Marines lose to Chicken

Here are the Box Office Results for the weekend of November 4-6, 2005. Disney’s first solo computer-generated animated feature, Chicken Little, took the top honors, pulling in an estimated $40 million, above analyst estimates. The marine biopic, Jarhead, came in second, with over $28 million. Suprisingly, according to Box Office Mojo, Jarhead had a LARGER budget than Chicken Little. ($72 vs. $60) The horror film Saw II still screamed up the money, raking in $17 million to close out the top three.

1. Chicken Little, $40,086,000
2. Jarhead, $28,751,000
3. Saw II, $17,200,000
4. The Legend of Zorro, $10,000,000
5. Prime, $5,263,000
6. Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story, $4,800,000
7. Good Night, and Good Luck., $3,100,000
8. The Weather Man, $2,935,000
9. Shopgirl, $2,524,000
10. Flightplan (10th week in the top 10), $2,330,000
Total Intake: $116,989,000
New Movie Earnings: $68,837,000

Click here to read TDI’s November movie preview.

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