Spider-Man 3 still on top
Spider-Man 3 still rules the box office charts, pulling in $60 million dollars in its second weekend, far outdistancing all comers.
Whereas it suffered a 60% drop from its opening weekend, Media By Numbers president Paul Dergarabedian noted "To me this is an appropriate second-weekend drop. Any studio would be happy to have a movie opening with $60 million, let alone a second weekend with $60 million."
These figures are only represent ticket sales in North America. The domestic total is just below a quarter-billion dollars; total worldwide projections run close to twice that number.
According to the charts, all other movies this weekend sucked big time at the box office: 28 Weeks Later ($10 million), Georgia Rule ($5.879 million), Disturbia ($4.802 million), Delta Farce ($3.5 million), The Invisible ($2.2 02 million), Hot Fuzz ($1.655 million), Next ($1.604 million) and Meet the Robinsons ($1.6 million).