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Weekend Box Office : 'Flintstones' Keeps Rolling Along

June 07, 1994|DANIEL CERONE

"The Flintstones" continued to carve a place right out of box-office history with $18.2 million over the weekend. The only higher weekend this year was the previous one, when "Flintstones" opened with $37.2 million. Its total take is now $62.4 million. Two new films debuted modestly: Director Penny Marshall's "Renaissance Man," in which Danny DeVito teaches Shakespeare to numb Army recruits, grossed $5.5 million; "The Cowboy Way," starring Woody Harrelson and Kiefer Sutherland as wide-brimmed cowpokes in New York, corralled $5 million. Bruce Brown's sequel to his classic surfer flick, "Endless Summer II," managed to hang in the Top 10 with $657,292.

Weekend Gross/ Screens/ Weeks in Movie (Studio) Total (millions) Average Release 1."The Flintstones" $18.2 2,511 2 (Universal) $62.4 $7,255 2."Maverick" $10 2,537 3 (Warner Bros.) $55.5 $3,952 3."Beverly Hills Cop III" $6.6 2,748 2 (Paramount) $28.5 $2,393 4."Renaissance Man" $5.5 1,764 1 (Touchstone) $5.5 $3,151 5."The Cowboy Way" $5 1,753 1 (Universal) $5 $2,880 6."The Crow" $4 1,806 4 (Miramax) $38.4 $2,224 7."When a Man Loves a Woman" $3.7 1,511 6 (Touchstone) $35.4 $2,452 8."Four Weddings and a Funeral" $1.5 913 13 (Gramercy) $42.9 $1,681 9."Crooklyn" $835,200 696 4 (Universal) $11.3 $1,200 10."Endless Summer II" $657,292 302 1 (New Line) $657,292 $2,176

SOURCE: Exhibitor Relations Co.

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