Bourne Sequel Supreme At Box Office - antiTainment NEWS

Matt Damon has a reason to smile this weekend, he had his best box office debut ever with “The Bourne Supremacy”, which pulled in an estimated $53.5 million over the weekend, landing the sequel to the “Bourne Identity” at the top of the box office for the weekend. The original film took in a little over $27 million when it debuted in the summer of 2002. Damon reprised his role as CIA agent Jason Bourne for the sequel. 

Halle Berry’s “Catwoman” had no reason to purr after coming in a distant third with a weekend take of an estimated $17.16 million.  Last week’s No. 1., the Will Smith sci-fi action movie “I, Robot” dropped to second place with an estimated second weekend gross just north of  $22 million. That places the Asimov inspired summer blockbuster just a shade under $5 million shy of $100 million for 10-days. 

“Spider-Man 2” netted an additional $15 million this weekend, landing in fourth place. And "A Cinderella Story," rounded out the top five this week with an estimated $8 million in ticket sales. 

Estimated North American Weekend Box Office: 
1 - “The Bourne Supremacy” - $53.5 million 
2 - “I, Robot” - $22.05 million 
3 - “Catwoman” - $17.16 million 
4 - “Spider-Man 2” - $15 million 
5 - “A Cinderella Story” - $8.04 million 
6 - “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” - $7.1 million 
7 - “Fahrenheit 9/11” - $5 million 
8 - “The Notebook” - $4.45 million 
9 - “King Arthur” - $3.06 million 
10 - “Shrek 2” - $2.4 million  .



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