Rush Hour 3 Not as Big as Sequel's Previous Chapters
August 11, 2007–Brett Ratners Rush Hour 3 made an estimated $18.5 million at the domestic box office on Friday from 3,778 runs, off 20% from the previous installments opening day number of $23 million.
In second, Universals The Bourne Ultimatum grossed an estimated $10.4 million from 3,686 engagements; a 58% drop from its opening day take. Pictures current cumulative stands at $109.1 million.
Prior to Ultimatums $69.3 million opening last weekend, 2001s Rush Hour 2 held the record for an August opener at $67.4 million. At $33 million, the first Rush Hour still ranks as the second highest September domestic bow of all-time. That pictures Friday cume rang up $9.9 million.
Among other holdovers, The Simpsons Movie posted an estimated $3.6 million in its third frame from 3,552 runs, moving its cume to $144.7 million.
Disneys Underdog made $2.2 million at 3,013 venues for a new total of $20.5 million.
Other new entries trailing behind Rush included Paramounts Stardust with an estimated $2.99 million from 2,540 theaters.
Tri-Star-Revolutions sequel Daddy Day Camp grossed $1.3 million from 2,332 theaters, and since its Wednesday bow, has made $2.8 million.
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