TITLE

Dads help drive 'Cars' b.o. as 'Nacho' enters ring in 2nd

AUTHOR(S)
Fuson, Brian
PUB. DATE
June 2006
SOURCE
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;6/20/2006, Vol. 394 Issue 46, p82
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on the box office collections in the U.S. Father's Day in North America seems to have had a noticeable effect at the box office on Sunday. There were higher-than-expected Sunday grosses, with solid holdover business and four new wide releases pushing the weekend box office up. The films with the lowest drops from Saturday to Sunday, and thus the biggest increases from early estimates, were Buena Vista's "Cars," Paramount's "Nacho Libre," 20th Century Fox's "X-Men: The Last Stand" and Paramount's "Over the Hedge."
ACCESSION #
21475532

 

Related Articles

  • Boxoffice rebounds as the wheel turns. Kilday, Gregg // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;9/5/2006, Vol. 395 Issue 49, p73 

    The article focuses on the performance of the motion picture industry in the U.S. in summer 2006. Movies with broad-based appeal this year reversed the declining trend of summer 2005. Walt Disney Pictures' sequel "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" became the year's-to-date...

  • WOLVERINE CUTS WIDE SWATH. Fritz, Ben // Daily Variety;5/30/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 41, p1 

    The article reports on the box-office performance of the film "X-Men: The Last Stand" for the weekend ending May 28, 2006 in the United States. The film grossed $120.1 million over four days, beating the previous Memorial Day weekend record. The opening-day gross of $45.5 million is the best...

  • BOX OFFICE NEWS.  // Variety;6/12/2006, Vol. 403 Issue 4, p14 

    The article presents an update on film box office. The ticket sales of the film X-Men: The Last Stand posted a record decline during its Memorial Day opening. According to a statistical analysis, the largest decline in weekend opening since 2000 is Memorial Day 2006. The launch of X-Men: The...

  • 'Code' still speaks to int'l auds. McNary, Dave // Daily Variety;5/30/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 41, p1 

    The article reports on the box-office performance of the films "The Da Vinci Code," and "X-Men: The Last Stand." Sony's "The Da Vinci Code" grossed $90.9 million at 12,038 playdates while the "X-Men" earned $76.1 million at 8,543 engagements. The article highlights the performance of the two...

  • Dis/Pixar's 'Cars' laps field with $60.1 million opening. Fuson, Brian // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;6/13/2006, Vol. 394 Issue 41, p66 

    The article focuses on the recent box office performance of several motion pictures in North America. While Buena Vista's "Cars" took its first lap at the box office in the top spot this weekend, the seventh film from Pixar reported less earnings on opening weekend than the previous three...

  • Love don't mean a thing to mutants. Fritz, Ben; McNary, Dave // Daily Variety;6/2/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 44, p1 

    The article reports on the optimistic projection for the box office performance of the motion picture "The Break-Up," starring Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn. Entertainment industry observers are claiming that the movie will do well in the box office but will not be able to oust "X-Men: The...

  • 'Da Vinci' fights off 'X-Men' bow. Hollinger, Hy // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;5/30/2006, Vol. 394 Issue 31, p47 

    The article focuses on the performance of international boxoffice motion pictures. "The Da Vinci Code" easily maintained its hold on overseas movie audiences in the face of an opening barrage by "X-Men: The Last Stand," the third in the series of the popular comic book adaptations. Despite...

  • 'X-Men' stops 'Da Vinci' streak. Hollinger, Hy // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;6/20/2006, Vol. 394 Issue 46, p77 

    This article presents an update on recent international box office collections. More World Cup soccer and more sun continued to dent the overseas box office. As overall overseas business is estimated to have dropped some 25% to 30% over the third weekend of June, 2006, "The Da Vinci Code" was...

  • O'seas B.O. gets a big bounce. McNary, Dave // Daily Variety;8/17/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 32, p1 

    The article reports on the impact of the World Cup 2006 season on the worldwide box office revenue. The soccer season made every single major market decline its revenue compared with a year earlier. The international box office gain back when the tournament ended. The top grosser after the World...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics