Weekend B.O. (July 1-4)

by Sergio
July 3, 2011 9:34 AM
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I orginally was planning to hold off reporting this weekend's box office results until Monday because of the Fourth of July holiday weekend, but what's the point? It's not like there's going to be any sort of unexpected surprise is there? So here is it without any further comments from me:

1. Transformers 3 (Paramount) Three-Day Weekend $97M, Four-Day Holiday $115M, First Five Days $158M, First Seven Days $180M
International $215M, Global Cume $400M
2. Cars 2 (Disney) Four-Day Holiday $30.5M, Cume $121.4M
3. Bad Teacher (Sony) Three-Day Weekend $14M, Four-Day Holiday $17M, Cume $62.4M
4. Larry Crowne (Universal) Three-Day Weekend $13.5M, Four-Day Holiday $16.7M
5. Monte Carlo (Fox) Three-Day Weekend $7.5M, Four-Day Holiday $9M
6. Green Lantern (Warner Bros) Three-Day Weekend $7M, Four-Day Holiday $8.7M, Cume $104.5M
7. Super 8 (Paramount) Three-Day Weekend $6.7M, Four Day Holiday $8.2M, Cume $108.7M
8. Mr Popper's Penguins (Fox) Three-Day Weekend $5M, Four-Day Holiday $6M, Cume $51M
9. Midnight In Paris (Sony Classics) Three-Day Weekend $3.4M, Four-Day Holiday $4.3M, Cume $34.6M
10. Bridesmaids (Universal) Three-day Weekend $3.3M, Four-Day Holiday $4M, Cume $153.4M

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