By Tom Brueggemann | Thompson on Hollywood June 9, 2013 at 1:12PM
$12,100,000 (-27%) in 3,594 theaters (-300); PSA: $3,367; Cumulative: $84,155,000
Stabilizing somewhat with most schools out for the summer (the impact should be seen during weekdays from here out), this looks headed to a good, not great domestic total.
What comes next: Most of the world has opened, and is a bit ahead of domestic totals, but this won't challenge the take of the year's biggest animated film so far, "The Croods," which at over $500 million is at the moment the year's top animated film worldwide.
6. Star Trek Into Darkness (Paramount) Week 4; Last weekend: #4
$11,700,000 (-31%) in 3,152 theaters (-433); PSA: $; Cumulative: $200,140,000
A decent hold, needed as this expensive (just under $200 million budget) film is not as big an international performer as some other juggernauts (although ultimately foreign will likely exceed the domestic take for the first for the series).
What comes next: Paramount could break even or make a small profit for this, but continuing the series at this level of budget looks risky.
7. After Earth (Sony) Week 2; Last weekend: #3
$11,200,000 (-59%) in 3,401 theaters (unchanged); PSA: $3,293; Cumulative: $46,592,000
Studios don't make $135 million budgeted films with the expectation of placing #7 their second weekend, even if they still have hopes for better performances overseas. "After Earth" had a big fall from a disappointing opening, and now looks to struggle to get much beyond $75 million domestically. Overseas has opened -- the total comes to $56 million so far, which puts this a long way from hitting what it needs to with its total expense.
What comes next: Will Smith should be able to get his mojo back in the future, but this has been a bump in the road for him.
8. The Hangover Part III (Warner Bros.) Week 3; Last weekend: #6
$7,380,000 (-55%) in 3,242 theaters (-323); PSA: $2,276; Cumulative: $102,374,000
Quickly fading in the U.S., but foreign has opened strong, so this $100 million+ budgeted comedy should come out OK.
What comes next: The end of the line.
9. Iron Man 3 (Buena Vista) Week 6; Last weekend: #7
$5,787,000 (-31%) in 2,351 theaters (-544); PSA: $2,461; Cumulative: $394,316,000
Having firmly established itself as the top film so far this year both at home and worldwide (now just under $1.2 billion) this still is drawing interest, even if not quite as sustained as last year's "Avengers."
What comes next: "Man of Steel" will have far to go to duplicate this success.
10. The Great Gatsby (Warner Bros.) Week 5; Last weekend: #8
$4,230,000 (-35%) in 2,160 theaters (-475); PSA: $1,958; Cumulative: $136,175,000
What comes next: This should move over $300 million worldwide with the final important territories now just opening.