Sorry so late GoJu Nation.  Working on some GothamJungle business.  Here we go.  Iron Man 2 doesn’t surprise anyone taking the #1 spot on the charts this week ($133M over the weekend… woah).  What’s gonna be interesting is how long it will maintain that spot.. Although it’s only the 2nd week in May it’s officially summer movie season.

I would have a lot more to speak on this week but no additional movies of note took the chance of releasing against Iron Man 2. So the charts are bleak and non-competitive.  That is sure to change in the upcoming months. But it is of note that no other movie cracked 10M on Iron Man 2 week.  I’m not saying, I’m just saying. Enjoy the charts.. 1.

And doubt Iron Man 2 would have the #1 spot??

TW LW Title
Weekend Gross
Theater Count
Average Total Gross Budget* Week #
1 N Iron Man 2 $133,600,000 4,380 $30,502 $133,600,000 $200 1
2 1 A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
$9,170,000 3,332 $2,752 $48,530,000 $35 2
3 2 How to Train Your Dragon $6,760,000 3,003 $2,251 $201,093,000 $165 7
4 3 Date Night $5,300,000 2,734 $1,939 $80,854,000 $55 5
5 4 The Back-Up Plan $4,345,000 3,003 $1,447 $29,415,000 $35 3
6 5 Furry Vengeance $4,000,000 3,002 $1,332 $11,621,000 $35 2
7 7 Clash of the Titans (2010)“G $2,305,000 2,157 $1,069 $157,808,000 $125 6
8 9 Death at a Funeral (2010) $2,100,000 1,706 $1,231 $38,323,000 $21 4
9 6 The Losers $1,800,000 2,450 $735 $21,450,000 $25 3
10 N Babies $1,575,000 534 $2,949 $1,575,000 - 1

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In theaters this Friday:

Robin Hood – Together again are Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe. (Gladiator, A Good Year, American Gangster, Body of Lies) to put their spin on Robin Hood. He’ll rob from the rich and give to the poor. Yell “Tally -Ho” and we’ll see some of the best action fight scenes since Gladiator.  Beware the “Merry Men” Starring:  Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, William Hurt, Matthew MacFadyen, Mark Strong

Just Wright – Common has to choose from his physical therapist and her childhood friendafter suffering a potential career threathing injury. As a NBA star (who always have issues) will he make the right choice… Starring: Common, Queen Latifah, Paula Patton, Phylicia Rashad, Pam Grier

Letters to Juliet – American female travels to the home of Juliet Capulet of Romeo and Juliet fame,  joins a group of volunteers who respond to letters to Juliet seeking love advice. She answers one from 1957, and inspires its author to travel to Italy and find her long-lost love, which sets off a chain of events that will bring a love into both their lives. Chick flick personified, Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Vanessa Redgrave, Chris Egan, Gael García Bernal, Franco Nero


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