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.
Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson
Captain America: The Winter Soldier topped the box office chart for the third straight weekend, earning $26.6 million over the Easter holiday, Box Office Mojo reports. Rio 2 also held strong in second place with $22.5 million.
Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson
Captain America: The Winter Soldier hung on to the top spot at the box office this weekend, but just barely.
The superhero flick earned $41.4 million in its second week, narrowly topping the animated sequel Rio 2, which took in $39 million in its debut, Box Office Mojo reports.
Noah may have taken the top spot at the weekend box office, but Frozen just set a world record.
Frozen's latest receipts bring the film's total global gross to $1.072billion, making it the top-grossing animated film of all time. Toy Story 3 had previously held the record with $1.063 billion. Frozen also holds the 10th spot on the list of top global blockbusters of all time.