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It stormed into theaters to the tune of $65 million on opening weekend, and "Thor" continues to roll as the warrior flick has once again nabbed the top spot at the box office.
The Chris Hemsworth starring 3D action movie churned out a solid $34 million from May 13-15th - pushing the cumulative total up to an impressive $115 million.
Pacing quite nicely, as was expected, "Thor" is on track to claim the top spot at the box office over the weekend of May 6-8, 2011.
The Chris Hemsworth/Natalie Portman starring comic book based warrior picture raked in $25.5 million on Friday while setting up an estimated $65 million weekend take.
Speeding away from the pack, "Fast Five" easily took hold of the top spot at the box office on Friday (April 29) and never looked back.
The Vin Diesel/Jordana Brewster lead action flick cranked out $34.4 million in earnings on opening day en route to an approximate weekend take of $83.6 million.
Crowds flocked to theaters all over the USA last night for the midnight release of “Fast Five” and the box office numbers are impressive.
According to a report, the film grossed $3.7 million making it the best ever opening for a Universal title and the best opening for the “Fast” franchise.
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Stepping out for a fun-filled event, Vin Diesel and Elsa Pataky were spotted at the “Fast & Furious 5” photocall in Madrid, Spain on Tuesday (April 26).
The sexy duo playfully posed for pictures and talked with press as they made their way down the red carpet before heading inside the Hotel Santo Mauro.
With summer just around the corner, the new “Fast Five” trailer is sure to get the adrenaline pumping for fans of the street racing series.
The new clip shows the usual suspects pulling an uber-dangerous job in Rio de Janeiro, hoping they’ll finally gain their freedom.
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