Weekend with only two debuts in major American circuit and 14% drop in sales from the previous week.
With a strong marketing campaign and two big names in the project, JJ Abrams and Steven Spielberg, adventure Super 8 (pictured) debuted in the lead, raising $ 35.5 million on approximately 3,400 rooms, between Friday and Sunday. The value is not low, but is much less than other titles for the same audience, like Karate Kid, who made $ 55.7 million in the same period in 2010.
Going further, with the temperament of science fiction and suspense of the adventure, she still loses to Cloverfield – Monster (U.S. $ 40.1 million) and District 9 (U.S. $ 37.4 million), also without known names in the cast. A more recent comparison can be made with Invasion of the World: The Battle of Los Angeles, which opened with $ 35.6 million. That is, only time and word of mouth can prove that the aura of mystery was a good move. lexan tubing
Falling for the 2nd place in its second week, X-Men: First Class had its worst drop (56%) to earn an additional $ 24.1 million and add $ 98 million. However, the result was not bad, as compared to other titles of the franchise, the fall was the second lowest since X-Men Origins: Wolverine, for instance, lost 69% in 2009 after 10 display.
In 3rd place and an additional $ 17 million in cash, if Hangover! Part II adds nearly $ 216 million and is already the highest grossing film of 2011 in the United States, surpassing The Fast & The Furious 5 – Operation Rio.
In 4th position, Kung Fu Panda 2 has lost 30% and sold an additional $ 16.5 million. Now, 17 days after the premiere, Po and the gang need less than $ 26 million budget to hit $ 150 million and can achieve. Different destination from Pirates of the Caribbean – Browsing Waters Mysterious, who slipped to fifth place and, although he has also passed the duzentão with $ 208.8 million accumulated significant $ 40 million to separate the amount invested, almost impossible task for the Jack Sparrow.
In 6th place, the comedy Wedding Godmother Mission continues to surprise. Re-registering the lowest loss (16%), the film sold more than $ 10 million after its fifth weekend and adds healthy U.S. $ 123.8 million. No famous names on the team, earned nearly four times what it cost.
The 7th place was shy with the premiere of the comedy and the young Judy Moody Bummer Summer Not to raise about $ 6 million. Nearby, Midnight in Paris earned $ 5.8 million and remained the same 8th place. With 110% increase in sales, the title adds nearly $ 14 million, with a budget of $ 30 million.
Much lower, Thor sold a meager $ 2.4 million (less 42%) and in 9th place rehearses a bye in the Top 10 with $ 173.6 million accumulated about 15% above the amount invested. Fast 5 figure in 10th place to sell $ 1.7 million and will be laying off of the top 10 with a total of $ 205 million, about 64% more than expected.
Next weekend there come Green Lantern, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Peter Sarsgaard and Mark Strong, yet Penguins Santa’s Comedy with Jim Carrey, Carla Gugino and Ophelia Lovibond.