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Weekend Box Office: 'The Hunger Games' stays at #1 in domestic for its third week over Easter weekend while 'Wrath of the Titans' stayed at #1 internationally on its second week!

The Hunger Games (Donald Sutherland co-stars), once again, is a box office champ retaining its #1 spot position (for the third week in a row, passes $300 million on its domestic total gross, thus far) at this Easter  weekend's Box Office Chart with an estimate of  $33.5 Million (Actual: $33.1 Million), whereas Wrath of the Titans (Rosamund Pike co-stars) dropped from #2 to #4 with $15 Million (Actual: $14.7 Million) in domestic, but remains at #1 overseas (on its second week), according to Box Office Mojo.

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From Deadline:

‘Hunger Games’ Passes $460M Global Box Office: #1 Domestic Again Through Easter; ‘American Reunion’ And ‘Titanic 3D’ Open Strong Overseas Where ‘Wrath Of Titans’ #1

The Hunger Games grossed $33.5M domestic and $25.5M this weekend internationally where it has been trying to stave off an onslaught from Warner Bros’ recent 3D entry Wrath Of The Titans. After a disappointing domestic start, this sequel is dominating overseas and over the holiday weekend dropped just -43% from its opener with a gross of $43M in 60 markets from 13,540 screens. The international cume to date is now $152.5M and Warner Bros declared Wrath Of The Titans “#1 internationally”. It opens in Japan April 21st.

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Here's the Top 10 U.S. (domestic) Box Office Result (via Collider)



Title Weekend Total
1 The Hunger Games $33,500,000 $302M
2 American Reunion $21,500,000 $21.5M
3 Titanic (3D) $17,350,000 $25.7M
4 Wrath of the Titans $15,010,000 $58.9M
5 Mirror Mirror $11,000,000 $36.4M
6 21 Jump Street $10,200,000 $110M
7 Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax $5,000,000 $198M
8 Salmon Fishing in the Yemen $975,000 $4.64M
9 John Carter $820,000 $67.9M
10 Safe House $581,000 $125M

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