Columbia’s The Green Hornet debuted in the Top 5 North American box-office chart at the top spot with a gross of US $33.5 million in three days and $40 million in four days in the Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend.
Universal’s The Dilemma debuted at quite a distant second with $17.8 million in three days and $20.5 million in four days. The previous weekend’s topper, True Grit, added $13.1 million to its kitty in the fourth weekend to come in third. Its 27-day total went up to $128.3 million. The King’s Speech more than doubled its locations to 1,543 in its eighth weekend, entering the Top 5 chart at no. 4 with a four-day total collection of $11.3 million. Its take for 53 days was $46.8 million.
Fox Searchlight’s Black Swan stayed put at the fifth place in its seventh weekend. Adding $10.2 million to its kitty in the four-day weekend, it took its 45-day total to $75 million.
Top 5 Films Of Hollywood (16th January Weekend)
||Film||Ditributor||Week Since Release
|1||(New)||The Green Hornet||Columbia Pictures||1|
|2||(New)||The Dilemma||Universal Pictures||1|
|4||(-)||The King’s Speech||Weinstein Company||8|
|5||(5)||Black Swan||Fox Searchlight||7|