Friday, November 4, 2011

Friday B.O.: 'Tower Heist,' 'Puss in Boots' strong

U's 'Tower Heist' is on the right track to win the weekend having a $$ 30 million opening. DreamWorks Animations' 'Puss in Boots' is holding strong in the second weekend, with $25 million."Tower Heist" is on the right track to win the weekend having a $$ 30 million bow, while "Puss in Boots" is waiting on hold strong for any $25 million second-week take, based on forecasts according to early Friday returns in the domestic box office. The prospects for "A Really Harold & Kumar three dimensional Christmas" were murkier -- it's drawn in $500,000 at the begining of matinees, but tend to pop with late-evening auds, passing on a variety from $14 million to $18 million, based on which team you request. Universal's "Tower Heist" made $1.4 million at the begining of Friday returns, which most B.O. experts believe should provide the weekend crown. But less positive estimations place it within the $23 million-$25 million range, establishing a possible equine race with DreamWorks Animation's "Boots." The three dimensional family toon, which experienced in last weekend's opening from the freakishly early winter storm within the Northeast, opened up to $34 million. But it is shedding a scant 30% week over week, using it track for that silver medal. Contact Andrew Stewart at

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