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Sunday July 8, 2012 11:17 pm

Box Office Breakdown: Spider-Man Nabs Top Spot

Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man

While it may not have done as well as its predecessor, the latest Spider-Man movie installment, The Amazing Spider-Man, still managed to earn the number one spot at the box office this weekend with an estimated $65 million.

Following the superhero adaptation came Ted - last week's number one - which pulled in $32.5 million. The latest Disney/Pixar vehicle, Brave, stayed static at number three with $20.1 million while Oliver Stone's Savages debuted at number four with $16.1 million. Rounding out the top five was Steven Soderbergh's Magic Mike, which dropped three spots from number two with $15.6 million.

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1. The Amazing Spider-Man, Sony, $65,000,000 (avg. $15,053)
2. Ted, Universal, $32,593,000 (avg. $10,010)
3. Brave, Disney, $20,162,000 (avg. $5,182)
4. Savages (2012), Universal, $16,162,000 (avg. $6,150)
5. Magic Mike, Warner Bros., $15,610,000 (avg. $5,003)
6. Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection, Lionsgate, $10,200,000 (avg. $4,720)
7. Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, Paramount/DreamWorks, $7,700,000 (avg. $2,691)
8. Katy Perry: Part of Me, Paramount, $7,150,000 (avg. $2,619)
9. Moonrise Kingdom, Focus, $4,642,000 (avg. $5,251)
10. To Rome with Love, Sony Pictures Classics, $3,502,000 (avg. $4,345)



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