The Hunger Games has had a good PHENOMENAL run at the box office since it's release and this weekend was no exception.
Even with American Reunion and Titanic 3D sailing into theaters as competition, the adaptation of Suzanne Collins' best-selling novel STILL managed to win weekend with an estimated $33.5 million gross, while the comedy sequel raked in $21.5 million and Titanic sunk $17.4 million.
On top of winning the box office, the blockbuster continued to break MORE records this weekend since it grossed $302.8 million domestically and became second-fastest nonsequel to reach the $300 million mark.
Wow! Will this movie EVER stop making money? Ha!
Did U get some target practice with Katniss, never let go with Leonardo DiCaprio, or hang with Stifler and the gang this weekend?
While George Lucas would have replaced the entire cast with digital imagery, James Cameron resisted temptation to cut scenes he was no longer happy with when preparing to re-release his blockbuster film Titanic in 3D.
There is, however, one small change. Did U ever notice that the stars above Kate Winslet's head, while she's floating on a piece of driftwood in the Atlantic ocean, aren't quite right?
Neither did we and we didn't care either, but one of the country's leading astronomers did and he wrote Cameron to tell him all about it. In a recent interview with British magazine Culture, the director of the blockbuster film explained: