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'RV' rolls into top b.o. spot as 'United 93' flies into 2nd<BR clear="none"/>

2 May 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

In the relative calm before the launch of Paramount's Mission: Impossible III next weekend, four new wide releases hit theaters. Combined with holdovers, the fresh influx of new product helped raise the total boxoffice for the 134 films tracked by The Hollywood Reporter to $102.1 million -- up about 13% from the comparable frame last year and marking the sixth consecutive "up" weekend. With Mission: Impossible III debuting on Friday, that streak will easily extend to seven "up" weekends. Sony's RV was parked in the top slot with a debut of $16.4 million from 3,639 theaters -- the highest theater count of the four wide bows. The Robin Williams starrer, a PG-rated family comedy helmed by Barry Sonnenfeld, was the fifth No. 1 opening for the distributor this year. Altogether, Sony had three films in the top 10 this past weekend. »

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''RV' pulls into first place

1 May 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Sony Pictures' RV camped out in the top spot at the boxoffice for the weekend as the Robin Williams starrer hooked up an estimated $16.4 million from 3,639 sites in its debut. The Barry Sonnenfeld-directed family comedy, which carries a PG rating, marked the fifth No. 1 opening for the distributor this year. Universal Pictures' much-talked-about United 93, the story of the one hijacked plane on Sept. 11 that didn't reach its intended target, debuted in the second spot with an estimated $11.6 million from 1,795 theaters. The R-rated drama from director Paul Greengrass had the highest per-theater average of the top 12 films and also generated the highest theater grosses in North America on Friday and Saturday at the AMC Empire in New York. Buena Vista Pictures' Stick It had a surprisingly strong bow with an estimated $11.3 million from 2,038 houses, enough to catapult the film into the third spot. Early tracking had the PG-13 drama, centering on the world of competitive female gymnastics, pulling up a single-digit gross. Jeff Bridges and Missy Peregrym star in the Spyglass Entertainment co-production, from writer-director Jessica Bendinger. Not surprisingly, the largest portion of the audience was female and under age 18. »

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'RV' pulls into first place

1 May 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Sony Pictures' RV camped out in the top spot at the boxoffice for the weekend as the Robin Williams starrer hooked up an estimated $16.4 million from 3,639 sites in its debut. The Barry Sonnenfeld-directed family comedy, which carries a PG rating, marked the fifth No. 1 opening for the distributor this year. Universal Pictures' much-talked-about United 93, the story of the one hijacked plane on Sept. 11 that didn't reach its intended target, debuted in the second spot with an estimated $11.6 million from 1,795 theaters. The R-rated drama from director Paul Greengrass had the highest per-theater average of the top 12 films and also generated the highest theater grosses in North America on Friday and Saturday at the AMC Empire in New York. Buena Vista Pictures' Stick It had a surprisingly strong bow with an estimated $11.3 million from 2,038 houses, enough to catapult the film into the third spot. Early tracking had the PG-13 drama, centering on the world of competitive female gymnastics, pulling up a single-digit gross. Jeff Bridges and Missy Peregrym star in the Spyglass Entertainment co-production, from writer-director Jessica Bendinger. Not surprisingly, the largest portion of the audience was female and under age 18. »

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''RV' pulls into first place

30 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Sony Pictures' RV camped out in the top spot at the boxoffice for the weekend as the Robin Williams starrer hooked up an estimated $16.4 million from 3,639 sites in its debut. The Barry Sonnenfeld-directed family comedy, which carries a PG rating, marked the fifth No. 1 opening for the distributor this year. Universal Pictures' much-talked-about United 93, the story of the one hijacked plane on Sept. 11 that didn't reach its intended target, debuted in the second spot with an estimated $11.6 million from 1,795 theaters. The R-rated drama from director Paul Greengrass had the highest per-theater average of the top 12 films and also generated the highest theater grosses in North America on Friday and Saturday at the AMC Empire in New York. Buena Vista Pictures' Stick It had a surprisingly strong bow with an estimated $11.3 million from 2,038 houses, enough to catapult the film into the third spot. Early tracking had the PG-13 drama, centering on the world of competitive female gymnastics, pulling up a single-digit gross. Jeff Bridges and Missy Peregrym star in the Spyglass Entertainment co-production, from writer-director Jessica Bendinger. Not surprisingly, the largest portion of the audience was female and under age 18. »

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'RV' pulls into first place

30 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Sony Pictures' RV camped out in the top spot at the boxoffice for the weekend as the Robin Williams starrer hooked up an estimated $16.4 million from 3,639 sites in its debut. The Barry Sonnenfeld-directed family comedy, which carries a PG rating, marked the fifth No. 1 opening for the distributor this year. Universal Pictures' much-talked-about United 93, the story of the one hijacked plane on Sept. 11 that didn't reach its intended target, debuted in the second spot with an estimated $11.6 million from 1,795 theaters. The R-rated drama from director Paul Greengrass had the highest per-theater average of the top 12 films and also generated the highest theater grosses in North America on Friday and Saturday at the AMC Empire in New York. Buena Vista Pictures' Stick It had a surprisingly strong bow with an estimated $11.3 million from 2,038 houses, enough to catapult the film into the third spot. Early tracking had the PG-13 drama, centering on the world of competitive female gymnastics, pulling up a single-digit gross. Jeff Bridges and Missy Peregrym star in the Spyglass Entertainment co-production, from writer-director Jessica Bendinger. Not surprisingly, the largest portion of the audience was female and under age 18. »

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'RV' trailing no one this trip out

28 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

On the last weekend before the first big guns of May reach the silver screen, four new wide releases hope to take advantage of the calendar and pull in some respectable numbers. Sony Pictures' RV is the widest release among the weekend's new contenders with 3,639 venues. The PG-rated family comedy stars Robin Williams as a father who takes his dysfunctional family on a two-week vacation to the Colorado Rockies in an RV. Barry Sonnenfeld directed the Columbia Pictures-produced film, which co-stars Jeff Daniels and Cheryl Hines. With its broad appeal, family-friendly rating and ultrawide release, RV is the front-runner for the top spot heading into the weekend. The last time Williams was on the big screen in a family comedy, it was only his voice that audiences heard. That film, 20th Century Fox's CG-animated Robots, opened with a sterling $36 million, though RV is not tracking anywhere near that level. »

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'RV' trailing no one this trip out

27 April 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

On the last weekend before the first big guns of May reach the silver screen, four new wide releases hope to take advantage of the calendar and pull in some respectable numbers. Sony Pictures' RV is the widest release among the weekend's new contenders with 3,639 venues. The PG-rated family comedy stars Robin Williams as a father who takes his dysfunctional family on a two-week vacation to the Colorado Rockies in an RV. Barry Sonnenfeld directed the Columbia Pictures-produced film, which co-stars Jeff Daniels and Cheryl Hines. With its broad appeal, family-friendly rating and ultrawide release, RV is the front-runner for the top spot heading into the weekend. The last time Williams was on the big screen in a family comedy, it was only his voice that audiences heard. That film, 20th Century Fox's CG-animated Robots, opened with a sterling $36 million, though RV is not tracking anywhere near that level. »

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Tribeca fest unveils fare for families

23 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- The Tribeca Film Festival announced its Tribeca Family Festival lineup Thursday, including T4Teens, a new section of films for young adults. The 15-feature slate includes a mix of studio and indie fare: Charles Sturridge's remake of Lassie, starring Peter O'Toole, Peter Dinklage and Samantha Morton; Barry Sonnenfeld's RV, featuring Robin Williams as a father on a cross-country family trip; and Ted Wilde's classic 1927 silent film Speedy, starring legendary comedian Harold Lloyd. The four-film T4Teens section features Danny Cannon's soccer fable Goal! The Dream Begins and Alex Steyermark's comic look at a terminally ill teen with a final wish, One Last Thing. »

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