Box Office Roundup: October 15-17, 2010: Jackass 3D Kills

Monday, 18 October 2010 05:41 Written by  Matt Molgaard
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Box Office Roundup: October 15-17, 2010: Jackass 3D Kills

Jackass 3D swept the box office in a major way this weekend. While the film sliding into the top slot isn’t a big shocker, the total weekend take was. In a time when trips to the local cinema seem to be fading out, Jackass 3D brought the masses flocking, earning an impressive $50 million. It’s the best opening we’ve seen in quite a few weeks, and the Jackass crew should be quite proud.

Summit Entertainment’s Red, which stars Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Mary-Louise Parker took the number two position, earning $22.5 million.


The Social Network continued to sell respectable ticket numbers, as the film drew another $11 million to push it’s three week total to $63 million. In it’s second week of release The Secretariat raked in $9.5 million in tickets, falling from number three to number four, surpassing $27 million over two weeks time.

The Warner Bros comedy Life As We Know It rounded out the top five, selling just over $9 million worth of tickets. The film fell from number two number five with a total two week take of $28 million.

Box Office Top 10 October 15-17, 2010

#01 Jackass 3D $50 million

#02 Red $22.5 million

#03 The Social Network $11 million ($63 million three week total)

#04 Secretariat $9.5 million ($27 million two week total)

#05 Life As We Know It $9.2 million ($28 million two week total)

#06 Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole $4.2 million ($46 million four week total)

#07 The Town $4 million ($80 million five week total)

#08 My Soul To Take $3.1 million ($11 million two week total)

#09 Easy A $2.6 million ($52 million five week total)

#10 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps $2.3 million ($47 million four week total)

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