Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Early B.O.: 'Breaking Dawn' flying right along

Summit's 'Breaking Dawn' made about $13 million Wednesday which is on course to handily win the Thanksgiving weekend.Summit's holdover "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Beginning -- Part 1" is on course to handily win 5-day domestic holiday weekend, as very early box office estimations from Wednesday mid-day were monitoring in line with anticipation.Emphasizing the issue of predicting a five-day frame based on such early results, B.O. audiences estimate the vampire pic will generate about $13 million in Wednesday grosses, a weekend consume the high $50 million to low $60 million range through Sunday.This Past Year, "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" launched throughout the identical play period and acquired $14 million yesterday Thanksgiving, getting a five-day second week total of $66 million. This can be a fair comparison for "Breaking Beginning," but an even more competitive frame this year together with a far more sluggish market could mean an extremely reduced result.Disney's "The Muppets" will most likely follow with grosses inside the mid-$40 million range for your Thanksgiving break, also in line with monitoring. Paramount's "Hugo" is searching to earn $ten million to $12 million for your week, putting it in the similar range with DreamWorks Animation's "Puss in Boots," that may perform hair more half way decent.B.O. experts estimate that Warner Bros.' "Happy Foot Two" will earn around $3.5 million Wednesday and $19 million to $21 million for your five-day break -- similar comes down to predictions for Sony's "Arthur Christmas." Contact Rachel Abrams at

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