"Brave" Hits Target with $66.7 Million, "Abraham Lincoln" Lacks Bite 


Family films triumphed at the box-office with "Brave" and "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" taking in the No. 1 and 2 spots respectively. "Brave," Disney/Pixar's first female heroine defied gravity and landed at the top spot with $66.7 million continuing Pixar's record of opening films at No. 1. Featuring voice work by Kelly McDonald (Merida) and Emma Thompson, "Brave" is a beguiling, old-school fairy tale that connected with kids and grown-ups alike. ("Brave" movie review)

Sliding to No. 2 was Paramount's "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" with $20.2 million. So far, the threequel has made $157.6 million at domestic box-office. (Jada Pinkett Smith talks about her role Gloria)

At No. 3 was Timur Bekmambetov's "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" with a very soft $16.5 million. Based on Seth Grahame-Smith's novel, believe in the premise of the film and you will enjoy the movie. ("Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" movie review)

Taking the No. 4 position was "Prometheus" with $10 million, followed by "Snow White and the Huntsman" at No. 5 with $8 million.

Here's the estimated Top 10 Box-Office Films for weekend of June 22nd:

1. Brave, 1/4,164, Disney/Pixar, $66.7 million.
2. Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, 3/3,920, $20.2 million, $157.6 million.
3. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, 1/3,108, $16.5 million.
4. Prometheus, 3/2,862, $10 million, $108.5 million.
5. Snow White and the Hunstman, 4/2,919, $8 million, $137.1 million.
6. Rock of Ages, 2/3,470, $8 million, $28.8 million.
7. The Avengers, 8/2,230, Disney/Marvel Studios, $7 million, $598.3 million.
8. That's My Boy, 2/3,030, Sony, $7.9 million, $28.2 million.
9. Men in Black 3, 5/2,462, Sony, $5.6 million, $163.3 million.
10. Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, 1/1,625, Focus, $3.8 million.

SOURCE: HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

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