23 December 2012 8:41 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty"  continued to show strength this weekend after a record breaking mid-week debut. In just 5 theaters, the film grossed a staggering $410,000 for a $82,000 per-theater-average. That made for the fourth best average of the year behind "The Master," "Moonrise Kingdom" and "Lincoln" and took its total to $639,000 after 5 days of very limited release. The film had its best night yet on Saturday, grossing $154,699 for a $30,939 daily average. It grossed a whopping $41,064 Saturday at New York's Lincoln Square alone. The film had the #1 gross in each of the complexes where the film was playing with the exception of Lincoln Square where the Imax screening of "The Hobbit" slightly outgrossed it. The film is expanding nationwide in early January to coincide with the Oscar nominations. Also faring very well was Michael Haneke's "Amour," which Sony Pictures »

- Peter Knegt

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