Though 'Robin Hood' pulls in 16 million dollars less than 'Iron Man' sequel domestically, the epic movie collects 74 million dollars overseas.
"Robin Hood" cannot stop "Iron Man 2" from ruling the North American Box Office. In its second weekend, the superhero film still sits atop the chart with an estimated $53 million. The number drops about 59% from the opening tally while boosting the cumulative domestic revenue to $212.2 million.
With an approximately $37.1 million domestic cume, newly released "Robin Hood" follows the "Iron Man" sequel on the second place. Additionally, this Russell Crowe-starring movie performs better overseas as it is named number one film in the world with $74 million from 6,944 screens in 56 markets, The Hollywood Reporter says.
Sitting on the third and fourth places of the local chart respectively are other newcomers, "Letters to Juliet" and "Just Wright". The Amanda Seyfried-starring drama rakes in an estimated $13.8 million, while the romantic comedy which has the likes of Queen Latifah and Common among the cast draws an approximately $8.5 million tally.
Rounding up the top five is former champion "How to Train Your Dragon". This Dreamworks' animation is forced to drop two slots from last week's position with an estimated $5.1 million, making a total domestic cume of $207.8 million.
Top Ten Movies at Box Office for May 07 - 09:
- "Iron Man 2" - $53 million
- "Robin Hood" - $37.1 million
- "Letters to Juliet" - $13.8 million
- "Just Wright" - $8.5 million
- "How to Train Your Dragon" - $5.1 million
- "A Nightmare on Elm Street" - $4.7 million
- "Date Night" - $4.0 million
- "The Back-Up Plan" - $2.5 million
- "Furry Vengeance" - $2.3 million
- "Clash of the Titans" - $1.3 million