'Alice' Still Reigns at Box Office, 'The Bounty Hunter' Not Even Close to Catch
"Alice in Wonderland" still comes out unchallenged at North American Box Office. In three consecutive weeks, the 3-D adventure movie leads the chart despite the fact that its domestic gross gradually decreases. This Tim Burton-directed film pulls in $34.2 million this weekend, 45.5% less than its last week cume of $62.7 million.
Internationally, "Alice in Wonderland" also affirms itself as a champion. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Johnny Depp-starring flick collects $47 million from 6,687 screens in 49 territories. So, far, the movie has raked in $300 million overseas, making a current worldwide tally of $565.8 million.
"The Bounty Hunter", in the meantime, does not manage to create a strong competition at the domestic chart. The action comedy which stars Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler only sits on the third slot after debuted on March 19 with $20.7 million.
Surprisingly, "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" makes a better debut than "The Bounty Hunter". The 20th Century Fox's family comedy lands the runner-up position with $22.1 million tally. Meanwhile, another newcomer "Repo Men" takes the fourth place with $6.1 million gross.
Rounding up the top five is "She's Out of My League" which loses two positions from last week. This R-rated romantic comedy which is led by Jay Baruchel only pulls in $5.8 million, making a total domestic revenue of $19.7 million so far.
Top Ten Movies at Box Office for March 19-21:
- "Alice in Wonderland" - $34.2 million
- "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" - $22.1 million
- "The Bounty Hunter" - $20.7 million
- "Repo Men" - $6.1 million
- "Green Zone" - $6.1 million
- "She's Out of My League" - $5.8 million
- "Shutter Island" - $4.7 million
- "Avatar" - $4 million
- "Our Family Wedding" - $3.7 million
- "Remember Me" - $3.2 million
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