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Midnight In Paris Tops Hannah and Her Sisters As Woody Allen's Top Film Of All Time

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Hey Harry Potter! You're not the only special one this weekend!

Woody Allen is patting himself on the back as his latest flick, Midnight in Paris, has become his highest-grossing flick of all time in North America.

On Friday, the movie grossed $500,000 , pushing its total gross to $40.4 million and overtaking Allen's flick Hannah and Her Sisters, which took $40.1 million in 1986.

Congrats on topping yourself, Woody! Here's hoping you can do it again!

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15 comments to “Midnight In Paris Tops Hannah and Her Sisters As Woody Allen's Top Film Of All Time”



  1. 1

    DONUT! 1986 DOLLARS ARE WORTH MORE THAN 2011 DOLLARS. YOU NEED TO ADJUST FOR INFLATION



  2. 2

    I still have a problem with Woody Allen having sex with his adopted daughter. Just like with MJ, it seems that the more talented an artist is, the more people are willing to sweep their perversions under the rug.



  3. 3

    I think it's great people are seeing his films. It's far from my favorite Allen film, but it was enjoyable, and all the footage of Paris is beautiful. There are a bunch of Allen films that I watch a few times a year - just fantastic - Another Woman, Deconstructing Harry, Husbands & Wives, Everyone says I love you, Stardust Memories, Radio Days, Interiors, and September.



  4. 4

    Rosebud99: I hear you. Well-said.



  5. 5

    Adjusting for ticket inflation, it is his 7th biggest grossing film in the US, having grossed about 1/2 of the 6th biggest grossing film.

    It has grossed about one third of what his two biggest - Annie Hall and Manhattan - would have grossed at today's ticket prices.

    It is his biggest hit in years.

    The budget for this was $30 million. Manhattan and Annie Hall cost less than $6 million.



  6. 6

    you couldn't pay me to sit through another dull dialogue driven Allen film.



  7. 7

    Woody Allen is a child rapist, so let's keep the excitement down to a minumum. ok?

    Peres=z, i have a feeling you love to exploit children. look at all the post about kids in hte past two months alone. Are you a child predator too?



  8. 8

    It was good, but "Bullets Over Broadway" is still the best, in my opinion…I too still have issues supporting his movies due to the Soon-Yi thing….It just is wrong…but he does make great movies…I dislike who he is as a man, but as a movie-maker, well I go see his movies…what can I say…."Annie Hall" is epic too….



  9. 9

    Woody Allen is not a child-rapist - there are actually laws about this sort of thing, and his lawyers could force Perez to reveal your name and sue you for libel.

    He has had a multi-decade relationship that by all accounts was consensual from the start with the adopted adult (yes she was of age when they started dating) of his girlfriend, with whom he was not living. Yes, it's not the most savory start of a relationship, but it has been by far the longest and successful in Allen's life, and by all accounts the couple is happy.



  10. 10

    I found a site where you can get coupons for restaurant called "Printapon" they are on all over the news, search online



  11. 11

    Love Woody Allen and all his movies, but 40+ Million is nothing to boast about



  12. 12

    Carla Bruni is ridiculous in the movie ! and this woman in France's fist lady…
    The most naked pictured first Lady of all times ! lol
    Shame on us !
    Just hope her and her husband will disapear after 2012's elections..



  13. 13

    Lmao, go for it. he didn't fuck his underaged adopted daughter. Are you fucking kidding me??!! ARE YOU!!

  14. luvu2 says – reply to this


    14

    Not a huge Woody Allen fan, but its always nice to see a win for Rachel McAdams and Owen Wilson.



  15. 15

    Woody Polanski!