LOS ANGELES, April 1 "The Hunger Games"
dominated box office charts in the United States and Canada for
the second straight weekend, adding to its record-setting debut
a week ago.
"Hunger Games" pulled in $61.1 million from Friday through
Sunday at domestic theaters, according to studio estimates
released on Sunday. The movie about teens forced to fight to the
death has grossed $251 million in North America (United States
and Canada) during its first 10 days of release, distributor
Lions Gate Entertainment said.
"Hunger Games" stormed into theaters last weekend with the
third-highest grossing domestic opening in film history and
biggest for a non-sequel.
Second place for this weekend belonged to action sequel
"Wrath of the Titans" with $34.2 million. "Mirror Mirror," a
family-oriented Snow White story, brought in $19 million, taking
"Wrath of the Titans" was released by Time Warner Inc's
Warner Bros. Privately held Relativity Media distributed
"Mirror Mirror" in the United States and Alliance Films released
the movie in Canada.