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'Thor' Holds Off 'Bridesmaids' at Box Office

May 16, 2011 (1:58 am) GMT
The action film remains atop the chart by obtaining a solid $34.5 million, while the comedy movie breaks through at the second position with $24.4 million.

After its thundering debut last week, "" still proves to be the lord of movies in moviegoers' eyes. The Norse god film takes the first spot at the chart by collecting $34.7 million, or grossing a total of $119.5 million.

The performance of the Kenneth Branagh film is enough to hold off a strong opening from "". The comedy film, which was expected to gain $15-17 million, debuts with $26.2 million. With women representing 67% of the audience, the R-rated movie receives a "B plus" rating from CinemaScore.

In the meantime, car racing-themed "" continues to speed along at box office. The Justin Lin-directed movie claims the third place by gaining $20.4 million. The fifth installment of the "Fast and Furious" film franchise only drops 37% from last week's cume.

Horror sci-fi "" debuts with a soft landing at number four. The movie, which stars and , collects $14.9 million. Trailing behind it is "", which grosses $8.3 million.

Top Ten Movies at Box Office for May 13-15:

  1. "" - $34.7 million
  2. "" - $26.2 million
  3. "" - $20.4 million
  4. "" - $14.9 million
  5. "" - $8.3 million
  6. "" - $7 million
  7. "" - $6.9 million
  8. "" - $4.2 million
  9. "" - $2.2 million
  10. "" - $1.8 million

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