Monday, October 3, 2011

'Dolphin Tale' to Top of Box Office

After last week's third-ranked North American box office, family movie 'Dolphin Tale' climbed to the top. Film director Charles Martin Smith's been able to shift the 'The Lion King' 3D.

'Dolphin Tale' earned revenues of U.S. $ 14.2 million or approximately USD 126, 6 billion in the second week of screenings. Film production costs of U.S. $ 37 million has now achieved total revenues of $ 37.5 million.

The film is inspired by the true story of a dolphin named Winter who rescued off the coast of Florida, and cared for by the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. 'Dolphin Tale' starring Harry Connick Jr.., Ashley Judd, and veteran actor Morgan Freeman.

Ranked second this week's box office is occupied by a film drama starring Brad Pitt 'Moneyball' with revenues of U.S. $ 12.5 million. After topping the box office for two consecutive weeks, 'The Lion King 3D' finally dropped two rankings with revenues of U.S. $ 11.1 million.

Meanwhile, the drama of friendship '50 / 50 'debuted with unsatisfactory results. Film by director Jonathan Levine was only fourth place with box office revenues of U.S. $ 8.9 million.

Here is a list of the top ten North American box office last week:

1. "Dolphin Tale" - U.S. $ 14.2 million
2. "Moneyball" - U.S. $ 12.5 million
3. "The Lion King" - U.S. $ 11.1 million
4. "50/50" - U.S. $ 8.9 million
5. "Courageous" - U.S. $ 8.8 million
6. "Dream House" - U.S. $ 8.2 million
7. "Abduction" - U.S. $ 5.6 million
8. "What's Your Number?" - U.S. $ 5.6 million
9. "Contagion" - U.S. $ 5 million
10. "Killer Elite" - U.S. $ 4.8 million
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