Fast Furious Walker
June 6, 2011 by Post Team
Fast Furious Walker, X-Men: The Beginning immediately wins the top ranking among the most popular films in the U.S. over the weekend June 3 to 5. The prequel to the saga, due out in Italy on June 8, grossed $ 56 million, followed by A Night At The Museum 2 (32.4 million), number one last week. In fact, for the mutants of Marvel Comics characters is not the best result which is indeed held by the third chapter of the franchise, X-Men: The Last Stand. In the first weekend exit (26 to 28 May 2006) had an income of over $ 100 million for a total of $ 234 million. In the first weekend, X-Men 2 (05/02/2003) had grossed 85.5 million dollars (total: 214.9 million), X-Men – Origins: Wolverine (05/01/2009) 85000000 (total: 179.8 million) while the first episode of the series, X-Men (14/07/2000), only 54.4 million (total: 157.2 million).
In third place are two Kung Fu Panda (24300000), the animated film voiced by Angelina Jolie, Jack Black and Dustin Hoffman will be in Italy from August 24. Leaves the podium Pirates of the Caribbean: Beyond the Sea (18 million) this week won the fourth position and tap fee of $ 190 million. Behind him, the comedy Friends of the Bride (12.1 million), Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Rose Byrne, in Italian cinemas from 19 August.
Thor is in sixth place (4.2 million) followed by machines of Vin Diesel and Paul Walker in Fast & Furious 5 this weekend grossed $ 3.2 million.
Midnight losing a position in Paris, Woody Allen’s latest film, which runs from the seventh to the eighth position (2.9 million). Rounding out the top ten this weekend jumping the Broom (865000) with Angela Bassett and Paula Patton and Something Borrowed (835,000) and Ginnifer Goodwin, Kate Hudson and Colin Egglesfield.
After seven weeks, and a collection of over 130 million dollars out of the top 10 most popular films in the weekend Rio cartoon directed by Carlos Saldanha (Ice Age 1, 2 and 3).
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