North American box Woody Harrelson is the highest career earnings as "Zombieland" weekend, together with 25 million sale of cinema tickets according to studio estimates Sunday.
Two children weekly comedy Meatballs likely to vote, who slipped from 2 to 16.7 million remains unchanged. "These two films, Columbia Pictures, issued by the Sony Corp.
Four other new games top 10 entries. 3-D Pixar animated film "Toy Story edition" and "Toy Story 2," opened No. 3 with 12.5 million U.S. dollars. With the release of "Toy Story, June 3, waited for the arrival of Stoke in 2010. War"
British comedian Ricky Gervais, the nominal 7.4 million, slightly Surrogates Bruce Willis 'outside' lying on the second weekend of "invention. Ranking may change when final figures, was on Monday.
Two articles related to No 7: The directorial debut of Drew Barrymore's "Whip It" and director Michael Moore Documentary Capitalism: A Love Story ", the reported 4.9 million U.S. dollars in ticket sales.
"Capitalism" nearly twice as many theaters "Whip" is the only top-digit million is expected to be open was played before Gervais comedy. "Zombieland," a sharp increase in comments and discussions, the budget production is not his strength is low.
Harrelson, who became famous in the television series "Wow stars as Zombie Killer ing obsessive - compulsive disorder Fool in the global epidemic of zombies, Jesse Eisenberg, played by arthritis. The first film, director, Ruben Fleischer points.
British distribution president Rory Bruer "This action is inspired road trip buddy comedy, and the icing on the cake is the fact that he found the place," he said.
In recent years, with a low profile in hand, Harrelson, his wife and daughters, and in favor of legalization of marijuana, which are in Hawaii. Its more open, but the "indecent proposal for 18 million U.S. dollars in 1993 came the first movie.
Toy Story / Toy Story 2 Walt Disney Pictures, a division of The Walt Disney Company, "a lie", Warner Bros. Picture, Time Warner Inc. has been issued has been issued by an invention ."It was published in Capitalism: A Love Story," Overture Films, subsidiary of Liberty Media Corporation "Whip" from 20th Century Fox, was released by the News Corp.