Alice in Wonderland

There wasn’t much in the way of surprises at the domestic box office as Alice in Wonderland continues to tear up the box office with another first place finish and a haul this weekend of over $34 million. Its total haul is now up to an impressive $265 million.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid did well enough to get to $21 .8 million — more than a lot of people thought it would get, so it has to rank as good news for that movie.

As for The Bounty Hunter, all I can say about that one is that these studio executives who greenlight these movies can’t expect Jennifer Aniston to show up and automatically save their crummy flick all by herself. You have to come up with something that’s a good movie, otherwise you’ll get a third-place $21 million haul and not much else — just like you did this weekend.

So there! That’s my rant for this weekend. The numbers:

  1. Alice in Wonderland (2010) – $34,500,000
  2. Diary of a Wimpy Kid – $21,800,000
  3. The Bounty Hunter – $21,000,000
  4. Repo Men – $6,151,000
  5. She’s Out of My League – $6,015,000
  6. Green Zone Uni. $5,963,000
  7. Shutter Island – $4,755,000
  8. Avatar – $4,000,000
  9. Our Family Wedding – $3,800,000
  10. Remember Me – $3,300,000

That is all I have to say this week. I am going back to watching basketball on TV now, and I will see you later this week for another Reject Report!


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