“Transformers 3″ Debuted at First Place in Box Office in North America. Watch Trailer Here
"Transformers three / Transformers: Dark of the Moon," the third film in the franchise debuted in first place in box office in North America last weekend, according to provisional figures published on Sunday, the exhibition society relations.
An action carried out against an imminent nuclear disaster, the third film franchise “Transformers” director Michael Bay, got grossed 97.4 million dollars from Friday to Sunday in theaters in the United States and Canada. So far, ‘Transformers 3′ is the highest grossing film to debut in 2011.
Animated film Cars 2 leader last week, dropped to second place with earnings of 25.1 million dollars.
The third position went down comedy Bad Teacher “, which received 14.1 million dollars. The film attempts of unscrupulous teachers (Cameron Diaz) to seduce her colleague (Justin Timberlake).
Romantic comedy “Larry Crowne,” directed by Tom Hanks, whose protagonists are Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts has had a modest debut, earning fourth place, with receipts of $ 13 million. The film present “drama” through which the character played by Tom Hanks, freshly fired, decides to resume his studies and falls for one of his teachers, played by Julia Roberts.
The fifth is another film that debuted at North American theaters last weekend – the romantic comedy “Monte Carlo” with Selena Gomez in the role of protagonist. The film follows the adventures experienced by three best friends in the Principality monegasc and earned 7.6 million dollars.
Ranked sixth position down SF film “Super 8“, which tells the story of a group of children who want to make a movie, and during this process, are witnesses of strange accidents. Directed by J.J. Abrams and produced by Steven Spielberg, the film has grossed 7.5 million dollars from Friday to Sunday.
Sci-fi thriller “Green Lantern 3D: Protector of the Universe” has lost four seats and fell on the seventh position, with revenue of $ 6.2 million from Friday to Sunday. Feature film is directed by Martin Campbell and Ryan Reynolds plays the role of superhero Green Lantern, the chosen people to save the universe.
Comedy Mr. Popper’s Penguins with Jim Carrey starring, was ranked eighth, with revenue of 5.1 million dollars.
In the seventh week of the first in North American theaters, the latest Woody Allen film, “Midnight in Paris”, remained on the tenth place, with receipts of $ 3.4 million.