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San Andreas has a very high number on the box office Richter scale this week, letting everyone know how serious it was. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s biggest movie as a solo star took in an estimated $53.2 million in its U.S. debut, soaring past recent forecasts of a $40 million launch for Warner Bros.’ disaster pic.
Budgeted at $190 million, Disney’s Tomorrowland was hoping for something north of $50 million, but the Brad Bird-directed movie starring George Clooney disappointed with $32.2 million debut.
The fantasy-adventure flick received a “B” CinemaScore from audiences, but it did manage to pull in enough movie goers to secure the No. 1 spot over a slow Memorial Day weekend.
The R-rated Fury Road, which cost at least $150 million to make, took in about $44.4 million.
The Avengers sequel remained in first place over its sophomore frame with an estimated $77.2 million, despite the 60-percent drop this Mother’s Day weekend. Marvel’s Ultron has now made $874.9 million worldwide.
Marvel and Disney’s Avengers: Age of Ultron scored the second-best debut weekend of all time, earning a whopping $187.66 million in its domestic debut.
The Joss Whedon film snagged the second-biggest single day on Friday (including Thursday previews) with $84.5 million and has a mammoth $627 million globally in 12 days of release.
If you are willing to cheer for synergized corporate marketing, take a look at a cute bit of cross promotion from New Zealand.
The folks over at Walt Disney in the southern hemisphere has released a new promo for the upcoming CG-animation Inside Out,