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Monday June 28, 2010 5:27 pm

Box Office Breakdown: Woody, Buzz Top Sandler and Cruise

Toy Story 3

Despite increased competition from a number of A-list stars, easily cruised to another victory this weekend. The Pixar film added another $59.3 million to its total bringing its domestic gross to over $225 million.

Coming in second was , starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade and Rob Schneider. The comedy, which could have probably placed first on any other weekend, earned $40.5 million - the fourth best open in Sandler’s career. (The Longest Yard‘s $47.6 million from 2005 is still his best.) The movie also surpassed James’ last big hit, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, which premiered to $31.8 million in 2009.

Meanwhile, Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz found a box office win to be mission impossible. only fired up a mediocre $20.1 million ($27.4 million since Wednesday) and a third place finish. Keep in mind: Vanilla Sky, their last film together, debuted to $25 million back in 2001 - and that wasn’t even an action film.

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  1. Toy Story 3, Disney, $59,337,669 (avg. $14,731)
  2. Grown Ups, Sony, $40,506,562 (avg. $11,462)
  3. Knight and Day, 20th Century Fox, $20,139,985 (avg. $6501)
  4. The Karate Kid, Sony, $15,547,421 (avg. $4157)
  5. The A-Team, 20th Century Fox, $6,204,454 (avg. $1914)
  6. Get Him to the Greek, Universal, $3,140,780 (avg. $1435)
  7. Shrek Forever After, Paramount/Dreamworks, $3,101,365 (avg. $1325)
  8. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Disney, $2,845,684 (avg. $1537)
  9. Killers, Lionsgate, $1,938,681 (avg. $854)
  10. Jonah Hex, Warner Bros., $1,627,442 (avg. $576)

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



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