‘Midnight in Paris’ Continues Brisk Box Office Run

Woody Allen may have celebrated his 75th birthday last December, but his latest film "Midnight in Paris" is full of vim and vigor at the box office.

After opening last weekend on six screens, with the best limited debut of 2011 and the 13th highest per-theater average of all time (just behind "Precious" and ahead of "The King’s Speech" and "Black Swan"), the Paris-based romantic comedy continued to bring in hearty sales over the Memorial Day Weekend. Though playing in only 58 theaters, the movie earned $2.6 million for a per-screen average of $45,081. (By comparison, "Jumping the Broom," playing in 939 locations, made $2.35 million.) Read More...



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