Twentieth Century Fox’s X-Men: First Class may have debuted on top of the North American box-office chart but it hit a franchise low with a gross of US $55.1 million only, in its first weekend. Way back in 2000, the first X-Men movie had made $54.5 million in its debut weekend which comes to $79 million if adjusted for ticket price inflation.X-Men: First Class Debuts At Top Of US Box-Office

Warner Bros.’ The Hangover Part II tumbled 63% to $31.4 million, falling one place in its second weekend from the top of the chart. Its total for 11 days went up to $185.8 million.

Paramount Pictures’ Kung Fu Panda 2 also fell one place in its second weekend. At no. 3, the animation film added $23.9 million to its kitty to take its 11-day total to $100 million.

Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides also fell one place, to no. 4. The Walt Disney flick collected $18 million in its third weekend to take its 17-day total to $190.2 million.

Bridesmaids rounded off the Top 5 chart with a gross of $12 million in its fourth weekend. Falling one place from the previous weekend, it took its total for 24 days to $107.2 million.


(5th June Weekend)

No (Last Week)
Film Distributor
Week Since Release
1 (New) X-Men: First Class 20th Century Fox 1
2 (1) The Hangover Part II Warner Bros. 2
3 (2) Kung Fu Panda 2 Paramount Pictures 2
4 (3) Pirates Of The Caribbean:
On Stranger Tides
Walt Disney 3
5 (4) Bridesmaids Universal Pictures 4

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