- X-Men: First Class, $56 million
- The Hangover Part II, $32.4 million
- Kung Fu Panda 2, $24.3 million
- Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, $18 million
- Bridesmaids, $12.1 million
- Thor, $4.2 million
- Fast Five, $3.2 million
- Midnight in Paris, $2.9 million
- Jumping the Broom, $865,000
- Something Borrowed, $835,000
RYAN: I'm so glad X-Men: First Class beat out The Hangover Part II this weekend since it's such a better movie.
CAROLINE: I'll take your word for it since I didn't see X-Men. But it can't have been too difficult to be better than The Hangover since that was such a lousy sequel.
RYAN: And although it's #1 this weekend it didn't do better than the previous X-Men sequels.
CAROLINE: That's surprising... though maybe the lack of Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry made a bigger difference than people had anticipated.
RYAN: Worldwide it grossed about $120 million and cost $160 to make so I'm sure it'll be fine in the coming weeks.
CAROLINE: Pirates 4 is turning out to be the lowest in the franchise so far, interesting considering prices are hiked with 3D and everything.
RYAN: And it's such a good one! I don't know why it hasn't done better... which, by the way, is only by comparison since it's still doing incredibly well - almost $800 mill worldwide.
CAROLINE: I could definitely renovate my apartment for that amount.
RYAN: [laughs] I just love this season at the movies - a big, exciting new movie every week.
CAROLINE: 'Tis the season indeed.