For the 10th year in a row, Sony Pictures crossed the $1 billion mark for 2011 at the domestic box office. The milestoned passed this weekend was helped by The Smurfs, Just Go With It, Bad Teacher, The Green Hornet, and Battle: Los Angeles. The studio should clear $1.3 billion With the upcoming Anonymous, Jack And Jill , Arthur Christmas, and 11 days of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo still to go.
Sony Pictures Passes $1B Domestic In 2011
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