Black Swan: $17 million from 3,873 screens in 45 markets. International total: $122.6 million. Worldwide total: $226 million.
I Am Number Four: $16.3 million from 21 territories representing 50% percent of the international market. International total: $19.3 million. Worldwide total: $57 million.
True Grit: $13.5 million from 3,540 locations in 56 markets. International total: $47.1 million. Worldwide total: $214.2 million.
The King's Speech: $12 million from 40 markets. International total: $142 million. Worldwide total: $257 million.
Just Go With It: $9.4 million from 2,112 screens in 19 markets. International total: $25.1 million. Worldwide total: $104.4 million.
No Strings Attached: $9 million from 2,625 locations in 41 markets. International total: $34 million. Worldwide total: $102.8 million.
Tangled: $7.9 million from 52 territories representing a little more than 88% of the international market. International total: $343 million. Worldwide total: $538 million.
Yogi Bear: $7.8 million from 3,600 screens in 38 markets. International total: $90.75 million. Worldwide total: $188.5 million.
The complete list of winners:
The Last Airbender
Ashton Kutcher / Killers and Valentine's Day
The Four "Gal Pals" / Sex and the City 2
(Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis & Cynthia Nixon)
WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Jessica Alba / The Killer Inside Me, Little Fockers, Machete and Valentine's Day
WORST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Jackson Rathbone / The Last Airbender and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
WORST eye-gouging MIS-USE of 3-D (Special Category for 2010!)
The Last Airbender (Released in "Fake 3-D")
WORST SCREEN COUPLE / WORST SCREEN ENSEMBLE
The Entire Cast of Sex and the City 2
M. Night Shyamalan / The Last Airbender
The Last Airbender Written by M. Night Shyamalan,
Based on the TV series created by Michael Dante DiMartino and Brian Konietzko
WORST PREQUEL, REMAKE, RIP-OFF or SEQUEL (Combined Category for 2010)
Sex and the City 2
LOS ANGELES - The Classification and Rating Administration (CARA) has assigned a PG-13 rating to an alternate version of The King's Speech submitted by The Weinstein Company. The original version of the film is rated R "for some language." CARA has rated the alternate version PG-13 "for language." Bob Pisano, President and Interim CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (MPAA) and John Fithian, President and CEO of the National Association of Theatre Owners, have also waived, upon request from The Weinstein Company, a CARA rule requiring a distributor to fully withdraw the original version of the film from theaters for 90-days before replacing it with an alternate version.
The purpose of the 90-day withdrawal period is to avoid public confusion about the rating of a film when there is more than one version introduced theatrically. However, the ratings rules allow the film's distributor to show the MPAA and NATO that a period less than 90 days is sufficient to prevent confusion in light of circumstances related to the motion picture.
"The movie rating system has endured for more than 40 years because it was designed to evolve not only with societal values, but with the growth and evolution of the motion picture industry itself," said Pisano. "The Weinstein Company has undertaken a commitment to ensure, through a revised advertising campaign, that it will be clear to consumers that a newly rated version of this film is coming to theaters near them. In this case a waiver is justified."
Added Fithian, "Given The Weinstein Company's commitment to advertise and promote the new version of The King's Speech as a differently rated version, to remove all prints of the earlier version, and given the high profile of the movie, we believe there is little likelihood of confusion among our patrons. We are pleased that The Weinstein Company respected the rating system by creating a different version of their movie and submitting it for proper classification before making it available to a wider audience."
James Franco is reportedly very close to signing a deal to play the lead in Disney's Oz: The Great and Powerful. Robert Downey Jr. was first attached the role, and Johnny Depp briefly circled the project.
Robert Downey Jr. will no longer play the title role in Disney's Oz: The Great and Powerful for director Sam Raimi. Johnny Depp is now in discussions to take his place, but there are concerns as to whether or not he'll have time in his schedule for it. Depp has helped Disney make billions with the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy and Alice in Wonderland.
Source: Deadline Hollywood Daily
Sam Raimi will in fact direct Robert Downey Jr. in Oz: The Great and Powerful.
Disney is reportedly after Sam Raimi to direct and Robert Downey Jr. to star in Oz: The Great and Powerful, an origin story of the famous Wizard of Oz character created by L. Frank Baum.
Raimi recently left his duties on the Spider-Man franchise, and he's been circling a couple of projects ever since. As for Downey, he's successfully launched two franchises in Iron Man and Sherlock Holmes, which means that he may not have the time, or desire, to launch what could be a third.