Indy at $126M for 5 day

That’s not very good, right? I mean, in comparison? I thought it was on like 9,000 screens! Look at Iron Man go, what a monster.

Here’s the breakdown, courtesy of Box Office Mojo.

1. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (Paramount)
$101.0 million | 4,260 | $126.0 million | 1

2. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (Buena Vista)
$23.0 million | 3,929 | $91.1 million | 2

3. Iron Man (Paramount)
$20.1 million | 3,915 | $252.3 million | 4

4. What Happens in Vegas (Fox)
$9.0 million | 3,188 | $54.2 million | 3

5. Speed Racer (Warner Bros.)
$4.0 million | 3,112 | $36.2 million | 3

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No Responses to “Indy at $126M for 5 day”

  1. Fat Ass says:

    Actually, it’s going to be $151 million for 5 days. That $126 million is only Friday-Monday. And it’s second best of all time Memorial Day weekends, hard to complain.

  2. Eros Welker says:

    You’re right, that was from Thursday through Sunday, actually.  Still, I’m not really complaining, but that the 4th Indy flick, after 19 years of anticipation, is still performing less than Spider-Man 3 makes me sad (and I liked Spider-Man 3!).  Heck, Shrek the Third did better than Indy in 4 days.

    Of course, this is all water under the bridge; of course it’s a hit, and someone right now is plotting a green-lightable, yet nonsensical draft for #5.

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