$27.3 million, and 'Ides of March' comes in second.
And 'What's Your Number?' flops.
All made between 20 and 22 million. 'Abduction' was not even close.
'Drive,' 'Straw Dogs,' and 'I Don't Know How She Does It' don't fare well.
'Warrior' is no 'The Fighter.'
And the new releases keep eating into each other's box office.
Good news for 'The Help.'
$54 million worth.
And 'Harry Potter' falls off 75 percent.
It made nearly half a billion dollars worldwide.
While 'Transformers' becomes the highest-grossing film of the year.
A Happy July 4th for Michael Bay.
'Green Lantern' takes in $52, but it cost a lot more.
And it should have legs.
The sequel made $140 million, the weekend made $280.
And that's a good thing. A $24 million good thing.
Well, it wasn't as mighty as 'Fast Five' was last week, but $66 million isn't bad.
$84 million and the biggest opening in the history of Universal.
And 'Hop' stays strong.
The animated movie is the biggest of the year so far.
Zach Snyder's action movie loses out to a nerd.
And the 'Adjustment Bureau' didn't do too shabby, either.
The who and the why behind the weak openings of 'Hall Pass' and 'Drive Angry.'
'Unknown' wins the weekend.
For Super Bowl counter-programming, a 'Single White Female' knockoff was mildly effective.