’Little Fockers’ tops holiday box office

NEW YORK (AP) — “Little Fockers,” the third installment of the Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro in-law comedy series, topped the holiday box office with $30.8 million over the weekend.

The Coen brothers’ “True Grit” opened with a better-than-expected $25.6 million during the Christmas weekend.

Final figures on Monday were several million less than Sunday estimates, as studios may have had their figures altered due to the blizzard in the Northeast. Warner Bros., Paramount and Sony still declined to issue final numbers Monday.

The top 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by distribution studio, gross, number of theater locations, average receipts per location, total gross and number of weeks in release, as compiled Monday by Hollywood.com are:

  1. “Little Fockers,” Universal, $30,833,665, 3,536 locations, $8,720 average, $45,083,800, one week.

  2. “True Grit,” Paramount, $25,600,000, 3,047 locations, $8,402 average, $36,818,000, one week.

  3. “Tron: Legacy,” Disney, $19,151,498, 3,451 locations, $5,550 average, $87,373,703, two weeks.

  4. “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader,” Fox, $9,478,043, 3,532 locations, $2,683 average, $62,597,030, three weeks.

  5. “Yogi Bear,” Warner Bros., $8,800,000, 3,515 locations, $2,504 average, $36,785,000, two weeks.

  6. “The Fighter,” Paramount, $8,500,000, 2,511 locations, $3,385 average, $27,574,000, three weeks.

  7. “Tangled,” Disney, $6,427,816, 2,582 locations, $2,489 average, $143,695,323, five weeks.

  8. “Gulliver’s Travels,” Fox, $6,307,691, 2,546 locations, $2,477 average, $6,307,691, one week.

  9. “Black Swan,” Fox Searchlight, $6,254,986, 1,457 locations, $4,293 average, $28,689,060, four weeks.

  10. “The Tourist,” Sony/Columbia, $5,700,000, 2,756 locations, $2,068 average, $41,200,000, three weeks.

  11. “The King’s Speech,” Weinstein Co., $4,498,052, 700 locations, $6,426 average, $8,343,435, five weeks.

  12. “How Do You Know,” Sony/Columbia, $3,700,000, 2,483 locations, $1,490 average, $15,155,000, two weeks.

  13. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I,” Warner Bros., $3,000,000, 1,732 locations, $1,732 average, $272,812,000, six weeks.

  14. “Tees Maar Khaan,” Utv, $539,793, 108 locations, $4,998 average, $741,162, one week.

  15. “Megamind,” Paramount, $375,000, 764 locations, $491 average, $142,710,000, eight weeks.

  16. “Burlesque,” Sony/Screen Gems, $350,000, 501 locations, $699 average, $36,758,000, five weeks.

  17. “Unstoppable,” Fox, $329,895, 526 locations, $627 average, $78,511,859, seven weeks.

  18. “Red,” Summit, $198,000, 330 locations, $600 average, $88,891,088, 11 weeks.

  19. “127 Hours,” Fox Searchlight, $190,258, 145 locations, $1,312 average, $9,862,158, eight weeks.

  20. “I Love You, Phillip Morris,” Roadside Attractions , $154,742, 69 locations, $2,243 average, $761,756, four weeks

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Online:

http://www.hollywood.com/boxoffice

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Universal Pictures and Focus Features are owned by NBC Universal, a unit of General Electric Co.; Sony Pictures, Sony Screen Gems and Sony Pictures Classics are units of Sony Corp.; Paramount and Paramount Vantage are divisions of Viacom Inc.; Disney’s parent is The Walt Disney Co.; Miramax is a division of The Walt Disney Co.; 20th Century Fox, Fox Searchlight Pictures and Fox Atomic are owned by News Corp.; Warner Bros. and New Line are units of Time Warner Inc.; MGM is owned by a consortium of Providence Equity Partners, Texas Pacific Group, Sony Corp., Comcast Corp., DLJ Merchant Banking Partners and Quadrangle Group; Lionsgate is owned by Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.; IFC Films is owned by Rainbow Media Holdings, a subsidiary of Cablevision Systems Corp.; Rogue Pictures is owned by Relativity Media LLC; Overture Films is a subsidiary of Liberty Media Corp.

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