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Monday January 10, 2011 9:33 pm

Box Office Breakdown: Weak Showing for Country Strong

Country Strong

Gwyneth Paltrow's appearances on Glee, the Country Music Awards and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon couldn't help her film's performance at the box office.

Country Strong's first week in wide release strummed up less than $10 million over the past three days. The good news? The film only cost approximately $12 million to produce. In comparison, True Grit -- another film in its third week -- finally rode past Little Fockers for a first-place finish.

Meanwhile, Season of the Witch, the only other new entry in the Top Ten, fired up $10.6 million. That was enough to give the Nicolas Cage feature a third place debut.

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  1. True Grit, Paramount, $14,605,135 (avg. $4675)
  2. Little Fockers, Universal, $13,487,245 (avg. $3670)
  3. Season of the Witch, Relativity Media, $10,612,375 (avg. $3769)
  4. Tron: Legacy, Disney, $10,090,002 (avg. $3349)
  5. Black Swan, Fox Searchlight, $8,113,011 (avg. $5122)
  6. Country Strong, Sony Screen Gems, $7,326,165 (avg. $5145)
  7. The Fighter, Paramount, $7,001,504 (avg. $2770)
  8. Yogi Bear, Warner Bros., $6,641,250 (avg. $2020)
  9. The King's Speech, Weinstein Co., $6,414,407 (avg. $8462)
  10. Tangled, Disney, $5,111,098 (avg. $2145)

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



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