Transformers: Age of Extinction held on to the top spot at the box office over the holiday weekend, despite experiencing a 63 percent dropoff in its second week, Box Office Mojo reports. The fourth film in theTransformers franchise took in $36.4 million, which was enough to top the new film Tammy. The road trip comedy starring Melissa McCarthy and Susan Sarandon finished in second place with $21.1 million in its debut weekend.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum
22 Jump Street knocked out the box office competition, grossing $60 million in its opening weekend, according to Box Office Mojo.
The sequel to the 2012 film, starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, nearly doubled the original's box office debut. Both movies are based on the '90s TV series that starred Johnny Depp.
Coming in the No. 2 spot was another sequel, How to Train Your Dragon 2. The Dreamworks animated movie made $50 million in its first weekend.
Ansel Elgort, Shailene Woodley
Teens with terminal cancer drew a surprising number of moviegoers to the box office this weekend, as 20thCentury Fox's The Fault in our Stars made a healthy debut at the box office. The Shailene Woodley film, which is based on the über-popular young adult novel of the same name, easily won the weekend, bringing in more than $48 million, according to Box Office Mojo...
Adan Canto, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore, Daniel Cudmore
Godzilla was no match for The X-Men this holiday weekend.
Days of Future Past, the latest installment in the X-Men franchise, soared to the top spot at the box office this holiday weekend with $91.4 million ($111 million over the four-day weekend) in ticket sales, according to Box Office Mojo. Though it fell short of the debut of X-Men: The Last Stand ($102.8 million), it's on pace to become the highest-grossing X-Men movie ever by next weekend.
Zac Efron, Dave Franco
Move over, Spider-Man, there's a new guy in town and he looks a lot like a shirtless Zac Efron.
The actor's new movie Neighbors — which co-stars Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne as a married couple living next to Efron's fraternity — was the top movie at the box office this Mother's Day weekend...
The Amazing Spider-Man 2
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 failed to live up to its name at the box office this weekend, raking in $92 million in what analysts are nevertheless calling a disappointing debut. Box Office Mojo notes that the total is far short of the opening numbers for the first and third installments in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, which both premiered during the first weekend in May and took in $114.8 million and $151.1 million, respectively. Still, with no other wide-release movie to compete with, the 2014 sequel still easily landed at No. 1 for the weekend.