BOX OFFICE: TED Takes The #1 Spot; Updates On PROMETHEUS, SWATH And More
Ted has dominated the box office this past weekend, but we also have updates for you on the current domestic and worldwide cumes of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Marvel's The Avengers Prometheus and Snow White and the Huntsman.
Family Guy and American Dad creator Seth McFarlane took the North American box office by storm this weekend as his big screen directorial debut Ted (which stars him, Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis) took an impressive $52.5 million for the weekend. Marvel's The Avengers has finally dropped out of the Top 10, but its current domestic cume sits at just under $607 million, while it has made an amazing $1.448 billion worldwide. Pixar's Brave has taken $132.2 million in the US (it has yet to open in the majority of international territories) as Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter slipped down the charts with an unimpressive $6.2 million this weekend, taking its domestic cume to a forgettable $29.2 million. It hasn't fared much better overseas with a worldwide total of only $46.034 million. Prometheus is still doing quite well for an R-Rated blockbuster as its domestic total has now risen to $118.4, making a worldwide cume of $284.7 million. Finally, Snow White and the Huntsman has now amassed $334 worldwide million ($145.7 domestic). For updates on The Amazing Spider-Man click HERE and click HERE for Men in Black 3 details.
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