Wrath of the Titans: $78 million in 60 markets. International cume = $78 million.
The Hunger Games: $34.8 million. International cume = $113.9 million.
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax: $14.5 million from 4,100 locations in 43 territories. International cume = $37.7 million.
Pirates! Band of Misfits: $7.8 million in 12 markets. International cume = $7.8 million.
Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: $6.3 million from 1,932 locations in 27 markets. International cume = $43.8 million.
John Carter: $6.2 million in 54 territories. International cume = $188.3 million.
21 Jump Street: $4.0 million in 15 markets. International cume = $22.2 million.
This Means War: $2.8 million from 2,517 locations in 44 markets. International cume = $83.6 million.
Project X: $2.6 million in 27 markets. International cume = $24.2 million.
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island: $2.2 million in 47 markets. International cume = $214.5 million.
Bel Ami: $1.8 million from 375 locations in Russia. International cume = $1.8 million.
Puss in Boots: $1.7 million from 812 locations in 18 markets. International cume = $399.7 million.
The Vow: $1.6 million in 20 markets. International cume = $48.6 million.
Thursday Afternoon Update: Lionsgate reports that The Hunger Games grossed $8.051 million on Wednesday, pushing the film's domestic total to $181.759 million.
Wednesday Afternoon Update: Lionsgate reports that The Hunger Games grossed $10.348 million on Tuesday. That brings the five-day domestic cume for the film to a massive $173.708 million.
Tuesday Afternoon Update: Lionsgate reports that The Hunger Games raked in $10.823 million on Monday, pushing its domestic cume to a whopping $163.359 million.
Monday Morning Update: Lionsgate reports that The Hunger Games officially made $152.5 million domestically over the weekend. That's still high enough to give in the best non-sequel opening of all time. Hunger Games' opening ranks in third place behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 and The Dark Knight.
Sunday Morning Update: Lionsgate reports that The Hunger Games will make $155 million domestically during its debut frame. That's the best non-sequel opening of all time and it ranks in third place behind only Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 and The Dark Knight. Hunger Games grabbed another $59.25 million abroad.
Saturday Morning Update: Lionsgate reports that The Hunger Games made $68.25 million on Friday. That's the highest non-sequel Friday gross and the 5th highest Friday gross.
Friday Morning Update #2: Lionsgate reports that The Hunger Games made $19.735 million from midnight shows, giving it the highest non-sequel midnight gross of all time. The Hunger Games ranks seventh on the list of best midnight grosses.
Friday Morning Update: The Hunger Games hysteria is reaching new heights after midnight shows. Lionsgate's blockbuster added tons of support on Facebook and Twitter last night:
Likes as of 2/28/12: 2,339,295
Likes as of 3/23/12 (6:45 a.m. PT): 3,154,431
Total Increase: 925,758
Other Increases During Same Time Period: Official The Twilight Saga page (1,355,389); The Dark Knight Rises (280,666)
Total Tweets from March 1 - March 23, 2012: 509,800
Other Tweet Counts During Same Time Period: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (54,340); The Dark Knight Rises (7,762)
WASHINGTON D.C. -- Oscar®-winning actress Charlize Theron will receive the "CinemaCon Distinguished Decade of Achievement in Film Award," it was announced today by the convention's managing director, Mitch Neuhauser. CinemaCon, the official convention of The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO), the largest and most important gathering of cinema owners and operators from around the world, will be held April 23 - 26, 2012 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Theron will be presented with this special honor at the "CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards" ceremony to take place on Thursday evening, April 26, in The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The Coca-Cola Company, the official presenting sponsor of CinemaCon, will host the final night gala awards program.
"Over the past decade, Charlize Theron has proven that as an actor, she can do it all. Whether her role be comedic or dramatic, she never ceases to entertain audiences with her unique ability to capture the essence of any character," noted Neuhauser. "Her thought-provoking, engaging and riveting performances have garnered her critical acclaim and multiple awards and nominations. We're looking forward to joining the company of those honoring such an inspiring and talented actress."
Theron will be seen this summer starring as the evil queen out to destroy Snow White (Kristen Stewart) in the epic action-adventure "Snow White and the Huntsman," to be released on June 1, 2012 by Universal Pictures. But what the wicked ruler never imagined is that the young woman threatening her reign has been training in the art of war with a huntsman (Chris Hemsworth) dispatched to kill her. Sam Claflin also joins the cast as the prince long enchanted by Snow White's beauty and power.
Theron can also be seen this summer in 20th Century Fox's "Prometheus," set to be released on June 8, 2012. With "Prometheus," director Ridley Scott creates a groundbreaking mythology in which a team of explorers journey to the darkest corners of the earth to fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.
Theron made her feature film debut in 1996 alongside James Spader, Eric Stolz and Jeff Daniels in MGM's "2 Days in the Valley." She went on to land roles in a diverse array of films including "Celebrity," "Cider House Rules," "Sweet November," "Italian Job," "Monster," "North Country," "Hancock" and "The Road." Her portrayal of female serial killer Aileen Wuornos in the independent release "Monster" earned her an Independent Spirit Award, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award and an Academy Award, among many other honors. She also received an Academy Award nomination for her role in "North County," an Emmy and Golden Globe nomination for "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers" and a Golden Globe nomination for her most recent film, "Young Adult."