Sneak Preview on the Top 10 Box Office
Recent up-date for this week box office!
The top place is "Click"ed to Adam Sandler in his high-concept comedy. The movie smashes all bad reviews blocking on the way. Estimating the gross of $40 million only in the premiere week, the movie grabs the average of $10,669 in 3,749 theatres. The movie might be Sandler's fourth highest opening screenplay since "The Longest Yard", "Anger Management", and "Big Daddy".
Meanwhile, "Cars" is lining up on the runner-up position, holding $22.5 million and total earning so far of $155 million. "Nacho Libre" hits the third place this week, reaching $12.1 million in its second weekend, leading to the total of $52.7 million.
Following behind, "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" takes up the fourth spot, drawing another $9.8 million in its tenth week debut on the big screen while "Waist Deep", secures the fifth with the earning of $9.4 million on 1,004 theatres only.
The next position goes to "The Lake House", followed by "The Break-Up", starring Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn then the Fox's sequel of "Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties" with this weekend's earning of $4.7 million. Another Fox sequel, "X-Men: The Last Stand", comes up next with the weekend's sum of $4.4 million, summing the sparkling total of $224 million.
"The Da Vinci Code" is, on the other hand, is still clinging in the list, bringing another $4 million, brining the dazzling total of $205 million, having itself in the last number in the Top 10 box office.
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