May 6, 2012 / 5:36 PM / 5 years ago

The top films at the North American box office

 LOS ANGELES, May 6 (Reuters) - Following are the top 10
movies at North American box offices for the three days starting
May 4, led by "The Avengers" at No. 1, according to studio
estimates compiled by Reuters.   	
	
 1  (*) The Avengers .........................$ 200.3 million	
 2  (1) Think Like a Man ........................$8.0 million	
 3  (2) The Hunger Games ........................$5.7 million	
 4  (4) The Lucky One ...........................$5.5 million	
 5  (5) The Pirates! Band of Misfits.............$5.4 million	
 6  (2) The Five-Year Engagement.................$5.1 million
 	
 7  (7) The Raven.... ...........................$2.5 million	
 8  (6) Safe.....................................$2.5 million	
 9  (8) Chimpanzee...............................$2.4 million	
 10 (5) The Three Stooges........................$1.8 million	
 	
   	
  NOTE: Last weekend's rankings in parenthesis.         	
          	
  (*) = new release              	
   	
CUMULATIVE TOTALS:            	
The Hunger Games ..........................$380.7 million	
The Avengers ..............................$200.3 million  	
Think Like a Man ..........................$73.0 million	
The Lucky One..............................$47.9 million	
The Three Stooges .........................$39.6 million	
Chimpanzee.................................$23 million	
The Five Year Engagement...................$19.2 million	
The Pirates! Band of Misfits...............$18.6 million 	
Safe.......................................$12.8 million	
The Raven .................................$12.0  million    
 	
Chimpanzee ................................$10.2 million  	
     	
Walt Disney Co released "Avengers" and "Chimpanzee."	
Sony Corp's film division released "Think Like a
Man," and "The Pirates! Band of Misfits." 	
Lions Gate Entertainment Corp released "The Hunger 	
Games," and "Safe."	
News Corp's 20th Century Fox studio distributed "The
Three Stooges."  	
Time Warner Inc unit Warner Bros. distributed "The
Lucky One." 	
"The Five Year Engagement was released by Universal, a unit
of Comcast.   	
 Privately held Relativity Media distributed "The Raven" in
the United States, and Alliance Films released the movies in
Canada. 	
	
 (Reporting By Lisa Richwine; Editing by Sandra Maler)	
 	
 

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