Michael Bay's Transformers: Dark of the Moon continues its reign as box office king this weekend, coming in first place again. It brought in an additional $47 million in North America and $93 million internationally. Overall, the film has grossed $645 million worldwide in less than two weeks.
The film has also passed The Hangover Part 2 to become this year's highest grossing film.
The Warner Bros. comedy Horrible Bosses debuted to fairy good numbers this weekend, although with this all-star cast, it should have been more. Plus, the film is much funnier than it looks. Check out our review for full details. The R-rated comedy starring Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell, Kevin Spacey, Donald Sutherland, Julie Bowen and Jamie Foxx brought in $28.1 million for the weekend.
Kevin James' Zookeeper took the third place spot, bringing in a respectable $21 million over the weekend. While this comedy isn't for everyone, it will find some enjoyment with a core audience who loves animals and Kevin James.
Cars 2 continues to bring in the dough, but dropped to fourth place this weekend, adding $15.2 million more to it's worldwide total of $270.4 million.
Check out the top 5 totals below.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon - $47,025,000
Horrible Bosses - $28,110,000
Zookeeper - $21,000,000
- Cars 2 -$15,209,000
- Bad Teacher - $9,000,000