$8,006,000 (-59%) in 2,895 theaters (-529); PSA: $2,765; Cumulative: $384,751,000
Still hanging on, not quite with the sustained performance of Marvel's "The Avengers," but who's complaining?
What comes next: With $400 million domestic and $1.2 billion in sight, this has sent the bar for "Fast & Furious 6" and the upcoming "Man of Steel" for the summer's top film.
What comes next: This has kept the Marvel label as the most anticipated brand of the moment.
8. The Great Gatsby (Warner Bros.) Week 4 - Last weekend: #6
$6,265,000 (-54%) in 2,635 theaters (-455); PSA: $2,378; Cumulative: $128,256,000
Slowing down, but has already achieved the domestic performance level that Warner's was hoping for.
What comes next: Looks like this will hit $140 million.
9. (tentative) Yeh Jawaani Hai Deew (Eros) Week 1
$1.65 million in 162 theaters; PSA: $8,024; Cumulative: $1.65 million
Indian films (mainly Bollywood comedy/musicals) play regularly throughout the U.S. (and other countries) the same day they open in their home country (in part because of piracy issues). This one, starring two of the biggest current romantic movie stars, translates as "This Kid Is Funny." Without even being reviewed in the mainstream press (despite New York and Los Angeles area openings) and totally off the industry radar, it still seems to have managed a top 10 showing, though the grosses as of now haven't been officially reported.
What comes next: Bollywood films usually do most of their business the first weekend.
10. Mud (Roadside Attractions) Week 6; Last weekend #7
$1,226,000 (-%) in 580 theaters (-131); PSA: $2,110; Cumulative: $16,866,000
Yet another top 10 weekend despite losing theaters steadily. Roadside's placement of this film during this period without much competition for adults plus the film's clear positive reaction continue to pay off.
What comes next: This still might make it close to $20 million.