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June 11th, 2002

"Bad" Debut

 

Once again, The Sum Of All Fears topped the box office with a little dip but still a strong showing, making 19.2 million this weekend. The film should pass 100 million within the coming weeks and is a nice way for Paramount to start out the summer. In second was Divine Secrets Of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood. Given the large following of the book and the female demographics, it debuted quite nicely with 16.1 million. In third, Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones took another dip with 14 million. And Bad Company, the delayed Chris Rock and Anthony Hopkins spectale from Joel Schumacher lived up to its name with a mere 11 million opening and harsh reviews. Looks like the film lives up to its title... also still performing well but crawling down is Spider-Man, now the fifth highest domestic grossing film of all time, taking in 10.3 million this weekend.

Spirit: Stallion Of The Cimarron did continue to perform well, making another 9.3 million. Undercover Brother dropped a tiny bit but is doing fairly well, this weekend taking in 7.3 million. Finally, Insomnia, Enough and About A Boy took deep dips each respectively making 6.1, 3.7 and 2.6 million each.

Next weekend we'll see Matt Damon compete with buddy Affleck in his own action thriller, "The Bourne Identity" and the live action "Scooby Doo" finally hits the big screen. Will be interesting how those perform...

-Zach B.