The Hunger Games won the weekend box office for a third straight time, grossing an estimated $33.5 million, and pushing its domestic haul past $300 million.
The Titanic 3-D rerelease, meanwhile, was left not only looking up at the year’s biggest blockbuster, but Stifler’s mom, too.
American Reunion took second place with a solid-enough $21.5 million Friday-Sunday debut.
Titanic 3D settled for third with $17.4 million, an amount that at once isn’t bad for a 14-year-old movie, and isn’t great for an Oscar-winning classic that formerly reigned as Hollywood’s all-time moneymaker.
Here’s the complete rundown of the weekend’s top movies, per Friday-Sunday domestic estimates as reported by the studios and BoxOfficeMojo.com:
- The Hunger Games, $33.5 million
- American Reunion, $21.5 million
- Titanic 3D, $17.4 million
- Wrath of the Titans, $15 million
- Mirror Mirror, $11 million
- 21 Jump Street, $10.2 million
- Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, $5 million
- Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, $975,000
- John Carter, $800,000
- Safe House, $581,000
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(Source: E! online)