Box Office

Box Office: June 12 – 14, 2009

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The binge drinking continues. The Hangover was Number One at the box office for the second week in a row with $33.4 Million for a total of $105.3 Million so far. Up was Second with $30.5 Million for $187.7 Million so far. The Taking of Pelham 123 premiered this weekend in Third Place with $25 Million. Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian was Fourth with $9.6 Million. Land of the Lost was Fifth with $9.1 Million. Imagine That (which premiered this weekend), Star Trek, Terminator Salvation, Angels & Demons, and Drag Me to Hell rounded out the top ten respectively.

Source: Box Office Mojo

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  • heard from a few friends that Pelham was a disappointment.

  • heard from a few friends that Pelham was a disappointment.

  • Lew1

    I can not wait to see this film it looks so good

  • Lewis

    I can not wait to see this film it looks so good

  • Pelham was a disappointment! LOL
    .-= trench´s last blog ..Entertainment Wrap #15 =-.

  • Pelham was a disappointment! LOL
    .-= trench´s last blog ..Entertainment Wrap #15 =-.

  • I was entertained by Pelham.

  • I was entertained by Pelham.

  • Lew1

    thats the one thing i like when i go on holiday to Florida is going to the pictures and seeing the new films before they come out in the uk. But i don’t like american popcorn salted is not for me. It has to be sweet. But then you guys have milk duds and reeses peices. Its not just about the film its about the snaks aswell

  • Lewis

    thats the one thing i like when i go on holiday to Florida is going to the pictures and seeing the new films before they come out in the uk. But i don’t like american popcorn salted is not for me. It has to be sweet. But then you guys have milk duds and reeses peices. Its not just about the film its about the snaks aswell

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