On Gear Live: Samsung Tech Day: A look at How Samsung is Leading the Way to the Future

Box Office: Thor Continues to Rule

Thor

Even the power of Bridesmaids isn’t enough to beat mighty Thor. The superhero flick remains at number 1 at the end of the weekend box office, earning $34.7 million.

Bridesmaids, led by Kristen Wiig’s star power, earned $26.2 million. Fast Five raced into the number 3 position with $20.4 million. Priest earned $14.9 million to lock down the number 4 spot, and Rio is down to number 5 with $8.2 million.

Read More | Yahoo! News

Advertisement

Box Office: Thor Hammers Competition

Thor -- Paramount

Thor debuted as the number one film over the weekend, earning a cool $65.7 million. Fast Five, the previous number one, fell to the second spot with its $32 million take.

Jumping the Broom ($15.2 million), Something Borrowed ($13.9 million) and Rio ($8 million) finish off the top five.

Read More | Yahoo! News

Box Office: Fast Rise to the Top for Racing Sequel

Fast Five movie

Fast Five has managed to trump all the animated comedies and big-budget productions of the year, earning $86.2 million in its opening weekend, the biggest box office debut in 2011 (so far).

The sequel drove Rio down to second place (it earned $14.7 million over the weekend). Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy Family earned $9.8 million in third place, and Water For Elephants nailed down fourth with $9.3 million. Disney’s lighthearted Prom had a rather dismal opening, debuting in fifth place with a $4.7 million take.

Read More | Yahoo! News

VIDEO: See Vin Diesel in New Fast and Furious Film

 


Vin Diesel and Paul Walker will reunite for the fifth movie in The Fast and The Furious franchise, ensuring that this series will be dragged out for at least a couple more years.

Fast Five will be released on April 29. Check out the newly released theatrical trailer above.

Read More | Perez Hilton

Advertisement

{solspace:toolbar}