Well we knew when that coming in this weekend since Spiderman 3 was book for a May 4th released it would be the Number one film this week
But the big question everybody was asking how much it would take in the box office and would it break a record held since last summer when "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" made a Unheard of $135.6 million.
Well the returns from overseas was the first good sings when it made about $28 millions over sea Box Office, but it got even better news when on Saturday news came over the Wire that it made on that Friday
so after the end of the three days of this weekend
The Most for any other movie in US domestic box office history
it did even three times better the "Mission: Impossible III"[take that tom Cruise]
Amy Pascal, Sony Pictures co-chairman said in a released "Sam Raimi is a genius," "I could have never envisioned this. What I was hoping was we would just break the `Spider-Man 1' record. This is beyond my wildest dream."
and the total Worldwide for this film in it opening week $375 million.
$117 million more than its whopping budget for this film and by next week it will enter next weekend crossing over $200 Million Dollars.
Oh By the way if you are wondering there was one other film that opened this week the romantic poker drama "Lucky You" with Drew Barrymore, Eric Bana and Robert Duvall
finish 6th but with a bomb out with a poorly $2.5 million.
"Disturbia" [Which was No.1 for three week running] finish a way, way, way, way, distant No 2. with $5.7 million
The Rest of the top 10[or could i say what left of the top ten] goes Like this:
1. "Spider-Man 3," $148 million.
2. "Disturbia," $5.7 million.
3. "Fracture," $3.4 million.
4. "The Invisible," $3.1 million.
5. "Next," $2.8 million.
6. "Lucky You," $2.5 million.
7. "Meet the Robinsons," $2.46 million.
8. "Blades of Glory," $2.3 million.
9. "Hot Fuzz," $2.1 million.
10. "Are We Done Yet?", $1.7 million