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'Transformers 3' Remains No. 1 at North American Box Office

July 11, 2011 (1:42 am) GMT
Collecting additional $47 million, 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' wins the race to the first place at the movie chart against 'Horrible Bosses' and 'Zookeeper'.
'Transformers 3' Remains No. 1 at North American Box Office

"" stays strong at the box office. The action movie has ruled the movie chart in the United States and Canada for second week in a row. After topping the list with $97.5 million on Independence Day weekend, it has now reclaimed the hot spot with an additional $47.0 million.

Internationally, the third installment of the "" movie franchise added $93 million in ticket sales. This made the Michael Bay-directed movie which pairs up and generated a total of $645 million from its worldwide sale since its debut last week.

Trailing behind the action-packed film were two movies from comedy genre. "", which features playing a sex-crazed dentist, bowed at No. 2 with $28 million, while "" which has as an animal caretaker follows closely at No. 3 with $21 million.

Rounding up the top 5 this weekend are former Box Office champion "" and former Box Office runner-up "". The two movies continued to take a tumble at the movie chart. "Cars 2" is now sitting at No. 4 after falling to from the first spot to the second one last week, while "Bad Teacher" is occupying No. 5 after slipping from No. 2 to No. 3.

  1. "" - $47.0 million
  2. "" - $28.1 million
  3. "" - $21.0 million
  4. "" - $15.2 million
  5. "" - $9.0 million
  6. "" - $6.3 million
  7. "" - $4.8 million
  8. "" - $3.8 million
  9. "" - $3.1 million
  10. "" - $2.9 million


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