The Fog Rolls in at #1

The Weekend Grosses are in. The Fog tops the charts, with Wallace and Gromit slipping to #2. Corpse Bride hangs on the top ten for another week at #9, but everyone’s favorite red-head stepchild, Serenity slips off the top ten to #12.

9 replies on “The Fog Rolls in at #1”

  1. theangrymob says:

    Box Office Figures
    I just started doing these since the money Serenity makes is important to its future. Is there an interest in these each week, assuming there’s a genre flick on the list?

    • rfs says:

      Re: Box Office Figures

      I just started doing these since the money Serenity makes is important to its future. Is there an interest in these each week, assuming there’s a genre flick on the list?

      I like it. If the figures for gross sales are available, those would be handy too.

    • cb says:

      Re: Box Office Figures

      I just started doing these since the money Serenity makes is important to its future. Is there an interest in these each week, assuming there’s a genre flick on the list?

      I’ve been checking myself for the last few weeks because of Serenity, so yeah, I’d like it if you posted the numbers here when there’s a genre movie out.

      -cb

      • theangrymob says:

        Re: Box Office Figures
        Will do. I’ll try and post the rankings here with a link to the amounts and so forth.

        • Alexius says:

          Re: Box Office Figures

          Will do. I’ll try and post the rankings here with a link to the amounts and so forth.

          What About A Table With The #1, And The Genre Flicks, With Rank, Name, Weekend Gross, And Total Gross (If You’ve Got It All.)

          • fiziko says:

            Re: Box Office Figures

            What About A Table With The #1, And The Genre Flicks, With
            Rank, Name, Weekend Gross, And Total Gross (If You’ve Got
            It All.)

            Box Office Mojo
            has everything. I subscribe to the e-mail list with
            Theater Counts, which I use to gauge studio faith in films
            to help decide what to go see on a given weekend.

            • theangrymob says:

              Re: Box Office Figures

              Here’s some fun facts from Box Office Mojo if you’re into that sort of thing. Interesting fact: If you adjust for inflation, the top grossing film of all time is….Gone with the Wind. If you haven’t seen it, rent it for a good laugh.

              What do you mean it’s not meant to be a comedy? It’s hysterical!

              • fiziko says:

                Re: Box Office Figures

                Here’s some fun facts from Box Office Mojo if you’re into that sort of thing. Interesting fact: If you adjust for inflation, the top grossing film of all time is….Gone with the Wind. If you haven’t seen it, rent it for a good laugh.

                What do you mean it’s not meant to be a comedy? It’s hysterical!

                Another fun fact: Serenity is only $13 million away from being the highest grossing September release of all time. In other words, if half the people who’ve already seen it go see it again, we can push it over the top.

                • Grounded says:

                  Re: Box Office Figures

                  Here’s some fun facts from Box Office Mojo if you’re into that sort of thing. Interesting fact: If you adjust for inflation, the top grossing film of all time is….Gone with the Wind. If you haven’t seen it, rent it for a good laugh.

                  What do you mean it’s not meant to be a comedy? It’s hysterical!

                  Another fun fact: Serenity is only $13 million away from being the highest grossing September release of all time. In other words, if half the people who’ve already seen it go see it again, we can push it over the top.

                  Those figures are for opening weekends, not all time gross.

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