Pixar’s ‘Brave’ ruled the box office this past weekend, marking it as the 13th straight Pixar film to release at number one since “Toy Story” started the tradition back in 1995.
‘Brave’ earned $66 million dollars in it’s opening weekend.
The film bumped it’s other animated competition, “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted” to the number two slot on the weekend countdown taking in $20.2 million.
Number 3 on the list went to the well reviewed “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,” which earned $16.5 million.
Flop is the word for Steve Carell and Keira Knightley’s “A Friend At The End of the World,” which debuted at number 10 with $3.8 million.