‘Fast & Furious 6’, which made a flying start in the UK last week, took control of the North American box office on Friday with an excellent $38m domestic debut. Justin Lin’s action thriller, starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson, has a shot at hitting the $120m mark at the end of the Memorial four day weekend.
‘The Hangover Part III’, starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis, grossed a further $14.5m on Friday, taking its domestic tally to an early $26.3m after opening on Thursday. The final part of the adult comedy trilogy is on course to top $50m over the four days.
Last weekend’s No 1, ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ returned another $10m in third place but only stands on a relatively disappointing $119m overall. The space sequel four day weekend tally should be close to $50m.
Chris Wedge’s ‘Epic’ was the only other wide weekend release and returned a decent $9.2m on Friday. The animated adventure will have less fire power than Star Trek over the four day period and should finish on approximately $42m.generic sildalisgeneric sildalis onlinesildalis genericsildalis purchase