Sunday, June 17, 2012


Still form Madagascar 3
Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted steals the show again for a second straight week with $35 million earned this weekend. This brings its two-week tally to an excellent $120 million for Paramount Pictures, keeping Prometheus in second for a second straight week. The latter still is going strong, this weekend taking-in $21 million for a total of $89.6 million in its Run so far.

Warner Bros.' Rock of Ages debuts in third spot with $15 million, debuting below expectations for the $75-million Budget Musical. Regardless, I still loved it and will give everyone a Hug who goes and sees it!

Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg $70-million R-rated Comedy That's My Boy was timed perfectly for a Father's Day release for Sony Pictures however, Moviegoers didn't budge and it debuts in fourth spot with $13 million.

Snow White and The Huntsman finds itself in fifth this weekend with $13-million in its third week, now earning a total $121.6 million domestically. It has fared well Overseas also, earning $83 million in those parts.

Marvel's The Avengers is resilient still, in seventh spot in its seventh week with $8.3 million. To-date domestically is has earned $586 million, while Overseas it has made a resounding $824 million.

In its fourth week of being a Limited Release, Moonrise Kingdom earns $2.3 million for Focus Features/eOne Films. The Wes Anderson Comedy has earned a stellar 95% on Rotten Tomatoes' Tomatometer.

What to Expect When You're Expecting earns $1.3 million this weekend in its fifth week, rounding out the Top Ten.