Tyler Perry‘s Madea’s Family Reunion, which would have gotten killed by critics if Lionsgate had been dumb enough to show it to them (they weren’t and they didn’t), took in $10,169,000 yesterday (Friday, 2.24) on 2194 screens, and will end up with something like $30 million for the weekend. (My source believes “they had about 800 screens they didn’t need…some of those theatres are like bowling alleys.” Len Klady at Movie City News says Madea took in a bit more — $10.5 million.) The other two wide releases, Doogal (Weinstein Co.) and Running Scared (New Line), both tanked. The former, which did under a million on Friday, will probably do only about $3.4 million for the weekend. And Wayne Kramer‘s action-thriller, playing on roughly 1600 screens, will end up with $2.7 million. And Gavin Hood‘s Tsotsi (Miramax), did about $3600 a print in 6 theatres, and will finish the weekend with $70,000, give or take. By the way, here’s a very on-target and fairly balanced review of Perry’s film, by the Toronto Star‘s Geoff Pevere.