"Superman Returns" topped the box-office list this week with $52.15 million.
Great is presumably the right word to describe the return of Man of Steel on big screen. The latest installment of the hero, "Superman Returns", has satisfyingly worked its charm toward the audience to top this week's box-office list with $52.15 million it has gathered over opening weekend, altogether making $84.2 million of its five-day total since its Wednesday debut.
Another new wide release, "The Devil Wears Prada", also resulted well on the chart, taking up the second position after successfully garnering $27 million which was beyond industry analysts' expectation that have assumed the movie to debut less than $20 million. Last week's number 1, "Click", secured the third with $19.4 million followed by "Cars" and "Nacho Libre" on number 4 and 5, respectively.
Rounding up from number 6 to 10 are "The Lake House" which managed to add another $4.5 million to Warner Bros., racing flick "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift", Tyrese Gibson's vehicle of "Waist Deep", Universal Picture's rom-com feature "The Break-Up", and "The Da Vinci Code" with $2.3 million.