, $7,629,862 (avg. $4754)
  7. Avatar, 20th Century Fox, $6,526,421 (avg. $3799)
  8. Brooklyn’s Finest, Overture Films, $4,471,932 (avg. $2306)
  9. Cop Out, Warner Bros., $4,268,068 (avg. $1481)
  10. The Crazies, Overture Films, $3,680,940 (avg. $1560)

(You can review last week’s numbers here.)



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