‘Morning Glory’ debuts with $1.068 million.


First Place – Warner Bros.’ ‘Due Date’ – A Wednesay gross of $2.6 million gives the buddy road trip style film starring Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis a six day total of $40.1 million. 

Second Place – Paramount/D’works’ ‘Megamind’ –  $2.3 million for Tuesday gives this family favorite continued strong mid-week gross despite kids being in sch

074789H1.jpgool.  A huge debut weekend of $46 million and a total domestic gross of $52.1 million after six days gives the film an impressive start. 

Third Place – Paramount’s ‘Morning Glory’ – The film opened on Wednesday with $1.068 million.  Harrison Ford brings his “Working Girl” comedy chops back to the big screen and co-stars with Rachel McAdams in this romantic comedy which also stars Diane Keaton. 

Daily Box Office Top 12 Movies for Wednesday, November 10, 2010:

Movie Title Wednesday Gross

Theatres Per-Theatre Average Domestic Total
1. Due Date

$2.57M 3,355 $768 $40.1M
2. Megamind

$2.31M 3,944 $587 $52.1M
3. Morning Glory

$1.068M 2,518 $424 $1.068M
4. For Colored Girls

$931k 2,127 $438 $22.6M
5. RED

$692k 3,229 $214 $73.5M
6. Saw 3D

$570k 2,808

$203 $40.01M
7. Paranormal Activity 2 $509k 3,168 $161 $78.3M
8. Jackass 3D $435k 2,165 $201 $111.8M
9. Secretariat

$324k 2,614

$124 $51.6M
10. Hereafter

$319k 2,365

$135 $29.6M
11. The Social Network

$291k 1,860

$157 $85.6M
12. Life as We Know It

$214k 1,950 $110 $49.1M

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

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