Easily capturing most attention from audience, "Spider-Man 3" racks up an outstanding income of $148 million to soar as the new champ of chart.
Sure it's not that hard to guess which title is coming as the top-grossing movie this time with the grand return of the web-slinging superhero on the big screen.
Yes, in its follow-up to the huge commercial success it has gained across European and Asian territories, "Spider-Man 3" effortlessly spins it web on the domestic box-office to come out as the champ for weekend ended May 6, 2007. Blasting the blockbuster season off to a super-high earning start, this third installment of the wall-crawler tale fantastically nets $151.1 million, breaking the previous record set by "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest", in the meantime also smashing international record for a tally of $230.5 million in 107 foreign countries.
On the second rank, here comes last-week top holder "Disturbia" which scores way smaller at $5.8 million followed by legal police drama "Fracture" and teen thriller "The Invisible" with respective modest takings of $3.6 million and $3.2 million.
Seating on the fifth spot is "Next", Lee Tamahori-directed flick of a Las Vegas magician who can glimpse a few minutes into the future, after its decent effort to add $2.8 million into its pocket, just slightly above the $2.7 million newcomer "Lucky You" has pulled.
Meanwhile, Disney's CGI-animated adventure "Meet the Robinsons" remains unmoved from its last-week position, thanks to the $2.6 million it manages to collect, with "Blades of Glory" and "Hot Fuzz" trailing behind, the former garnering $2.4 million while the latter one $2.2 million. Making up the top ten of the list is family comedy "Are We Done Yet?" which gains $1.7 million worth of ticket sales.