All the protests and all the bad reviews could not prevent "The Da Vinci Code" from recording a $224 million worldwide opening, to be on top position
Blessing in disguise. All the protests and bad reviews addressed to "The Da Vinci Code" apparently could not prevent the flick from garnering a $77 million domestic opening, while raking in a huge $224 million worldwide, to become on the very top position on the North America box office.
The 2nd biggest opening film is "Over the Hedge" which taking in $37.2 million in ticket sales, followed after by "Mission: Impossible 3" with $11 million at No.3. At No. 4 is "Poseidon", earning $9.2 million, then come "R.V." at No. 5 scoring $5.1 million in ticket sales, and "See No Evil" at No. 6 with $4.3 million.
Rounding out the Top 10 on the box office is "Just My Luck" at No. 7 earning $3.3 million, "An American Haunting" is at 8th position scoring $1.6 million in ticket sales, "United 93" earning $1.4 million in ticket sales to secure the 9th position, and "Akeelah and the Bee" is finishing the Top 10 with only $1 million.