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Wednesday February 17, 2010 12:26 am

Box Office Breakdown: Valentine’s Day Has Rosy Four-Day Weekend

Valentine's Day

Despite receiving less than enthusiastic reviews, Valentine’s Day remained the point of attraction for many romance-minded ticket buyers this weekend. Garry Marshall’s romantic comedy wooed audiences over the holiday period while simultaneously breaking records in the process.

Warner Bros.’ ensemble cast combined their efforts to pull in $63.1 million over the past four days ($56.2 million for just the first three). The feature became the highest-grossing film during any President’s or Valentine’s Day frame while also topping the studio’s list of four-day debuts.

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  1. Valentine’s Day, Warner Bros., $63,135,312 (avg. $17,227)
  2. Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, 20th Century Fox, $38,661,634 (avg. $11,520)
  3. The Wolfman, Universal, $35,555,065 (avg. $11,035)
  4. Avatar, 20th Century Fox, $28,782,849 (avg. $10,720)
  5. Dear John, Sony Screen Gems, $18,200,188 (avg. $6118)
  6. Tooth Fairy, 20th Century Fox, $8,005,767 (avg. $2913)
  7. From Paris with Love, Lionsgate, $6,352,780 (avg. $2334)
  8. Edge of Darkness, Warner Bros., $5,570,476 (avg. $2130)
  9. Crazy Heart, Fox Searchlight, $4,982,062 (avg. $4957)
  10. When in Rome, Disney, $4,277,925 (avg. $2013)

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



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