Wednesday, December 29, 2010

One Hundred MillTRON...




Walt Disney Pictures' "Tron Legacy" has passed the 100 million dollar mark...

The picture opened in first place, but slightly less than predicted (43 million versus 50 million), but has maintained a steady daily average. While it's not the blockbuster the Mouse had hoped, it's doing solid business, earning about 170 million worldwide so far. In the case of IMAX it's doing record setting business, with a quarter of the profit coming from those small amount of screens. While the future of this film is a franchise or not isn't known, the box office has been surprisingly steady. The merchandise, DVD/Blu-Ray/rental and animated series will determine if there's a TR3N.

Till then, the grid is still active...

13 comments:

Darrell said...

Now let's see if it takes till 2038 to release...

Tinman said...

You mean a Tron 2.1 ;)

Anonymous said...

Darrell = Spokker Jr.

Anonymous said...

Darrell is Spokker's tool.

Tron Sucks Sucks said...

You think Darrell is bad just wait until Tron Sucks chimes in to tell us all how much Tron sucks again.

Darrell said...

"Darrell = Spokker Jr."

"Darrell is Spokker's tool."

Ooh... insults.

Anonymous said...

Touchy, touchy.

Have we found your soft, sensitive spot Darrell?

Darrell said...

"Have we found your soft, sensitive spot Darrell?"

I didn't know you were trying to find one...

Connie Moreno said...

Oh my gosh, really? COOL! Haven't seen it yet but I will, I will!

Anonymous said...

The only reason Darrel would respond to those comments is because they're true.

Dusty Banks said...

So I really hope that Tron can stay alive after green hornet opens. Most likely Green Hornet will take the IMAX screens so I hope Tron's % doesn't drop too much. I might even see it again.

Rinzler said...

Honor should revise his post because after today Tron will pass the $200 mill mark. As of yesterday it is at $196 mill worldwide.

Dom Cobb said...

Inception should easily get Best Original Screenplay and should win Best Picture and Nolan Best Director.