Monday, March 19, 2007

The 300 spartan expects hit $200 million marks

The Warner Bros. movie and directed by Zack Snyder and based on Frank Miller's graphic novel starring by Scottish actor Gerard Butler as the king Leonidas of the Spartans who leads 300 of his men to a glorious death against the Persians at the Battle of Thermopylae against king Xerxes. King Leonidas ask his 300 Spartans to prepare for glory and fight for freedom for their country against the persian empire. The king Leonidas and the 300 wariors die in the end by the persian arrows, but one of spartans orders by king Leonidas to return to the country live to tell the story.

The movie which cost about $65 million to make, sold $31.2 million worth of tickets in the three days beginning on March 16, taking its 10-day haul to $127.4 million.
The 300 spartan stand NO1 box office betting Wild Hogs into the second spots touching $18 million with a total of $104 million. The 300 spartan also stand NO1 in most Asia countries earning $15.6 million. The Time Warner Inc. owned studio expects the film to hit $200 million.