Hunger Games: Catching Fire brought in $110 million in five days.
Get ready for the seventh installment.
And Iron Man 3 is still going strong.
It wasn't even close.
While Safe Haven and Warm Bodies benefit from Valentine's Day.
Meanwhile The Hobbit hits $200 million.
The MDNA tour earned $228 million.
Monetarily and attendance-wise, that is.
Twilight in first place again certainly helped.
And it's on track for the biggest overall haul.
It gets one weekend to shine before Skyfall's debut.
Has Tim Burton lost his touch?
And campus comedy Pitch Perfect surprises.
And The Master booked the strongest exclusive opening ever.
It's only the eleventh movie to do so.
Prohibition-era Lawless came in second.
In case you hadn't noticed.
It's sold $25 million in presale tickets.
With Ted poised to unseat The Hangover as R-rated comedy king.
With Magic Mike (strip) teasing in second place.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer, meanwhile, proved the concept was bad to begin with.
Box office prognosticating and early reviews have begun.
Universal execs everywhere unclench.
It beat Dreamgirls' per-theater record.