‘Inception’ helps kick Warner Bros. past the $1 billion mark
HollywoodNews.com: Warner Bros. crossed the $1 billion mark at the domestic box office, the third studio to do so this year behind Paramount and 20th Century Fox.
This is the 10th year in the row that Warner Bros. has crossed $1 billion.
Some of the Burbank lot’s top performers include:
1. Clash of the Titans, $163 million
2. Inception, $143 million
3. Valentine’s Day, $111 million
4. Sherlock Holmes, $107 million for the year (lifetime cume is $209 million)
5. Sex and the City 2, $95 million
6. The Book of Eli, $95 million
7. The Blind Side, $59 million, (lifetime cume is $256 million)
For the second weekend in a row, “Inception” starring Leonardo DiCaprio won the top spot at the box office charts with $42.7 million, elbowing Angelina Jolie’s new spy thriller “Salt” into second place with $36 million.
Warner Bros. next release is the family film “Cats & Dogs: Revenge of Kitty Galore” in 3D. The sequel to the 2001 film bows this Friday.
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