Monday, 4 July 2011
'Transformers: Dark Of The Moon' Defeats Competition In US Box Office
Cars 2 had a rather unimpressive weekend with $25 million but despite the poor figures the film has managed to toal an impressive $116m. Bad Teacher came in third with $14.1m.
Larry Crowne made a surprsingly poor weekend debut with only $13 million, although with such big competition it picked a bad weekend to try and make an impact. Monte Carlo came fifth with $7.6m
and Super 8 continued a good run with $7.5 million which means the film has passed the $100m mark.
Green Lantern recorded $6.2m at the weekend and was followed by Mr Popper's Penguins with $5.1m. Bridesmaids continued in the top ten with $3.5m and has currently notched an impressive figure of $152m. Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris rounded off the top ten with $3.4m.
Anyone see Transformers 3 at the weekend? Let us know what you thought and check out the So I Saw This Film review of the newly released film.
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