Saturday, July 10, 2010

'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' Soundtrack Hanging Tough On Billboard 200





'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' OST - Summit Ent./Atlantic Records
The official motion picture soundtrack for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is sitting tough on the Billboard Top 200 list, resting at third place and considered the "greatest gainer" for the week of July 17, 2010.
The Eclipse soundtrack has been on the Top 200 for four consecutive weeks, waffling betwee a start in second place, a drop to sixth and the tenth, and now back up to third.
MTV wrote about the Eclipse soundtrack's continued success, noting that the number of units sold to achieve said gain were 65,000 (up 69%).
Chances are, the Eclipse soundtrack enjoyed a nice gain coming off of the film's theatrical release last week.
It's worth noting that The Twilight Saga: New Moon's official soundtrack debuted at number two on its first week on the chart (the week of October 31, 2009), jumped to number one the following week, and dropped to number eight (then ten for two weeks and back up to eight after the film's release). As such, Eclipse's heavy rise on the chart coming off of the film release is significant. Perhaps it has something to do with all of those well-placed songs?



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'Eclipse' Knocked Out Of No. 1 Slot, Heads Into 2nd Saturday With $214M Domestic, $319M Worldwide










UPDATE SATURDAY, JULY 10 12:00 NOON:

Early box 
office estimates are in for Friday, July 9. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse took in $11.08M from 4,468 domestic locations for a per theater average of $2,479. This gives the film a cumulative domestic total of $214.74M after 10 days in release. It comes in second place behind Despicable Me, which opens with $21.75M at 3,475 locations for a per theater average of $6,258. UPDATE SATURDAY, JULY 10 10:00 AM:

Early industry estimates predict a $35 million weekend for 
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. This would put it in second place behind Despicable Me, which is expected to win with a $55-60M opening. 


Keeping track of records, the film with the least number of days to reach $200M was 
The Dark Knight, which hit $203,773,518 after five days. New Moon is in fourth place, having taken eight days to reach $205,788,929. Eclipse stands in tenth place, taking nine days to reach $203,662,377. This puts the film ahead of Spider-Man, which took nine days to hit $202,035,007, and Avatar, which didn't break the $200M mark until its 10th day when it hit $212,711,184.

The record for the first 9 days in release is held by 
The Dark Knight with $290,119,997. The Twilight Saga: New Moon is #5 with $222,312,298. Eclipse finishes at #9 with $203,662,377. So far, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse has set all-time box office records for Opening Wednesdays, Single Day Wednesday Gross (non-adjusted), and Single Day Wednesday Gross (adjusted for inflation). It is in second place for Opening Day Gross, Single Day Gross, and Non-Opening Thursday Gross. Release records include Widest Releases, Widest Independent Releases, Widest Opening Independent Releases, Widest PG-13 Rated Openings, and Widest PG-13 Rated Releases. 



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Rob & Kristen's 'Eclipse' Press Junket Interviews With T4



Kristen Stewart Spotted Leaving The Bobby Long Concert At The Troubador In LA Last Night












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Opting to enjoy a rare night out on the town, Kristen Stewart kicked off her weekend by paying a visit to Troubadour club in West Hollywood on Friday (July 9).
Doing her best to go unnoticed, the Bella Swan beauty took cover alongside a security staffer as she headed to a nearby car following a performance by musician pal Bobby Long.

The sighting comes just after it was revealed by Summit Entertainment that “Breaking Dawn" will be filmed in both Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Vancouver, Canada beginning this fall.
To be released as two separate films, the first installment of "Breaking Dawn" is slated to hit theaters on November 18, 2011 with no set release date for the final Twilight Saga film.





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