Mr. Beans Holiday
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Opening reel, set in a rainy London in June, has Bean (Atkinson) winning a free holiday in the South of France during a church raffle. Film clicks into gear as Bean screws up his rail connection in Paris and, armed with a compass, causes chaos as he walks in a straight line across the city from La Defense to Gare de Lyon to catch the Riviera express. (Buster Keaton-like joke is replayed briefly, and even more cleverly, at the end of the movie as Bean makes his way to the beach.)
THIS WEEKEND Arecord summer box office ended on a high note with a record Labor Day weekendled by Rob Zombie's new take on the horror classic Halloweenwhich scored the biggest opening ever for this holiday frame.The R-rated creepfest grossed $30.6M over the four-day Friday-to-Mondayperiod, according to final studio figures,for MGM and The Weinstein Co. from an ultrawide 3,472 theaters for a powerful$8,811 average. That was enough to slash through the previous holiday bestof $20.1M from 2005's Transporter 2by a stunning 52%. Over the Friday-to-Sunday portion, the pic scored $26.5Mand a $7,622 average. The gross for the Michael Myers fright pic surgedahead of industry expectations and ranked as the best horror opening sinceSaw III's three-day tally of $33.6Mfrom last Halloween.
Marking the end of summer and a time when students begin going backto school, Labor Day weekend is typically the weakest of all the holidayweekends during the year. But the overall summer movie season was anythingbut. The domestic box office generated over $4 billion led by seven blockbustersthat crossed the $200M mark with four sailing past the $300M milestone.Both were new industry highs. Overseas, the box office was on fire withsequels dominating international multiplexes. 781b155fdc