Breaking Dawn

I hope that the $139 million that sparkly vampire movie (you know what I'm talking about) made this weekend is not a sign that manhood is in serious trouble.

I'm assuming that the only guys who saw the film this weekend are the weak whipped guys who were dragged to see it by their girlfreinds.

But men don't despair, though you'll have to wait a while - The Expendables 2 is coming out August 2012.

Meanwhile Happy Feet 2 was a very distant second, and The Immortals dropped big over 60%.

Tower Heist is hanging in there, but will soon be running on fumes.

.The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Sum. 
$139,500,000
 
 
2
.
Happy Feet Two 
WB
 $22,025,000
 
 
3
.
Immortals
 Rela. 
$12,252,000
 
Total: $52,980,000
 
 
4
.
Jack and Jill
 Sony 
$12,000,000
 Total:$41,028,000
 
 
5
.
Puss in Boots
 P/DW
 $10,725,000
 
Total:$122,313,000
 
 
6
.
Tower Heist 
Uni.
 $7,000,000
 Total:
$53,434,000
 
 
7
.J. Edgar
 WB
 $5,900,000
 Total:
$20,695,000
 
 
8
.
A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas 
WB (NL)
$2,900,000
 Total:
$28,333,000
 
 
Paranormal Activity 3
 Par.
$1,000,000 Total:$102,619,000
 
 
10.Footloose Par.
$835,000
 Total:
$50,141,000
 
 
11. 
Real Steel 
BV 
$543,000
 Total:
$82,547,0
1
. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Sum. 
$139,500,000
 
2. 
Happy Feet Two 
WB
 $22,025,000
 
3. 
Immortals 
Rela. 
$12,252,000
Total: $52,980,000
 
4. 
Jack and Jill 
Sony 
$12,000,000
 Total:$41,028,000
 
5. 
Puss in Boots 
P/DW
 $10,725,000 
Total:$122,313,000
 
6. 
Tower Heist 
Uni.
 $7,000,000
 Total:
$53,434,000
 
7
. J. Edgar
 WB
 $5,900,000
 Total:
$20,695,000
 
8. 
A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas 
WB (NL) 
$2,900,000
 Total:
$28,333,000
 
9. 
Paranormal Activity 3
 Par.
$1,000,000 Total:$102,619,000
 
10. Footloose Par.
$835,000
 Total:
$50,141,000
11. 
Real Steel 
BV 
$543,000
 Total:
$82,547,000