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'The Amazing Spider-Man' Opens Strong as Box Office Champion

July 9, 2012 (1:51 am) GMT
Oliver Stone's 'Savages' lands on the fourth place with a better-than-expected result, while Katy Perry's concert film 'Part of Me' has a weak opening on the eighth spot.
'The Amazing Spider-Man' Opens Strong as Box Office Champion

As predicted by most observers, "" successfully opens as the new champion on North American box office. The superhero movie, which was released last Tuesday, July 3, collects $62 million on its debut weekend and a solid $140 million on its first six days.

Still, the -starring movie opens softer than the six-day result of Sam Raimi's three Spidey movies. "" took in $144.1 million in 2002, "" grabbed $180.1 million in 2004, while "" collected $176.2 million in 2007.

Last week's chart-topper "" drops to the second spot with $32.2 million this weekend. The and -starring raunchy comedy earns a total domestic cume of $120.2 after two weeks of playing in the U.S. cinemas. "", meanwhile, secures the third place by adding $19.6 million for a total domestic cume of $174.5 million on its third weekend.

Landing on the fourth place is Oliver Stone's violent thriller "" with $16 million on its first weekend. The result is quite satisfying since Universal Pictures expected the R-rated film to gross around $10 million on its opening weekend. The film also marks 's relatively most successful debut this year compared to "" and "".

Rounding up the top five is "", which adds $15.6 million for a total cume of $72,7 after two weeks of playing nationwide. On the other hand, 's concert documentary movie "" has a weak opening as it places eighth with $7.1 million. The 3D film can't beat "" which opened to $29.5 million on its first weekend in 2011.

Top Ten Movies at Box Office for July 6- 8:

  1. "" - $62 million
  2. "" - $32.2 million
  3. "" - $19.6 million
  4. "" - $16 million
  5. "" - $15.6 million
  6. "" - $10.1 million
  7. "" - $7.5 million
  8. "" - $7.1 million
  9. "" - $4.5 million
  10. "" - $3.1 million


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