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Monday December 7, 2009 9:45 pm

Box Office Breakdown: Touchdown for Blind Side

The Blind Side

The third time was a charm for Sandra Bullock.

After two weeks of second place finishes, emerged from New Moon‘s shadow to take sole possession of first place. The movie, which added another $20 million to its $100+ million total, has now given Bullock her second chart topper of the year. (And, no—All About Steve is not the other film I was referring to.)

Despite several new wide release entries, the football players and the vampires strongly defended their hold on the top two spots. - starring Tobey Maguire, Jake Gyllenhaal and Natalie Portman - came in third place with only a $9.5 million take. Meanwhile, Everybody’s Fine with Robert De Niro and Drew Barrymore did a less than fine $3.8 million.

  1. The Blind Side, Warner Bros., $20,043,181 (avg. $6026)
  2. New Moon, Summit Entertainment, $15,427,628 (avg. $3741)
  3. Brothers, Lionsgate, $9,527,848 (avg. $4563)
  4. Disney’s A Christmas Carol, Disney, $7,763,244 (avg. $3049)
  5. Old Dogs, Disney, $6,892,265 (avg. $2012)
  6. 2012, Sony, $6,771,665 (avg. $2103)
  7. Armored, Sony, $6,511,128 (avg. $3400)
  8. Ninja Assassin, Warner Bros., $5,061,499 (avg. $2022)
  9. Planet 51, Sony, $4,386,873 (avg. $1511)
  10. Everybody’s Fine, Miramax, $3,852,068 (avg. $1806)

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



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