Weekend Box Office – ‘Into Darkness’ numero uno but underwhelms

Posted: May 20, 2013 in Movies

It takes pretty lofty expectations for a film that makes nearly $85M its opening weekend to be considered a “disappointment”.  But that’s exactly what Star Trek Into Darkness‘ expectations have done.  J.J. Abrams follow up to 2009’s blockbuster brought in $85M through four days (Thursday-Sunday) – and has made the same amount of money through the same time frame as the original film.  The film has made nearly $160M worldwide, while it cost $190M to make.

Number two at the box office this weekend was Marvel’s Iron Man 3, which pulled in another $35M.  The weekend brought the blockbuster’s three week total up to $337M domestically.  Globally the film has made nearly $1.1B, which is just mind numbing.

Third at the cinema this weekend was The Great Gatsby, which pulled in $23M.  The weekend total brought the film’s two week total up to $90M.  The Great Gatsby cost $105M to make.

Rounding out the top five this weekend was Michael Bay’s Pain and Gain and The Croods.  The film’s made $3.1M and $2.7M, respectively.

Here’s the full top 10:

*Numbers in millions* (TOTAL)

1) Star Trek Into Darkness – $84 (NEW)

2) Iron Man 3 – $35.1 ($337)

3) The Great Gatsby – $23.4 ($90.1)

4) Pain and Gain – $3.1 ($46.5)

5) The Croods – $2.7 ($176.7)

6) 42 – $2.7 ($88.7)

7) Oblivion – $2.2 ($85.5)

8) Mud – $2.1 ($11.5)

9) Tyler Perry’s Peeples – $2.1 ($7.8)

10) The Big Wedding – $1.1 ($20.1)

 

Via Box Office Mojo

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