The super hero continues to make bank!
Teen thriller remains in top position for third week in a row.
Wild Hogs strong with $28 million in second.
The comic book adaptation takes in $19.7 million.
The comedy debuted with $33.7 million.
The comedy landed in first place with $19.2 million.
The dance drama debuts with $22 million over the weekend.
All movies generated $9.13 billion in receipts.
$3.56 Billion in 2006 Theatrical Box Office.
The comedy brings in $30.8 million.
Warner Bros.' Happy Feet comes in second place.
Kills off the competition debuting with $14.1 million
This is a first for the studio.
The animated comedy made $17 million for a total of $121 million.
Casino Royale keeps up in second.
007 will likely keep the 2006 foreign box office on track to exceed the 2004 record of $8.5 billion.
Edging out Casino Royale with $42.3 million
The Sacha Baron Cohen comedy took the top spot again with $29 million.
The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause comes in a distant second on more screens.
The Departed stays strong in second.
The Sarah Michelle Gellar sequel brought in $22 million.
The true life story made $15 million over the newcomers.
The lowest total for a weekend in three years.
Scoring $15.2 million over the Labor Day weekend.
The football flick scored $17 million taking first place.
The sixth time in seven years the studio has reached $1B in ticket sales.
The comedy wins by the slimmest of margins over newcomer, Step Up.
The studio has accomplished this for the fifth year in a row!
The Will Ferrell comedy takes in $47 million opening weekend.
The Jamie Foxx/Colin Farrell action took in $25 million opening weekend.
Week 3 doesn't slow down the Disney film one bit.
A very close second place race goes to Little Man over Dupree.
$132 million takes over Spiderman as tops for a three-day weekend.
Largest domestic seven-day total at $6.83 million.
The Man of Steel wins with $52 million over the weekend.
Debuting at #1 with an estimated $40 million.
The Disney/Pixar flick makes it two weeks in a row at the top spot and crosses $100 million in the process.
The Disney/Pixar film takes the weekend with $62 million.
The rom-com beats out X-Men for the weekend while The Da Vinci Code surpasses $500 million worldwide.