Aniston starrer bows big with $39.2 mil; 'X-Men' 2nd

Fuson, Brian
June 2006
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;6/6/2006, Vol. 394 Issue 32, p100
The article presents information on the boxoffice performance of motion pictures released worldwide. Universal's film "The Break-Up" did about $1.1 million better than early estimates, closing boxoffice for the weekend with a debut of $39.2 million, instead of the projected $38.1 million. The film "X-Men: The Last Stand" seemed destined to hold on to the top spot for the second consecutive weekend, after its sensational record-breaking four-day holiday gross of $122.9 million. Paramount's film "Over the Hedge," held up solidly on its third weekend in theaters, taking the third slot with $20.6 million Sony's film "The Da Vinci Code."


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