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'The Other Guys' Rule the Box Office with Over $50 Million

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Aug 13, 2010 | 12:06pm EDT

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Inception movie poster 2010Thursday Daily Box Office Rally

First PlaceThe Other Guys with Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg passed the $50 million mark yesterday, pulling in almost $3.5 million at the box office to finish in first place yet again.  Director Adam McKay's comedy is still showing in some 3,651 theaters and has grossed $52.54 million since it opened last week.

Second Place -  Director Christopher Nolan's Inception held on to the number two spot once again Thursday, adding $2.18 million to its impressive $237 million total.  Warner Bros' brainy thriller is still showing in over 3,400 theaters domestically, attracting plenty of repeat business from moviegoers eager to see it again.

Third Place - Jon Chu's Step Up 3D stayed just ahead of Universal's Despicable Me yesterday for a third place finish with $1.4 million at the box office.  Buoyed by higher 3D ticket prices, the dance pic has taken in almost $23 million since its debut last Friday.

Daily Box Office Top 12 Movies for Thursday, August 12, 2010:

Movie Title Thursday Gross Theatres Per-Theatre Average Domestic Total
1.   The Other Guys

$3.48M 3,651 $954 $52.54M
2.   Inception $2.18M 3,418 $637 $237.18M
3.   Step Up 3D

$1.40M 2,435 $575 $22.94M
4.   Despicable Me

$1.39M 3,413 $410 $215.23M
5.   Dinner for Schmucks

$1.33M 3,004

$442 $52.50M
6.   Salt $1.22M 3,317

$367 $97.22M
7.   Cats & Dogs: Revenge of

      Kitty Galore

$1.13M 3,705 $306 $31.03M
8.   Charlie St. Cloud

$695k 2,725 $255 $26.64M
9.   Toy Story 3

$569k 1,714 $332 $398.60M
10. Ramona and Beezus

$362k 1,478 $245 $22.14M
11. Twilight Saga: Eclipse

$344k 1,704 $202 $294.56M
12. The Sorcerer's Apprentice

$326k 1,766 $185 $58.42M

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

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