Looks like the Box Office is “more than meets the eyeonce again, with Transformers: Dark of the Moon taking the top spot for the second weekend in a row. Seriously, this film brought in another $47 million this weekend, bringing it’s total to over $261 million after only two weekends in theatres. Incredible! I have yet to see it, but have heard nothing but good things. (Sidenote: Last night, Tyrell and I decided to watch James Cameron’s Sanctum in our condo’s movie room instead. The film, which was based on a true story, was good but overall a little too slow for us. Still planning on seeing Transformers though! Have you guys seen it?

Horrible Bosses opened this weekend at a little over $28 million, which isn’t too shabby at all. We caught this film earlier this week at the prescreen and loved it. It was no “Bridesmaids,” but still throughly entertaining. My favorite was how dirty Jennifer Aniston‘s mouth was in the film – and how freaking hot she was! Rachel who?

Zookeeper also opened this weekend, taking the number three spot at $21 million. I have to say, that’s pretty impressive considering I’ve personally not seen much promo for this movie at all. With that said, there are some heavy hitters in the film which obviously drew people in. These familiar faces included Kevin James, Rosario Dawson, Cher, Sylvester Stallone, Adam Sandler, Ken Jeong, and more. Did you hit the theatres this weekend?

Fri, Jul. 8 – Sun, Jul. 10

  • 1. Transformers: Dark of the Moon: $47,025,000 ($261,000,424 total)
  • 2. Horrible Bosses: $28,110,000 (opening)
  • 3. Zookeeper: $21,000,000 (opening)
  • 4. Cars 2: $15,209,000 ($148,828,515 total)
  • 5. Bad Teacher: $9,000,000 ($78,757,407 total)
  • 6. Larry Crowne: $6,264,480 ($26,525,765 total)
  • 7. Super 8: $4,825,000 ($118,056,341 total)
  • 8. Monte Carlo: $3,800,000 ($16,124,903 total)
  • 9. Green Lantern: $3,125,000 ($109,708,956 total)
  • 10. Mr. Popper’s Penguins: $2,850,000 ($57,746,774 total)
  • 11. Bridesmaids: $2,672,350 ($158,186,095 total)