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“How To Train Your Dragon” wins weekend theatrical box office

By Staff

Rentrak Corporation, today announced the weekend theatrical box office numbers for the weekend period of April 23 through April 25, 2010 according to the company’s Box Office Essentials theatrical box office data collection and analytical service.

The twelve estimated top producing motion pictures for the weekend, per data collected as of Sunday, April 25, 2010 include:

1 How To Train Your Dragon Paramount $15,025,000 (weekend) $178,020,714 (cumulative)
2 The Back-Up Plan CBS Films $12,250,000 (weekend) $12,250,000
3 Date Night 20th Century Fox $10,600,000 (weekend) $63,471,596
4 The Losers Warner Bros. $9,605,000 (weekend) $9,605,000
5 Kick Ass Lionsgate $9,500,000 (weekend) $34,865,824
6 Clash Of The Titans Warner Bros. $9,000,000 (weekend) $145,639,377
7 Death At A Funeral Sony $8,000,000 (weekend) $28,449,177
8 Oceans Disney $6,000,000 (weekend) $8,466,530
9 The Last Song Disney $3,705,000 (weekend) $55,403,671
10 Alice In Wonderland Disney $2,242,000 (weekend) $327,514,926

Weekend of 4/23/10 to 4/25/10


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