A very ‘Social’ Monday at the Box Office


Monday Daily Box Office Rally

086829H1.jpgFirst Place – With a Monday gross of $2.05 million ‘The Social Network,’ director David Fincher’s big screen adaptation of the story of the development of Facebook continues to dominate the marketplace.  The critically acclaimed film opened this weekend with $22.5 million and with great word-of-mouth should find itself performing well in the coming weeks.

Second Place – Director Ben Affleck’s ‘The Town’ continues to impress audiences with $815,000 on Monday from some 2,935 theaters (50 more than last week).  The crime thriller, which also stars Jeremy Renner and Jon Hamm, is at $65 million in total domestic box office to date.

Third Place – Director Oliver Stone’s ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’ takes the third spot on Monday with $773,942 in 3,597 theatres .  With Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko and co-starring Shia LeBeouf, the film has earned $36.5 million to date.

Daily Box Office Top 12 Movies for Monday, October 4, 2010:

Movie Title Monday Gross Theatres Per-Theatre Average Domestic Total
1. The Social Network

$2.05M 2,771 $742 $24.5M
2. The Town

$815k 2,935 $278 $64.9M
3. Wall Street 2

$773k 3,597 $215 $36.5M
4. Legend of the Guardians

$574k 3,575 $161 $30.65M
5. Case 39

$439k 2,211

$199 $5.79M
6. Let Me In

$418k 2,020

$207 $5.56M
7. Easy A

$406k 2,974 $137 $42.58M
8. You Again

$357k 2,548

$140 $16.96M
9. Resident Evil: Afterlife

$253k 1,907

$133 $56.86M
10. Devil $251k 2,392

$105 $27.5M
11. Alpha and Omega

$138k 2,303 $60 $19.08M
12. Inception

$68k 625 $109 $288.47M

*Monday daily box office numbers provided by Hollywood.com Box Office.

Check back Wednesday for the Tuesday Daily Box Office Rally results!