Box Office: "The Amazing Spider-Man" Climbs Atop the Movie World
Swinging into theaters in the grandest of fashion, "The Amazing Spider-Man" climbed its way to the top spot at the box office during the weekend of July 6-8, 2012.
The Andrew Garfield/Emma Stone starring Marvel adventure took in $20.7 million on Friday and $24.4 million on Saturday while on track for a debut weekend of $66 million putting its projected cume since being released on Tuesday at $140 million.
Finding itself bumped down a position after spending one weekend atop the movie world, Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis' talking teddy bear film "Ted" sits in second with $10.5 million on Friday and $13.5 million on Saturday for a predicted $35.5 million second go-round grab.
Rounding out the top five at the box office in estimated totals are Pixar/Disney's "Brave" ($23.5 million), followed by the just-released Oliver Stone helmed Mexican drug cartel caper "Savages" ($16.6 million) and the Channing Tatum male stripper flick "Magic Mike" ($14.9 million).
Also of note is the new 3D movie "Katy Perry: Part Of Me" - as the pop star produced documentary-style creation landed itself in eighth place with forecasts of $7.3 million in opening weekend earnings.