Aliens invading suburbia, a dance crew revolution, or does the Dark Knight still reign?
|Rank||Film Title||Prev. Rank|
|1.||The Dark Knight Rises||$64,075,000||$289,086,359|
|2.||Ice Age: Continental Drift||$13,300,000||$114,847,214|
|4.||Step Up Revolution||$11,800,000||$11,800,000|
|6.||The Amazing Spider-Man||$6,800,000||$242,052,610|
All data courtesy of [Rentrak Corporation]
I’m sure it’s no surprise to anyone to see Master Wayne and the Dark Knight still topping the box office on their second week out of the gate. Ice Age 4 also remained frozen in second place, while The Watch and Step Up Revolution entered the fray in third and fourth. Seth MacFarlane’s Ted dropped one spot from number 4 to 5, tripping Spider-Man as he tumbled from third into sixth. Brave fell two positions with Magic Mike and Savages into seventh, eighth, and ninth. And at the bottom of it all, managing to still hold on in the top 10 was Moonrise Kingdom.
Already seen The Dark Knight Rises? Not sure if there’s anything else out there worth seeing, like The Watch? Read our review to see if it’s worth the price of a movie ticket. Coming to theaters this Friday is the futuristic, mind-bending Jason Borne-like film Total Recall, sans Arnold Schwarzenegger. Or you could check out The Babymakers or Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days if that’s your thing. They churn those movies out so fast. Look for our review of Total Recall this Friday, and stay cool moviegoers.