Weekend B.O. June 22-24 - 'Brave' Is On Top
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Weekend B.O. June 22-24 - 'Brave' Is On Top

nullDespite the fact that it got disappointing reviews, calling it the weakest Pixar entry since Cars (and maybe even weaker than that), Brave (a film I admit I couldn't even feign an interest in watching, like curling) was, no surprise, the No. 1 film this weekend, and is expected to do extremely well at the box office like all other Pixar films.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer was, on the other hand, not so surprisingly, a box office disappointment, and negative word of mouth guarantees that it won't be around much longer.

Meanwhile The Avengers just keeps going and going and going, now just under the $600 million domestic mark:

1) Brave BV $66,739,000

2) Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted P/DW $20,200,000 Total: $157,574,000

3) Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Fox $16,500,000

4) Prometheus Fox $10,000,000 Total: $108,547,000

5) Rock of Ages WB (NL) $8,000,000 Total: $28,763,000

6) Snow White and the Huntsman Uni.$8,000,000 Total: $137,100,000

7) That's My Boy Sony $7,900,000 Total: $28,180,000

8) Marvel's The Avengers BV $7,040,000 Total: $598,300,000

9) MIB 3 Sony $5,600,000 Total: $163,339,000

10) Seeking a Friend for the End of the World Focus $3,836,000

11) Moonrise Kingdom Focus $3,411,000 Total: $11,625,000

12) The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel FoxS $1,615,000 Total: $38,370,000

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