The Weekend Report Archive for May, 2007

Yo Ho Ho!

May 28, 2007 Weekend Estimates Domestic Market Share Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End dropped anchor with an estimated $143.2 million to plunder weekend movie going. The third installment of the popular franchise accounted for about 55% of the record Memorial holiday ticket sales. The frame also saw a wan $4 million debut for…

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The Greening of America

May 20, 2007 Weekend Estimates Domestic Market Share The new jolly giant, Shrek the Third, broke box office records with an estimated $122.2 million debut that accounted for roughly two-thirds of all ticket sales in North America. The competition steered clear of the commercial behemoth, though rapturous reviews for the Irish import Oncegenerated sell-out business in two…

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How Long Came a Spider

May 13, 2007 Weekend Finals Weekend Estimates Domestic Market Share Spider-Man 3 declined 60% for an estimated $60.2 million weekend. It handily beat out a quartet of new releases that included second and third place finishes for 28 Weeks Later at $10.1 million and Georgia Rule with $5.8 million. The other national freshmen were Delta Farce grossing $3.2…

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May 6 , 2007

May 6 , 2007 Weekend Estimates Domestic Market Share Weekend Estimates – May 4-6, 2007 Title Distributor Gross (avera % chan Theater Cume Spider-Man 2 Sony 150.8 (34,800) – 4333 150.8 Disturbia Par 5.6 (1,780) -38% 3132 59.7 Fracture New Line 3.5 (1,500) -48% 2365 26.6 The Invisible BV 3.1 (1,550) -59% 2019 12.3 Next…

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“That’s the joke of Prune, that we just pretend to be a restaurant. But we’re actually an institute for living. We hide behind the fried eggs, and we hide behind the marrow bones, but really what we’re doing here is trying to change the whole goddamn world, one lamb chop at a time. It’s slow going, but I think we’re getting there.”
~ Gabrielle Hamilton

“I’m into pleasure rebellion,” she says, lighting a cigarette. “I’ve shared all my misery and tragedy but in my personal life I’m a cheerleader, an optimist. That aspect of myself is not shared. Once you are free from trauma, you are going to luxuriate in pleasure and happiness – personal pleasure. A divine gluttony, I should say.”
Lydia Lunch