Jumper Movie PosterDoug Liman’s Jumper (Fox) received a nice 27% Saturday surge, adding just over $11M for a new 3-day cume of $26.37M. With a projected $8M or so on Sunday and another $4.19M on President’s Day, the tepidly-reviewed Hayden Christensen sci-fi action movie will finish with a 5-day of $38.63M, more than enough to win the competitive frame.

Disney’s Step Up to the Streets grabbed another $7.43M on Saturday, and it will finish the Valentine’s Day-thru-President’s Day 5-day period with just over $28M and 5-day PTA of $11,372 per location. The news was even better for Paramount’s The Spiderwick Chronicles with a monstrous 81% Saturday increase. The well-reviewed and expensive family fantasy film actually finished #2 for the day with an estimated $7.96M. I’ve raised my 5-day estimate to $26.26M, #3 for the period.

The Matthew McConaughey/Kate Hudson romantic comedy Fool’s Gold (Warner Bros) collected another $5.66M on Saturday, and it will bank $19.29M by Tuesday morning for a new cume of $44.7M. The new rom-com Definitely Maybe (Universal) fell slightly behind holdover Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins (Universal) on Saturday, but the Ryan Reynolds vehicle should stay in the top 5 for the 5-day with a likely $14.77M compared to Welcome Home’s $13M.

EXCLUSIVE FANTASY MOGULS EARLY SATURDAY ESTIMATES
1. Jumper (Fox) – $11.04M – $3,223 PTA – $26.37M cume
2. The Spiderwick Chronicles (Paramount) – $7.96M – $2,070 PTA – $14.67M cume
3. Step Up 2 the Streets (Disney) – $7.43M – $3,010 PTA – $20.33M cume
4. Fool’s Gold (Warner Bros) -$5.66M – $1,812 PTA – $38.4M cume
5. Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins (Universal) – $4.17M – $1,748 PTA – $26.6M cume
6. Definitely Maybe (Universal) – $4.11M – $1,865 PTA – $10.22M cume
7. Juno (Fox Searchlight) – $2M – $1,077 PTA – $122.6M cume
8. The Bucket List (Warner Bros) – $1.85M – $802 PTA – $79.8M cume
9. Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds (Disney) – $1.406M – $2,053 PTA – $57.2M cume
10. 27 Dresses (Fox) – $1.404M – $725 PTA – $69M cume
11. The Eye (Lionsgate) – $1.339M – $629 PTA – $25.4M cume
12. There Will Be Blood (Paramount Vantage) – $1.332M – $945 PTA – $29.9M cume
*In Bruge (Focus) – $435,000 – $3,884 PTA – $1.28M cume
*George A. Romero’s Diary of the Dead (Weinstein Company/MGM) – $90,000 – $2,143 PTA – $170,000 cume
*Tout est parfait [Everything is Fine] (Alliance Films) – $55,000 – $2,115 PTA – $85,000
*The Band’s Visit (Sony Classics) – $30,000 – $3,750 PTA – $140,000 cume
*The Year My Parents Went on Vacation (City Lights) – $27,000 – $1,500 PTA – $39,000 cume

EXCLUSIVE FANTASY MOGULS EARLY 5-DAY ESTIMATES
1. Jumper (Fox) – $38.63M – $11,270 PTA – $38.63M cume
2. Step Up 2 the Streets (Disney) – $28.08M – $11,372 PTA – $28.08M cume
3. The Spiderwick Chronicles (Paramount) – $26.26M – $6,828 PTA – $26.26M cume
4. Fool’s Gold (Warner Bros) -$19.29M – $6,176 PTA – $44.7M cume
5. Definitely Maybe (Universal) – $14.77M – $6,704 PTA – $14.77M cume
6. Welcome Back, Roscoe Jenkins (Universal) – $13.02M – $5,457 PTA – $31.3M cume
7. Juno (Fox Searchlight) – $6.2M – $3,329 PTA – $124.8M cume
8. The Bucket List (Warner Bros) – $5.57M – $2,416 PTA – $81.7M cume
9. Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds (Disney) – $4.66M – $6,804 PTA – $59.2M cume
10. The Eye (Lionsgate) – $4.56M – $2,143 PTA – $26.9M cume
10. 27 Dresses (Fox) – $4.47M – $2,313 PTA – $70.6M cume
11. There Will Be Blood (Paramount Vantage) – $3.94M – $2,796 PTA – $31.5M cume
*In Bruge (Focus) – $1.22M – $10,916 PTA – $1.78M cume
*George A. Romero’s Diary of the Dead (Weinstein Company/MGM) – $270,000 – $6,429 PTA – $270,000 cume
*Tout est parfait [Everything is Fine] (Alliance Films) – $150,000 – $5,769 PTA – $150,000 cume
*The Band’s Visit (Sony Classics) – $92,000 -$11,500 PTA – $176,000 cume
*The Year My Parents Went on Vacation (City Lights) – $70,000 – $3,889 PTA – $70,000 cume

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