A final tally of overseas box-office results indicated Monday that The Bourne Ultimatum continued to rule as the No. 1 film. Preliminary results had put I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry in first place. But Bourne, which has held on to the top spot for six of the past seven weeks, was reported to have taken in $9.4 million, edging out Chuck, which took in $9.3 million.

The top ten films over the weekend, according to final figures compiled by Media by Numbers (figures in parentheses represent total gross to date):
1. The Game Plan, Disney, $22,950,971, (New); 2. The Kingdom, Universal, $17,135,055, (New); 3. Resident Evil: Extinction, Sony, $8,036,405, 2 Wks. ($36,826,411); 4. Good Luck Chuck, Lions Gate, $6,244,066, 2 Wks. ($23,513,142); 5. 3:10 to Yuma, Lions Gate, $4,208,366, 4 Wks. ($43,951,910); 6. The Brave One, Warner Bros., $3,719,285, 3 Wks. ($30,834,753); 7. Mr. Woodcock, New Line, $2,947,402, 3 Wks. ($19,578,594); 8. Eastern Promises, Focus Features, $2,938,847, 3 Wks. ($11,281,492); 9. Sydney White, Universal, $2,569,515, 2 Wks. ($8,449,395); 10. Across the Universe, Sony, $2,016,224, 3 Wks. ($5,476,433).




02/10/2007