BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Wins with $65 Million

Oliver Stone's ‘Savages’ finishes in fourth place with $16.1 million, and ‘Katy Perry: Part of Me’ takes eighth place with $7.1 million.
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BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Wins with $65 Million

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:

1
$65 millionThe Amazing Spider-Man
89%
Users
243 reviews
73%
Tomatoes
281 reviews
2
$32.5 millionTed
89%
Users
124 reviews
69%
Tomatoes
199 reviews
3
$20.1 millionBrave
90%
Users
74 reviews
78%
Tomatoes
212 reviews
4
$16.1 millionSavages
73%
Users
40 reviews
51%
Tomatoes
174 reviews
5
$15.6 millionMagic Mike
92%
Users
48 reviews
80%
Tomatoes
194 reviews
8
$7.1 millionKaty Perry: Part of Me
59%
Users
12 reviews
77%
Tomatoes
84 reviews
9
$4.6 millionMoonrise Kingdom
98%
Users
46 reviews
94%
Tomatoes
217 reviews

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  • evilwhitemale • 3 years ago

    @sublime92 It's all good. I'm gonna see a big boy superhero movie next week.

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    • sublime92 • 3 years ago

      @evil so jus me? nd about every other person it seems who reviewed it on this site? and most of critics with rotten tomatoes? hmm...idk bout tht one plus i recommend watching original again

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      • evilwhitemale • 3 years ago

        @sublime92 Well so was this one. It was no more grown up than the original.

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        • sublime92 • 3 years ago

          @evil yes but tht movie sucked and can only be enjoyed by 10 yr olds

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          • evilwhitemale • 3 years ago

            I've seen this movie already. I believe it was called 'Spider-Man"

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            • renodc • 3 years ago

              Wow, not very good numbers for the weekend for Spidey, even with the excellent buzz it's been getting. I saw it Friday, and was well entertained.

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              • jasonkat • 3 years ago

                Just got back from watching spiderman, i have to admit, it was a great film in alot of ways even tho, going in i already knew what was gonna happen, how things would pick up or look since i already seen the first film. But this1 felt sooo fresh, and like it could stand on its own two feet, there was something about it that i dunno.. it was just good, maybe cause it played out serious and not that laugh out loud thing like the last 3. So yea im ready for part2. loved the cast, even tho i hated their roles back when the word got out that they would be rebooting it.

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                • felipe-11 • 3 years ago

                  I hope Savages makes some good money too though, I thought it was fantastic, Benicio del Toro steals every scene he's in, Salma Hayek was great, and Taylor Kitsch proved he can handle a lead role perfectly.

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                  • felipe-11 • 3 years ago

                    @c-a-r-t-m-a-n Agreed, I got to see it twice, and the second time without IMAX just wasn't the same... Still an awesome movie though!

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                    • thedude1 • 3 years ago

                      Frankly I was very surprised to read that the budget for The Amazing Spider Man was 230 million dollars. Now that is downright crazy.

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                      • ghostman • 3 years ago

                        Thought it would earn some more like around the 100mil dollar range, still impressive for a re-boot. Might try and see this next week.

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                        • evilwhitemale • 3 years ago

                          Too bad the movie was so lame.

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                          • Dragon1991 • 3 years ago

                            I'm glad that Spiderman is doing so well.

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                            • diaigma • 3 years ago

                              Way to go, Spidey! I'll throw in a few bucks next week :P

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                              • kingbrady • 3 years ago

                                wow $140 million in 6 days is not a good take in for Spiderman, be lucky to scratch at $300 million domestically with Batman coming

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                                • h-ryuga • 3 years ago

                                  For a start is good but nothing we haven't seen before

                                  I'd like to see him fighting with gangs, i enjoy SPRM fighting with a lots of enemies where I get to see his 6th sense at his full potencial

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                                  • c-a-r-t-m-a-n • 3 years ago

                                    movie is really amazing!! pls watch it in IMAX ppl...........

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                                    • bawnian-dexeus • 3 years ago

                                      @slysnide Actually, 230 was the amount to make the movie. Add another 75 for marketing.

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                                      • ChiRep-1 • 3 years ago

                                        A bit late on the reporting, huh movieweb? It'll take all the cash it could get before the behemoth bat comes to town in two weeks.

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                                        • bawnian-dexeus • 3 years ago

                                          @slysnide Hopefully it includes marketing. Least at the pace it's going, it should end up with a good domestic tally with a chunk at the international.

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