When it debuted last week, Pixaris Monsters, Inc. was the #1 movie, breaking a few records in the process (see our full story). The movie grossed about US$20 million less in its second week, but it beat the #2 film, Shallow Hal, soundly to remain in the #1 spot. E! Online reports that the film grossed US$46.2 million, crossing the US$100 million mark in what that publication says is a record nine days. From E! Online:
Monsters, Inc. is now the 14th film to smash the $100 million barrier this year. Reaching that total in a record nine days, the G-rated, computer-animated comedy has grossed an estimated $122.8 million. Its latest per-screen average was $14,133 at 3,269 theaters, a drop off of only 26 percent.
1.Monsters, Inc., $46.2 million
2.Shallow Hal, $23.2 million
3.The One, $9.1 million
4.Domestic Disturbance, $8.5 million
5.Heist, $8 million
6.K-Pax, $6.2 million
7.Thirteen Ghosts, $4.1 million
8.Life as a House, $3.6 million
9.Riding in Cars with Boys, $2.1 million
10.Training Day, $1.9 million
You can find more information on this weekendis box office results in the full E! Online article.