'MI3' Cruises To Number One With Less-Than-Expected Box Office Results
That said, the movie, which also stars Ving Rhames, Michelle Monaghan, Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Jonathan Rhys Meyers, still made $37 million more than second placed RV, which debuted at number one last weekend. Mission: Impossible III also performed well internationally and grossed a global haul of $70 million. The film has some way to go to break even - it reportedly cost $150 million to make.
Also debuting in the box office top 10 this week is horror film An American Haunting at number three and family film Hoot, which took in a poor $3.4 million to enter the list in ninth place. Ice Age: The Meltdown - the first film this year to break the $100 million mark in America - continues to perform well at the box office. The animated sequel grossed $4 million in its sixth week on release, taking its tally to a whopping $183.3 million.
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