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Monday April 5, 2010 8:18 pm

Box Office Breakdown: Titans Rules Over Competition

Clash of the Titans

’ use of 3D may not have been favorably reviewed, but that didn’t keep the remake from conquering the box office.

The Warner Bros. film, which was delayed for a last-minute technology upgrade, officially became the biggest Easter weekend opener to date. Titans’ $61.2 million topped previous holiday champ Scary Movie 4 and bested 1999’s The Matrix to become the best April release ever. (That 1999 film debuted to $27.8 million.)

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, the sequel to 2007’s Why Did I Get Married?, gave Tyler Perry his second biggest open to date. The movie, which falls behind 2009’s Madea Goes to Jail ($41 million), is actually Tyler’s best non-Madea entry.

Meanwhile, , Miley Cyrus’ first major film sans secret identity Hannah Montana, unfolded to a $16 million debut ($25.4 million since Wednesday) and a fourth-place finish.

  1. Clash of the Titans, Warner Bros., $61,235,105 (avg. $16,213)
  2. Why Did I Get Married Too?, Lionsgate, $29,289,537 (avg. $13,591)
  3. How to Train Your Dragon, Dreamworks, $29,010,044 (avg. $7145)
  4. The Last Song, Disney, $16,007,426 (avg. $5989)
  5. Alice in Wonderland, Disney, $8,208,060 (avg. $2754)
  6. Hot Tub Time Machine, MGM, $8,070,716 (avg. $2913)
  7. The Bounty Hunter, Sony, $6,091,907 (avg. $1954)
  8. Diary of a Wimpy Kid, 20th Century Fox, $5,302,369 (avg. $1866)
  9. She’s Out of My League, Paramount, $1,516,952 (avg. $1091)
  10. Shutter Island, Paramount, $1,488,403 (avg. $1098)

(You can review last week’s numbers here.)



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