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'Skyfall' Breaks IMAX Non-Summer Records with $12.75 Domestic Haul on 320 Screens

Thompson on Hollywood By Beth Hanna | Thompson on Hollywood November 12, 2012 at 12:30PM

IMAX has posted its weekend "Skyfall" box office numbers: the 23rd James Bond film took in an impressive $12.75 million on 320 screens, resulting in an approximate $40K per-screen average. This is IMAX's best opening weekend ever in non-summer months.
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"Skyfall" is lifting all boats around the world, as the 007 franchise's highest-grossing entry thus far (not accounting for inflation), delivered an $87.8 million domestic opening this weekend, and an international haul of $428 million thus far. IMAX has posted its weekend "Skyfall" box office numbers as well: the 23rd James Bond film took in an impressive $12.75 million on 320 screens, resulting in an approximate $40K per-screen average. This is IMAX's best opening weekend ever in non-summer months.

The film also took in an estimated $2.7 million internationally, on 127 IMAX screens.

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