Posted by: moviechat | May 28, 2008

Memorial Day holiday Weekend Grossing

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull opened to a stunning $126.9M over the four-day Friday-to-Monday holiday period, and has soared to $152M in the fifth day, Playing in 4,260 locations in the United States. It is the sixth best five-day start ever the other films that gross more that Indiana Jones are Star Wars Episode III ($172.8M, Thu-Mon), Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest ($169.5M, Fri-Tue), Spider-Man 3 ($169.4M, Fri-Tue), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End ($153M, Thu previews-Mon), and Spider-Man 2 ($152.4M, Wed-Sun).

Worldwide Indiana Jones grossed $160M since its first launches on Wednesday, It ranked number one in all 61 territories it opened in and brought its global sum to $311M in less than one week of play.

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian tumbled in its second weekend of release to $29.8M. It will make about $140-150M in North America and $300M Worldwide. It is a major stumble for Disney which has been developing Narnia as a long-term franchise meant to keep revenue flowing in for several years to come.

This is the US top 10:

1-Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull with – $ 126,917,373 total $ 151,958,445
2-The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian – $ 29,810,163 total$ 97,855,173
3-Iron Man – $ 26,111,130 total $ 258,278,546
4-What Happens in Vegas – $ 11,363,713 total $ 56,609,605
5-Speed Racer – $ 5,272,202 total$ 37,481,539
6-Made of Honor – $ 4,240,435 total $ 39,901,734
7-Baby Mama – $ 4,208,105 total $ 53,016,250
8-Forgetting Sarah Marshall – $ 2,269,775 – $ 58,798,745
9-Harold & Kumar Escape – $ 1,163,460 – $ 36,152,416
10- The Visitor – $ 940,037 – $ 4,591,262

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