Sunday, June 20, 2010


Disney/Pixar's Toy Story 3 slaughtered its rivals this weekend, debuting as the highest ever grossing opening weekend for an animated feature with $109 million. It opened on Friday as the 12th highest opening film of all time earning $41 million that day alone.

Sony Pictures' The Karate Kid continues to perform exceptionally well, taking in $29 million in its second week, which is more than many films earn in a theatrical run. The film just surpasses the $100 million mark domestically.

The A-Team despite getting pulverized in terms of reviews, brought in $13.8 million this weekend, good enough to put it in third proving that hot talented Bradley Cooper is now indeed a bona fide Leading Man.

Warner Bros.' Jonah Hex debuted in an embarrassing eighth spot with $5.1 million, a second consecutive Box Office bomb for gorgeous star Megan Fox after Jennifer's Body.

Expect Fox's Knight and Day to debut huge next weekend. The Action/Comedy stars Cameron Diaz and Tom Cruise. Of course, the studio has an arrogant no Blogger policy so I won't be reviewing it prior.

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