Iron Man 3 has already DOMINATED during its early release in the overseas markets, took in an INCREDIBLE .6 million in its midnight release this past Thursday alone, and now, has effortlessly made its way to the TOP of the weekend’s domestic box office top ten…with a momentous 5.3 million!
And while it didn’t quite come close enough to break the 7.5 million record that The Avengers achieved this time last year, the super-hero threequel can now be considered the SECONDbiggestopening weekend of all time!
Find out how the rest of the box office competition fared against Tony Stark this weekend…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
1. Iron Man 3, 5 million 2. Pain and Gain, .6 million 3. 42, .2 million 4. Oblivion, .8 million 5. The Croods, .2 million 6. The Big Wedding, .9 million 7. Mud, .2 million 8. Oz the Great and Powerful, .8 million 9. Scary Movie 5, .4 million 10 .The Place Beyond the Pines, .3 million
Despite his throne’s usurpation, however, the aforementioned baseball legend’s new biopic, 42, held steady at the #2 spot with million, while Ryan Gosling‘s new indie The Place Beyond the Pines expanded release by 1,500 theaters and made it to #6, with .7 million!
Ch-ch-check out the reason of this weekend’s box office top ten…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
1. Oblivion, .1 million 2. 42, million 3. The Croods, .5 million 4. Scary Movie 5, .3 million 5. G.I. Joe: Retaliation, .8 million 6. The Place Beyond the Pines, .7 million 7. Olympus Has Fallen, .5 million 8. Evil Dead, .1 million 9. Jurassic Park 3D, million 10. Oz the Great and Powerful, million
It looks as though the delayedG.I. Joe: Retaliation was worth the almost-year-long wait, after the studio pulled it from its original summer 2012 release to warrant a 3D conversion!
The Rock and Channing Tatum-starring action sequel made its much-anticipated debut this weekend at the TOP of the box office, pulling in .2 million between Friday and today…and .7 million if you include Thursday night premieres!
And if you include the overseas figures, we’re talking 2 million…the biggest worldwide opener of 2013!
Not too shabby, right?!
Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for The Host, which didn’t come close to competing with the weeks-old Oz The Great and Powerful!
Stephenie Meyer‘s sci-fi version of Twilight made a weak , placing it at #6 in the box office top ten!
And despite her critically-panned performance, Kim Kardashian seemed to do just fine in the numbers with her appearance in Tyler Perry‘s Temptation, which came in third and made .3 million!
But check out the full list of the weekend’s top movies…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
G.I. Joe: Retaliation, .2 million The Croods, .5 million Tyler Perry’s Temptation, .3 million Olympus Has Fallen, million Oz the Great and Powerful, .6 million The Host, million The Call, .8 million Admission, .3 million Spring Breakers, .8 million The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, .3 million
Your eyeballs are probably covered with a thick layer of crusty pieces of self-tanner, Diddy’s dried drool and Fashion Fair bronzer, and that could mean only one thing: it’s Aubrey O’Day! When Aubrey Ho’DayandNight was fired from Diddy’s harem of yodeling concubines, he probably thought that in 5 years she’d be giving daytime lap dances in the 40oz room of an illegal strip club on the outskirts of Tampa, FL. But Diddy was more than wrong, because here’s Aubrey giving a nighttime lap dance at a casino burlesque show in Coconut Creek, FL. Diddy can smear it on Aubrey’s ass and eat it.
Here’s more of Aubrey popping her ass out in The Knockouts Burlesque Show at the Seminole Casino. I love how Aubrey usually has chichis all the way out when she’s strolling down the streets, but she covers them up with a turtleneck when she’s performing in a damn burlesque show. Aubrey’s fresh petals are always full of surprises.