BOX OFFICE: X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST Exceeds Expectations With Amazing $111M Debut
The numbers are in for the four day Memorial Day weekend, and Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past has performed even better than expected at the North American box office with an incredible total of $111 million. Oh, and the "inbetweenquel" has also passed $300 million worldwide!
Box Office Mojo adds that X-Men: Days of Future Past actually took $91.4 million for the three day weekend, and with $111 million domestically and an additional $191 million from overseas, that's a whopping $302 million after less than a week of release! That $91.4 million means it didn't top Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and comes just slightly shy of The Amazing Spider-Man 2's debut, but it's interesting to wonder just how much it would have taken across Friday, Saturday and Sunday had some not decided to wait until today to check it out. We'll obviously have some slightly more specific numbers for you later today or early tomorrow, but this is a great result for a damn good movie, wouldn't you agree? Check out my 5* review by clicking here.
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