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November 26th, 2002
00 or Nothing
Looks like the 20th
film in the James Bond franchise will have to
Day, as the
film beat out a certain tween wizard with an incredibly
robust 47 million dollars. Harry himself was not far behind
though, as Harry Potter And The Chamber Of
took in another 42.2 million over the weekend. It's a big
drop, but given the film's running time and the size of the
gross, it still is strong.
Next had a
pretty modest opening, raking in a solid 13 million dollars.
brought in 10.2 million, while 8 Mile and The Ring each added 8.6 and 7.5 million to
their grosses, respectively. The Kevin Kline drama
Emperor's Club, which only opened in several hundred
theaters, took in a somewhat lackluster 3.8 million. I
actually saw this film over the weekend and loved every
minute of it. Despite what critics are saying, it's not a
rip on "Dead Poets Society" and is certainly one of my
favorites for the year 2002.
The last three in
the top ten, My Big Fat Greek
Frida each took in 3.6, 3.1 and 2.3
million. But next week is a slew of new holiday releases.
Will George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh work magic again?
Will "Treasure Planet" have an out of this world opening?
And what about an animated Adam Sandler? Like usual, who
knows... but it's certainly shaping up to be an interesting