May 09, 2011 03:41:23 GMT
The Kenneth Branagh-directed film earns $66 million, forcing 'Fast Five' to fall a step at number two with $32.5 million.
"Thor" shows off his strength at North American box office. The superhero movie lands at the first place by grossing $65.7 million. Costing about $150 million to produce, the film received a "B plus" rating from CinemaScore.
Meanwhile, Justin Lin-directed "Fast Five" makes a stop at number two. The last week champion now drops to the runner-up position with $32.4 million. The movie which stars Vin Diesel and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson grosses a total of $139.8 million in its second week.
Drama comedy "Jumping the Broom" opens with a soft landing at the third place. Drawing 70% female audience, the PG-13-rated movie grosses $15.2 million and gets an "A" rating from CinemaScore.
"Something Borrowed" secures the fourth spot with $13.9 million on its opening weekend. In the meantime, "Rio" has to drop another slot to number five after obtaining $8.5 million, or decreasing 42.5% from last week's cum.
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