24 days later it is still #1 in the US.
1. The Hunger Games ($21.5M)
2. The Three Stooges ($17.1M)
3. The Cabin in the Woods ($14.8M)
4. Titanic 3D ($11.6M)
5. American Reunion ($10.6M)
To go with this news, The Hunger Games has now passed $500 million worldwide and approximately $375 million domestically and $200 million overseas. I can only imagine what Catching Fire is going to rake in at the box office... and I bet you anything Breaking Dawn Part 2 won't make shit in comparison come November.
The past seven days
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