Magazine article Screen International

Ice Age 4 Tops US on $46M, Spidey Crosses $200M

Magazine article Screen International

Ice Age 4 Tops US on $46M, Spidey Crosses $200M

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An excellent weekend overall for Fox saw Blue Sky Studios' latest animation, Ice Age: Continental Drift, open at number one on an estimated $46m for a worldwide running total of $385m.

Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man dropped one place to number two and crossed $200m in its second weekend after gaining a further $35m. Universal's R-rated comedy Ted ranks third and stands at $158.9m.

Pixar's Brave in fourth place is on the cusp of crossing $200m through Buena Vista after four weekends while Magic Mike is powering towards the $100m mark after three.

In limited release, Millennium Entertainment opened Sundance acquisition Red Lights from Rodrigo Cortes in two theatres for $10,000. Cohen Media Group opened Farewell My Queen on $72,100 from four while IFC launched Trishna on $30,600 from three and Sundance documentary hit The Imposter arrived in a single theatre through Indomina Media for $20,600. The Weinsteins opened Swedish crime thriller Easy Money (Snabba Cash) on $23,800 from two venues. …

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