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Star Trek Into Darkness tops $84 million in North America

Written by Barbara Vancheri on .

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Note:  The following was updated at 1:50 to reflect new numbers from Hollywood.com. 
 
There was little doubt that “Star Trek Into Darkness” would be No. 1 at the box office. The question was how much money would it gross in North America?
 
trekblog2And the answer is:  $84,091,000 since opening day and $70,555,000 for Friday through Sunday. 
 
“Star Trek Into Darkness” is J.J. Abrams’ sequel to his 2009 relaunch starring, among others, former Pittsburgher Zachary Quinto as Spock, Chris Pine as Kirk, Zoe Saldana as Uhura and Benedict Cumberbatch as the villainous John Harrison.
 
Here are the early estimates from Hollywood.com with final numbers due Monday as usual: 
 
1. “Star Trek Into Darkness” — $70,555,000, with $84,091,000 since its Wednesday IMAX release. 
 
2. “Iron Man 3” — $35,182,000, bringing its North American total to $337,073,000 and more than $1 billion internationally. 
 
 
3. “The Great Gatsby” — $23,415,000, for $90,159,000 to date. 
 
4.  “Pain and Gain” — $3,100,000, for $46,574,000 since release.
 
5. “The Croods” — $2,750,000, bringing its total to $176,750,183.
 
6. “42” — $2,730,000, for $88,735,000 so far. 
 
7. “Oblivion” — $2,222,390, or $85,473,350 to date. 
 
8. “Mud” — $2,160,285 from 960 screens, for $11,587,710 so far. 
 
9. “Tyler Perry Presents Peeples” — $2,150,000, or $7,857,777  in two weekends of release. 
 
10. “The Big Wedding” — $1,100,000, or $20,197,984)  in four weeks.

 

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