QoS passes $160 million mark in U.S., Canada

Quantum of Solace is running out of gas in the U.S. and Canada but has passed the $160 million mark in ticket sales.

Quantum was No. 10 this weekend, with $2.15 million in sales, according to a Bloomberg story. Yes Man was this weekend’s No. 1 movie, according to Bloomberg’s Michael White and Cynthia Cotts. You can read it by clicking RIGHT HERE.

This is probably our last update on the subject. The movie was a financial success but there were more mixed feelings compared to Casino Royale. So who knows what direction Eon will go next time?

QoS falls to No. 4 in U.S., Canada

Quantum of Solace, in its third weekend of release in the U.S. and Canada slipped to the No. 4 movie with an estimated $19.5 million in ticket sales. It had been No. 2 last week and debuted in the top slot.

The No. 1 film this weekend was Four Chistmases at $46.7 million, followed by Bolt at $26.6 million and Twilight at $26.3 million.

The total U.S. and Canadian gross for the 22nd James Bond film produced by Eon Productions now stands around $142 million. To see the complete list, posted on Yahoo, with data from Box Office Mojo LLC, click RIGHT HERE.

Nobody at Sony Pictures is going to be missing any meals…

quantum-of-solace-international-poster Quantum of Solace, already breaking box office records worldwide, is looking to do equally amazing business in the US, which isn’t one of the top markets for James Bond movies in the world.

As of 1:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 15, it looks like the film has grossed at least $26 million — paving the way for a staggering, but possible, $70 million opening weekend. Not too bad for a 46-year-old movie series!

Nikki Finke’s Deadline Hollywood Daily has the latest numbers. You can read all about it RIGHT HERE.

And for all you Bond fans who have some issues with the film itself, our best advice has always been: if you really, really hate it, then only go to see it twice.