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Par's 'Brothers' a keeper with $21.2 mil bow

16 August 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Paramount's Four Brothers was clearly the film of choice for moviegoers this weekend as the R-rated action-drama from director John Singleton adopted $21.2 million to take the top spot. The debut of Brothers, which stars Mark Wahlberg, Tyrese Gibson, Garrett Hedlund and Andre Benjamin, was at the high end of expectations. It was the fourth time this year Paramount has opened a film at No. 1, tying Sony for the second highest; both lag behind 20th Century Fox's six No. 1 openings. Universal's The Skeleton Key, a PG-13 horror film starring Kate Hudson and helmed by Iain Softley, took many by surprise with a better than anticipated debut in the second spot with $16.1 million. But while this weekend had its individual bright spots, it proved to be another down session in comparison to 2004. There was nothing in the mix that could match the likes of Fox's Alien vs. Predator ($38.3 million) or Buena Vista's Princess Diaries 2: The Royal Engagement ($23 million), the top two films during the comparable frame last year. »

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Par's 'Brothers' a keeper with $21.2 mil bow

15 August 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Paramount's Four Brothers was clearly the film of choice for moviegoers this weekend as the R-rated action-drama from director John Singleton adopted $21.2 million to take the top spot. The debut of Brothers, which stars Mark Wahlberg, Tyrese Gibson, Garrett Hedlund and Andre Benjamin, was at the high end of expectations. It was the fourth time this year Paramount has opened a film at No. 1, tying Sony for the second highest; both lag behind 20th Century Fox's six No. 1 openings. Universal's The Skeleton Key, a PG-13 horror film starring Kate Hudson and helmed by Iain Softley, took many by surprise with a better than anticipated debut in the second spot with $16.1 million. But while this weekend had its individual bright spots, it proved to be another down session in comparison to 2004. There was nothing in the mix that could match the likes of Fox's Alien vs. Predator ($38.3 million) or Buena Vista's Princess Diaries 2: The Royal Engagement ($23 million), the top two films during the comparable frame last year. »

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