Tuesday, January 18, 2011

The Green Hornet & Grenade Chart Impact!!!

The Green Hornet #1 Box OfficeBruno Mars Impact Billboard Chart
"The Green Hornet" appears to have played to expectations for the four-day Martin Luther King holiday weekend.  The Sony Pictures action comedy is estimated to have grossed $40 million over the frame which is just slightly below industry pre-release polling.  However, considering the studio thought the film was dead in the water just last summer, that's still a major turnaround for the Seth Rogen reboot.
USA Weekend Box-Office Summary
Week : 14 January 2011
Rank     Title     Weekend     Gross

1 The Green Hornet (2011)     $40M     $40M
2 The Dilemma (2011)     $21.1M     $21.1M
3 True Grit (2010)     $13.1M     $128M
4 The King's Speech (2010)     $11.2M     $46.7M
5 Black Swan (2010)     $10.3M     $75.2M
6 Little Fockers (2010)     $8.4M     $135M
7 Yogi Bear (2010)     $7.4M     $84.2M
8 TRON: Legacy (2010)     $6.83M     $158M
9 The Fighter (2010)     $6.2M     $66.8M
10 Tangled (2010)     $5.46M     $182M

Meanwhile, Bruno Mars impacts the Billboard chart and circles back to the top of the Billboard Hot 100, as "Grenade" once again replaces Katy Perry's "Firework" at No. 1 (1-2).

"Grenade" supplanted "Firework" two weeks ago, only to have Perry's track reclaim the chart's lead spot for a fourth cumulative frame on last week's ranking. It is the first time two songs have alternated holds at No. 1 over four weeks since "Live Your Life" by T.I. featuring Rihanna traded spots with Beyonce's "Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)" in December 2008. Mars' track sits atop Digital Songs for a fourth straight week with 275,000 downloads (down 35%), according to Nielsen SoundScan, as the post-holiday glow has finally worn off the digital download market with total sales dipping by 29% this week.

Threatening the reign of Mars' "Grenade" or the return of Perry's "Firework" to No. 1 next week will be the arrival of Britney Spears' "Hold It Against Me," which was released near-simultaneously at radio (Jan. 10) and exclusively at iTunes (Jan. 11). With airplay off to a blazing start and track sales set to exceed 400,000 according to industry sources, a second No. 1 debut for the pop starlet is likely. She previously started at the summit with "3" on the chart dated October 24, 2009.

1 Grenade, Bruno Mars (2weeks#1)
2 Firework, Katy Perry
3 What’s My Name?, Rihanna feat Drake
4 We R Who We R, Ke$ha
5 Raise Your Glass, P!nk
6 Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You), Enrique Iglesias feat Ludacris & DJ Frank E
7 Black And Yellow, Wiz Khalifa
8 The Time (Dirty Bit), The Black Eyed Peas
9 Just The Way You Are, Bruno Mars
10 Only Girl (In The World), Rihanna

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