July 10, 2006 02:05:05 GMT
The sequel "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" made a record $132 million in its first weekend in theaters.
The Walt Disney Pictures sequel of "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" lands on the top position in North America box office, taking in a record $132 million in its first three days, according to studio estimates Sunday July 9th. Such amount obviously makes the flick scores the record for best three-day opening of all time. That attainment, moreover, leads the highly anticipated movie to beat the record made by the 2002's "Spider-Man," which took in $114.8 million in its first weekend.
Back then to the Top 10 weekend movies, there we have "Superman Returns" at 2nd position with $21.8 million, followed after by "The Devil Wears Prada" at 3rd with $15.6 million and "Click" at No. 4 taking in $12 million. In the meantime, Disney's "Cars" taking in another $10.3 million to be at No. 5, just one place ahead of "Nacho Libre" at No. 6 scoring $3.3 million.
The drama romance "The Lake House" scores another $2.8 million in ticket sales to be at 7th position, and "The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift" is at No. 8 with $2.5 million. Round out the top tier at No. 9 and 10 in a row are "Waist Deep" with $1.8 million and "The Break-Up" garnering another $1.6 million.