The top movies at the North American box office

LOS ANGELES, April 18 (BestGrowthStock) – Following are the top 10
movies at the North American box office for the three days
beginning on April 16, led by “How to Train Your Dragon,”
according to studio estimates compiled on Sunday by Reuters.

1 (3) How to Train Your Dragon … $20.0 million

2 (*) Kick-Ass …. $19.8 million

3 (2) Date Night .. $17.3 million

4 (*) Death at a Funeral ……… $17.0 million

5 (1) Clash of the Titans …….. $15.8 million

6 (5) The Last Song ………….. $ 5.8 million

7 (4) Why Did I Get Married Too? . $ 4.2 million

8=(6) Hot Tub Time Machine ……. $ 3.5 million

8=(7) Alice in Wonderland …….. $ 3.5 million

10 (8) The Bounty Hunter ………. $ 3.2 million

NOTE: Last weekend’s rankings in parentheses; (*) denotes
new release.

Alice in Wonderland ……… $324.0 million

How To Train Your Dragon …. $158.6 million

Clash of the Titans ……… $133.0 million

The Bounty Hunter ……….. $ 60.4 million

Why Did I Get Married Too? .. $ 54.9 million

The Last Song …………… $ 50.0 million

Hot Tub Time Machine …….. $ 42.5 million

Date Night … $ 49.3 million

Kick-Ass ….. $ 19.8 million

Death at a Funeral ………. $ 17.0 million

“How to Train Your Dragon” was produced by DreamWorks
Animation SKG Inc (DWA.O: ) and released by Paramount Pictures, a
unit of Viacom Inc (VIAb.N: ).

“Kick-Ass” and “Why Did I Get Married Too?” were released
by Lionsgate, a unit of Lions Gate Entertainment Corp (LGF.N: ).

“Date Night” was released by 20th Century Fox, a unit of
News Corp (NWSA.O: ).

“Death at a Funeral” was released by Screen Gems, and “The
Bounty Hunter” by Columbia Pictures. Both are units of Sony
Corp (6758.T: ) (SNE.N: ).

“Clash of the Titans” was released by Warner Bros.
Pictures, a unit of Time Warner Inc (TWX.N: ).

“The Last Song” and “Alice in Wonderland” were released by
Walt Disney Pictures, a unit of Walt Disney Co (DIS.N: ).

“Hot Tub Time Machine” was released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer,
which is closely held.

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(Reporting by Dean Goodman; Editing by Eric Walsh)
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The top movies at the North American box office