The Hunger Games: $59.25 million from 7,700 locations in 69 markets.
John Carter: $21.9 million from 54 territories representing 92% of the international market. International cume = $171.9 million.
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: $8.2 million from 1,859 locations in 18 markets. International cume = $33.3 million.
This Means War: $5.9 million from 3,966 locations in 51 markets. International cume = $78.7 million.
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax: $5.5 million from 1,953 locations in 25 territories. International cume = $21.3 million.
21 Jump Street: $5.3 million from 14 markets. International cume = $16 million.
Project X: $4.4 million from 1,300 locations in 27 markets. International cume = $20.8 million.
The Devil Inside: $3.4 million from 1,970 locations in 36 markets. International cume = $44.5 million.
The Vow: $2.6 million from 26 markets. International cume = $46.2 million.
Hugo: $2.4 million from 1,648 locations in 35 markets. International cume = $72.9 million.
Contraband: $2.3 million from 1,780 locations in 24 territories. International cume = $24.8 million.
Safe House: $2.3 million from 1,980 locations in 42 territories. International cume = $71.1 million.
LOS ANGELES, CA -- Fandango, the nation's leading moviegoer destination, announced today that it sold 22% of opening weekend ticket sales for "The Hunger Games", marking the largest share of sales for any movie in Fandango's nearly 12-year history. During the weekend's peak ticket-selling periods, Fandango was selling 17 tickets per second, representing the company's top franchise opener, best-selling March release, top-selling mobile weekend and Fandango's top-selling single day (March 23, 2012) for a movie, besting "The Dark Knight" opening day on July 18, 2008.
Fandango's share of all domestic ticket sales for "The Hunger Games" - which took in a projected domestic box office of $155 million* - reshapes Fandango's list of top 5 shares of opening weekends. The new record-breaker list is as follows:
1."The Hunger Games" (2012) - 22%
2. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2" (2011) - 19%
3. "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" (2009) - 18%
4. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1" (2010) - 17%
5. "Sex and the City" (2008) - 16%
Fandango also broke a record with "Hunger" as the movie with the most tickets ever sold on opening weekend via mobile on Fandango; the previous record-holder was "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2." Friday, March 23 was also the top day for mobile ticket sales in Fandango history.
"Fandango's record- breaking percentage of the film's opening weekend is a testament to the growing popularity of online and mobile ticketing as the way to go to the movies," says Fandango Executive Vice President and General Manager Rick Butler. "It's rare to see a franchise's first film performing like an established sequel, but ‘The Hunger Games' is a true phenomenon. Fans have given it our highest ‘Must Go!" rating, with Web and mobile ticket sales still going strong on Sunday morning."
According to a Fandango online survey of more than 1,000 moviegoers, 62% of "Hunger Games" fans plan to see the movie more than once in the theater, indicating repeat viewings throughout the week. As of Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. PT, the film still accounts for 90% of all daily tickets sold on Fandango.
*Estimated box office info from Boxoffice.com
Official stats from MovieTickets.com
• THE HUNGER GAMES is MovieTickets.com's #1 non-sequel preseller of all-time, beating out TWILIGHT.
• Going in to the weekend, nearly 2,500 screenings offered nationwide by the online ticketing provider for the film's release had sold out.
• Over 450 screenings of THE HUNGER GAMES offered by MovieTickets.com for this week (Sun-Thurs) are already sold out.
• Over 10% of all tickets sold for the first weekend release of the film came from fans wanting to see it in IMAX theaters.
• In a survey, MovieTickets.com found that 97% of its users who saw THE HUNGER GAMES would recommend the movie to their friends to see.
BURBANK, CA -- Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures are reteaming with Todd Phillips for "The Hangover Part III," the third installment in the record-breaking comedy franchise, which is slated for release on May 24, 2013. The announcement was made today by Jeff Robinov, President Warner Bros. Pictures Group.
"The Hangover Part III" will star Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis, who will reprise the roles of Phil, Stu and Alan, collectively known to moviegoers as "the Wolfpack." In the previous two films, the three friends' attempts to plan a celebration have resulted in disaster for them, but led to a combined billion-dollar success at the worldwide box office.
In making the announcement, Robinov stated, "We are extremely pleased to have Todd Phillips and the guys back together again for another ‘Hangover,' and we look forward to collaborating with them on another great movie."
Phillips said, "I'm so excited to embark on another ‘Hangover' film with Bradley, Ed and Zach. We're going to surprise a lot of people with the final chapter we have planned. It will be a fitting conclusion to our three-part opera of mayhem, despair and bad decisions."
Phillips is writing the screenplay with Craig Mazin, who also collaborated with him on the screenplay for "The Hangover Part II." Phillips is again producing the film under his Green Hat Films banner, together with Dan Goldberg. Thomas Tull and Scott Budnick will serve as executive producers.
Production on the film is projected to begin in September 2012.
A presentation of Warner Bros. Pictures, in association with Legendary Pictures, "The Hangover Part III" will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.