June 30, 2016  

'Megamind' Still Rules Box Office as 'Unstoppable' Stops at Number Two

November 15, 2010 (2:45 am) GMT
The family animation earns about $7 million more than the newcomer which draws a fair number of female audience.

"" refuses to hand over its crown to "". In its second week, the DreamWorks animation still stays on the top place of North American Box Office with $29.1 million or dropping about 36.7% from its opening revenue.

"It's terrific to be so decidedly No. 1 in the second weekend," the studio marketing maven Anne Globe says as quoted by The Hollywood Reporter. She additionally expects "continued strength and playability to the family audience" will become increasingly evident through the Thanksgiving holiday period though at that time "Megamind" will lose its roar due to the release of "".

"Unstoppable", which becomes a starring vehicle for and , has a strong debut with $22.7 million gross, thanks to its strong reviews. The number is roughly $2 million more than many analysts expected and the movie draws women 50% of its total audience.

"We are thrilled with the numbers," says Bert Livingston, distribution exec with 20th Century Fox, which released the drama thriller. "We weren't a sequel, weren't a known name, and there hasn't been a lot of action that's worked."

"", which debuted as runner up last week, is knocked over to number three. The comedy, which pairs up and as unlikely travel mates, adds $15.4 million to its current domestic revenue which now totals $58.9 million.

Other two newcomers do not end up as well as "Unstoppable" does. Alien invasion flick "" lands at number four with $11.7 million gross, which is enough to cover its small budget of about $10 million. Meanwhile, "" that features a collaboration between and rounds up the top five with $9.2 million.

Top Ten Movies at Box Office for November 12-14:

  1. "" - $29.1 million
  2. "" - $22.7 million
  3. "" - $15.4 million
  4. "" - $11.7 million
  5. "" - $9.2 million
  6. "" - $6.5 million
  7. "" - $5 million
  8. "" - $3 million
  9. "" - $2.9 million
  10. "" - $2.2 million

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Taylor Swift Who? Calvin Harris Gets Flirty With Mystery Brunette While Partying in Cabo
  2. Apple in Talks to Buy Jay-Z's Tidal
  3. Kylie Jenner Calls Tyga Her 'Husband' on Snapchat
  4. Lindsay Lohan Writing Tell-All Book About Her Life
  5. 'Wreck-It Ralph 2' Gets 2018 Release Date, Hints at Internet Setting
  6. Rihanna Is Queen of the Universe in 'Sledgehammer' Music Video
  7. Lady GaGa Responds to Dalai Lama Controversy
  8. Idris Elba, Michael B. Jordan, John Boyega Join Academy After OscarsSoWhite Backlash