Thursday, December 15, 2011

New year’s Eve tops worst weekend box office in history- By: Sanna Nasser Sheikh

Warner Brothers’ New Year’s Eve has not considered successful to mark the hit."New Year's Eve"  based on love, hope, forgiveness.
It has been collecting worthless revenue of 13.7 million dollars. 

Though the star-powered collaborative stagnant accomplished to beat the 20th Century Fox’s new entry.

The Sitter, which collected 10 million dollars.Warners expected New Years’ Eve to hit around 20 million dollars for the weekend that would be considered a remarkable hit in the history.

Animation’s Puss In Boots rallied with a chart topping estimated 45.6 million dollars.

Stateside box office, totaling in the mid-to-high-70 million dollars, was down even from last weekend’s typically sluggish post-Thanksgiving frame, at 81 million dollars. The Box Office conditions haven’t been seems bad since the weekend of September 5, 2008, when overall totals reached to 67.9 million dollars.

Variety quoted Dan Fellman, Warner domestic distribution chief as saying: “It’s rare that this week would fall below last weekend.”

According to Fellman, big titles launching next weekend like Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows and Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, will be an important test for the industry.

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