Sunday, May 23, 2010


Paramount Pictures' Shek Forever After destroyed its opposition this weekend at the Box Office, pulling in $71.3 million. Impressive, but not quite as impressive as some of that franchise's earlier films. Shrek the Third for example pulled in $121.6 million on its opening weekend domestically. Cameron Diaz was seen on the Live with Regis & Kelly Show last week, confirming this is the last film in the series and said that she was quite sad to see it end.

Iron Man 2, also from Paramount slips to second in its third week of release. To date the film has earned $251.2 million domestically and $506 million worldwide. It was made for $200 million.

Robin Hood also continues to perform well, more so overseas. It has already made $191 million worldwide, with $18.7 million of that coming this past weekend, good enough to land it in third.

The hilarious MacGruber reviewed here Friday, debuted in sixth spot pulling in only $4.1 million. The film was made for only $10 million and shouldn't be a loss for Rogue Pictures/Relativity Media.

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