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Monday May 19, 2008 4:50 pm

Box Office Breakdown: Prince Caspian Crowned the Winner

Prince Caspian

Although it failed to reach expectations, was still mighty enough to take down Robert Downey Jr. this past weekend. The Disney sequel pulled in over $55 million dollars and earned itself a first place finish. Unfortunately, the film’s gross was slightly disappointing given the first installment’s take; The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe opened at $65.6 million back in 2005. 

In other adaptation news, Warner Bros.’ continued to fall behind in the race.  The colorful adventure slipped another notch into fourth, right behind What Happens in Vegas. Meanwhile, Iron Man‘s $31.8 million total pushed the film past the $200 million range.

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1. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Disney, $55,034,805 (avg. $14,007)
2. Iron Man, Paramount, $31,838,996 (avg. $7665)
3. What Happens in Vegas, 20th Century Fox, $13,883,874 (avg. $4265)
4. Speed Racer, Warner Bros., $8,117,45 (avg. $2251)
5. Made of Honor, Sony, $4,702,950 (avg. $1670)
6. Baby Mama, Universal, $4,680,610 (avg. $1870)
7. Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Universal, $2,786,220 (avg. $1740)
8. Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay, Warner Bros., $1,997,450 (avg. $1424)
9. The Forbidden Kingdom, Lionsgate, $1,073,856 (avg. $$1077)
10. The Visitor, Oveture Films, $672,448 (avg. $3002)

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



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