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Twelve Days of Box Office: Day Seven

By David Mumpower

December 27, 2006

They're auditioning to be briefcase girls on Deal or No Deal.

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Finally, for those of you who left feedback asking about the significance of The Love Letter's release date, you focused too much on its exact debut date of May 21, 1999. The key was not this date but instead what it represented: The Love Letter was sacrificed to the box office gods as an offering to George Lucas. Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace debuted two days prior and dominated the opening weekend wherein The Love Letter was rendered into a trivia sidenote. Thanks for playing!



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Box Office for 12/26/06
Rank
Film
Number
of Sites
Change from 12/25
Estimated
Gross ($)
Cumulative
Gross ($)
1 Night at the Museum 3,688 +12% 13.4 55.6
2 The Pursuit of Happyness 2,863 -6% 7.1 68.0
3 Dreamgirls 852 -32% 5.8 15.1
4 Rocky Balboa 3,017 -9% 4.5 31.1
5 The Good Shepherd 2,218 0% 4.1 18.2
6 Charlotte's Web 3,728 +97% 3.9 32.3
7 Eragon 3,030 +32% 3.1 43.0
8 We Are Marshall 2,606 +21% 2.9 12.6
9 Happy Feet 2,565 +71% 2.4 162.9
10 The Holiday 2,635 +10% 2.2 39.3

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