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Weekend box office

November 15, 2005

Focus Features' "Pride & Prejudice," the first feature film adaptation in 65 years of Jane Austen's novel, made it into the top 10 with $2.9 million in just 215 theaters, posting the best per-theater business in that group, playing in only a fraction of the locations of its nearest dollars-per-venue competitor, "Get Rich or Die Tryin'. "

Among more limited releases, Roadside Attractions' "Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic" opened in seven theaters, averaging $17,782 per location.

*--* Movie 3-Day Total Venues Avg. Weeks (Studio) Gross (Millions) Per (Millions) Venue

1 Chicken Little $31.7 $80.4 3,658 $8,653 2 (Buena Vista)

2 Zathura $13.4 $13.4 3,223 $4,166 1 (Sony)

3 Derailed $12.2 $12.2 2,443 $4,999 1 (Weinstein)

4 Get Rich or Die $12.0 $17.7 1,652 $7,277 1 Tryin' (Paramount)

5 Jarhead $11.7 $46.5 2,448 $4,795 2 (Universal)

6 Saw II $9.1 $73.9 2,949 $3,094 3 (Lions Gate)

7 The Legend of Zorro $6.4 $39.3 3,053 $2,090 3 (Sony)

8 Prime $3.9 $18.9 1,781 $2,175 3 (Universal)

9 Dreamer $3.7 $28.9 2,735 $1,363 4 (DreamWork s)

10 Pride & Prejudice $2.9 $2.9 215 $13,326 1 (Focus)

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Source: Exhibitor Relations Inc.

Los Angeles Times

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