Wall Street tops Wednesday Box Office

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Wednesday Daily Box Office Rally

078725H1.jpgFirst Place – Director Oliver Stone’s Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps  was the top film of the weekend and is the top film on Wednesday with $1.58 million.  With Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko and co-starring Shia LeBeouf, the film has earned $24.3 million to date.

Second Place – Director Ben Affleck’s The Town continues to impress audiences and heists $1.29 million from some 2,885 theaters.  The crime thriller, which also stars Jeremy Renner and Jon Hamm, is at $53 million total in just 13 days of release.

Third Place – The Owls have it as director Zack Snyder’s Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole grabs third place with $703k and has a six day cumulative total of $18.5 million.

Daily Box Office Top 12 Movies for Wednesday, September 30, 2010:

Movie Title Wednesday Gross Theatres Per-Theatre Average Domestic Total
1. Wall Street 2

$1.6M 3,565 $445 $24.28M
2. The Town

$1.3M 2,885 $449 $50.11M
3. Legend of the Guardians

$703k 3,575 $197 $18.49M
4. Easy A

$622k 2,856 $218 $34.76M
5. You Again

$589k 2,548

$231 $10.32M
6. Devil $420k 2,811

$150 $23.29M
7. Resident Evil: Afterlife

$399k 2,642 $151 $53.4M
8. Alpha and Omega

$199k 2,625

$76 $15.8M
9. Takers

$115k 1,413

$81 $55.25M
10. Inception $104k 907

$115 $287.4M
11. The American

$93k 1,315 $71 $34.9M
12. Eat Pray Love

$84k 855 $99 $79.3M

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

Check back Friday for the Thursday Daily Box Office Rally results!

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!

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