Obviously, it did well for just being on 868 screens, but:<br><br>Between Wednesday and Sunday (the film opened in limited release on Wednesday,) box office estimates show a gross of $21,958,000, or just under $22 million. In comparison, in that same time frame, the new comedy 'White Chicks' pulled in $27,100,000. That's right...if you take Wednesday-Sunday, White Chicks is #1. It's only when you go to Friday-Sunday does Fahrenheit barely become the #1 movie, with an edge of just over $2 million.<br><br>(source: BoxOfficeMojo.com)<br><br>Just doing my part to stir the pot <br><br><br>
What I see here<br><br>is this:<br><br><br><br>The first dollar figure is for the weekend, the third for total. I don't know about elsewhere, but here F 9-11 didn't open till Friday, although apparently it did open on Wednesday elsewhere. The other movie opened on Wednesday too.<br><br>The interesting figure for me is the per-theater take, the second dollar figure up there, although I guess if you divide that figure by 3.1 (which is around what the # of theaters for the one divided by the other gives you), you end up with around 8,000 per theater for Fº, which makes it about the same as for the other film.<br><br>
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