‘The Conspirator’ Box Office – Opening Weekend

The numbers are in from “The Conspirator” opening weekend gross.

The $25 million budget film for director Robert Redford screened at 707 theaters during the film’s opening weekend.

The Conspirator Movie Poster

April 15, 2011 – 707 theaters – $1,099,750 total gross ($1,556 per theater average)

April 16, 2011 – 707 theaters – $1,577,213 total gross ($2,231 per theater average)

April 17, 2011 – 707 theaters – $832,085 total gross ($1,177 per theater average)

Three day total at 707 theaters – $3,509,048 total gross ($4,963 per theater average/3 days)

Revenue needed to break-even: $21,490,952

[Source: http://www.the-numbers.com/movie/Conspirator-The]

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