The Hunger Games broke $300 million at the box office this weekend, laughing all the way to the bank at American Reunion in a distant second place. As for James Cameron‘s Titanic 3-D, The Hunger Games slayed it at the box office, surpassing the Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet film by over $16 million.
With The Hunger Games still reaping huge ticket sales at the box office, the film is currently on target to rake in over $360 million domestically and is currently the highest grossing film of the year. With the win at the weekend box office, The Hunger Games has now topped ticket sales in the U.S. for the third weekend in the row.
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The Hunger Games movie is already number one at the weekend box office before the ‘weekend’ even officially begins. In fact, The Hunger Games movie, starring Jennifer Lawrence as heroine Katniss Everdeen, has already broken at least one box office record. Fans flooding midnight screenings of the film tallied up over $19.7 million in ticket sales. That sets the record for the largest non-sequel midnight opening ever.
Although The Hunger Games only placed seventh in the record of biggest midnight openings in history, all the rest of the films on the list were sequels. Perhaps The Hunger Games movie sequel will break that record next time around?
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