For the third consecutive weekend, the action movie The Hunger Games, remained in the lead at the US box office, adding $33.5 millions to its coffers. The adaptation of Suzanne Collins novel, which cost $78 million to make, has now collected $302.8 million in the US and Canada and $460 million globally.
Starring Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games tells the story of a young girl forced to participate in a TV really show, where she has to fight for her life.
Trailing behind was American Reunion, the fourth entry of the raunchy American Pie teen comedy franchise, which opened with $21.5 million. Roughly 61% of its weekend audience was older than 25, suggesting that the film found appeal mostly among a crowd familiar with the American Pie series, which was debuted in 1999, and followed by 2 subsequent sequels, grossing over $200 million worldwide.
James Camerons 3D re-release of historical romance, Titanic, settled in the 3rd spot with only $17.4 million. The 11-time Oscar winner was the highest grossing film of all times with $1.9 billion, until it was defeated by another Camerons movie, Avatar, which has collected a whopping $2.8 billion.
The fourth place was claimed by the fantasy sequel Wrath of The Titans, followed by the retelling of Snow White fable, Mirror Mirror.