Delivering another solid performance for the animated genre, "Ice Age: Continental Drift" has become the third such film to garner the box office crown over the past five weeks.
While it hasn't posted as impressive numbers as predecessors "Brave" ($66.3 million) and "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" ($60.3 million), the Twentieth Century Fox Animation/Blue Sky Studios tale about Manny, Diego, and Sid's adventures took in approximately $16.5 million on both Friday and Saturday (July 13-14) which places its opening weekend total at a pack-leading $46 million.
Marking the first red carpet event since making a pregnancy announcement, Matthew McConaughey and his wife Camila Alves were spotted at the European premiere of "Magic Mike" in London, England on Tuesday (July 10).
Although the Brazilian model announced she is expecting her third child with her "Lincoln Lawyer" husband on July 4th, Camila showed no sign of a baby bump in a strapless skin tight animal print dress which put her legs on full display while Matthew cleaned up in a grey suit and burgundy tie.
Men aren't the only ones stripping down in "Magic Mike", as Channing Tatum's co-star Olivia Munn recently talked about showing off her goods in the stripper flick.
"The Newsroom" actress admitted to Vulture during a recent interview that she "forgot" about her topless scene "until I saw it at the premiere," then happily explaining, "The way it was shot didn't feel gratuitous -- I think that's what every actress says, right?"
Swinging into theaters in the grandest of fashion, "The Amazing Spider-Man" climbed its way to the top spot at the box office during the weekend of July 6-8, 2012.
The Andrew Garfield/Emma Stone starring Marvel adventure took in $20.7 million on Friday and $24.4 million on Saturday while on track for a debut weekend of $66 million putting its projected cume since being released on Tuesday at $140 million.
With movie-goers pledging their hard earned cash to raunchy comedy entertainment, "Ted" stormed into theaters in an impressive fashion while shooting atop the box office over the weekend of June 29-July 1, 2012.
The Mark Wahlberg/Mila Kunis starring talking teddy bear film directed by Seth MacFarlane grabbed up $20.5 million on opening day followed by a $18 million Saturday en route to an estimated $52.5 million total.