‘Eat Pray Love’ Passes $50 Million at the Box Office


Inception movie poster 2010Tuesday Daily Box Office Rally

First Place –  Sylvester Stallone‘s The Expendables remained the film to beat, with a strong $2 million take yesterday at the domestic box office, for a $69 million cumulative gross since the actioner opened two weeks ago.

Second PlaceJulia Roberts‘ romance-drama Eat Pray Love held steady in the #2 spot yesterday, adding another $1.88 million to its over $50 million gross at the box office.

Third PlaceThe Other Guys fought back into third place Tuesday with $1.3 million at the box office, pushing the Friedberg & Seltzer flick Vampires Suck into 4th place.  The Adam McKay comedy with Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg has grossed over $90 million total since it opened 3 weeks ago.

Daily Box Office Top 12 Movies for Tuesday, August 24, 2010:

Movie Title Tuesday Gross Theatres Per-Theatre Average Domestic Total
1.   The Expendables

$2.08M 3,270 $635 $69.39M
2.   Eat Pray Love

$1.88M 3,082 $610 $50.62M
3.   The Other Guys

$1.29M 3,472 $373 $90.79M
4.   Vampires Suck

$1.22M 3,233 $379 $21.03M
5.   Nanny McPhee Returns $1.21M 2,784

$435 $10.70M
6.   Piranha 3D

$1.18M 2,470

$479 $12.38M
7.   The Switch $1.03M 2,012 $511 $10.35M
8.   Inception $985k 2,401 $410 $263.9M
9.   The Lottery Ticket

$819k 1,973 $415 $12.29M
10. Scott Pilgrim vs. The


$789k 2,820 $280 $22.44M
11. Despicable Me $681k 2,236 $305 $232.4M
12. Step Up 3D

$502k 1,592 $315 $37.79M

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

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Born and raised in Los Angeles, President of Hollywood.com Box Office Paul Dergarabedian loves movies of course, but has a true passion for music, art, photography and architecture. Stanley Kubrick is a God even though like Orson Welles’ 'Citizen Kane, his '2001: A Space Odyssey' is overrated but still brilliant! Little known fact: Paul is a certified car fanatic and was a National Collegiate Driving Champion in the late 80's!