Now with marshmallow Add On.
For the first time in fifty-two years, there is no animated feature in America's Top Ten Favorite Movies. (I'm devastated, but what you can you do? ...)
The Top Money-Spinners
1. The Expendables (Lionsgate) Week 2 [3,270 Runs] -- Friday $4.9M (-63%), Estimated Weekend $15M, Estimated Cume $63M
2. Vampires Suck (Fox) NEW [3,233 Runs] -- Friday $4.4M, Estimated Weekend $12M, Estimated Cume $18.2M.
3. Lottery Ticket (Warner Bros) NEW [1,973 Runs] -- Friday $3.8M, Estimated Weekend $11M
4. Eat Pray Love (Sony) Week 2 [3,082 Runs] -- Friday $3.7M (-56%), Estimated Weekend $11.5M, Estimated Cume $43.5M
5. Piranha 3D (Dimension/Weinstein Co) NEW [2,470 Runs] -- Friday $3.6M, Estimated Weekend $10M
6. The Other Guys (Sony) Week 3 [3,472 Runs] -- Friday $3M (-46%), Estimated Weekend $9.6M, Estimated Cume $87.6M
7. The Switch (Miramax) NEW [2,012 Runs] -- Friday $2.7M, Estimated Weekend $8M
8. Nanny McPhee Returns (Working Title/Universal) NEW [2,784 Runs] -- Friday $2.6M, Estimated Weekend $8.5M
9. Inception (Warner Bros) Week 6 [2,401 Runs] -- Friday $2.1M (-36%), Estimated Weekend $7M, Estimated Cume $261.2M
10. Scott Pilgrim vs The World (Universal) Week 2 [2,820 Runs] -- Friday $1.6M (-64%), Estimated Weekend $4.6M, Estimated Cume $20.3M
Despicable Me, now standing at $227,580,000, has fallen to #11, and Toy Story 3 (#16 on our hit parade) will pass the $403 million marker by Sunday night.
Meantime, the immortal Vampires Suck, which has "instant classic" written all over it, stands at #2 as it collects a sterling 3% from Rotten Tomatoes. (I think I'll leave the laundry in the dryer and buzz off to see it. Now ...)
Add On: The Expendables drop 52.6% but stay atop the heap with $16.5 million into Mr. Stallone's weapons' bag. Despicable Me, in the 11th slot, adds $4.3 million. And Toy Story 3, at the tail end of its domestic run, now stands at $403,727,000.