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U S Movie Box Office Grosses

April 09, 2012

The following table has U.S. Movie Box Office figures provided by studios to Hollywood.com Box-Office. The amounts are based on gross ticket sales from April 6 - April 8.

                                 Rev.             Avg./    Pct.    Total
   Movie                        (mln) Theaters  Theater    Chg.    (mln) Wks
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 1 THE HUNGER GAMES             $33.1    4,137   $8,004    -43   $302.5    3
 2 AMERICAN REUNION              21.5    3,192    6,740     --     21.5    1
 3 TITANIC 3-D (RE-RELEASE)      17.3    2,674    6,464     --     25.6    1
 4 WRATH OF THE TITANS  (3-D)    14.7    3,545    4,156    -56     58.6    2
 5 MIRROR MIRROR                 11.1    3,618    3,067    -39     36.8    2
 6 21 JUMP STREET                10.0    3,009    3,324    -33    109.4    4
 7 DR. SEUSS’ THE LORAX           5.0    3,003    1,675    -35    198.2    6
 8 SALMON FISHING IN THE YEMEN    1.0      524    1,894    -22      4.7    5
 9 HOUSEFULL 2                    0.8      121    7,001     --      0.8    1
10 JOHN CARTER                    0.8    1,015      818    -59     68.0    5
11 SAFE HOUSE                     0.6      482    1,195    -26    124.7    9
12 JOURNEY 2: THE MYSTERIOUS I    0.5      651      828    -33     99.4    9


Top 12 Films Grosses

   This Week     Year Ago      Pct.
     (mln)         (mln)       Chg.
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    $116.6        $102.8       +13


Year-to-date Revenue

     2012          2011
      YTD           YTD        Pct.
     (mln)         (mln)       Chg.
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    $2,810        $2,342       +20


Year-to-date Attendance:      +23%

To contact the reporter on this story: Rob Golum in Los Angeles at rgolum@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Anthony Palazzo at apalazzo@bloomberg.net.


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