According to the Hollywood Reporter:
In North America, MIB3 is expected to post a four-day total of $70 million after grossing $55 million for the three-day weekend. The $70 million is short of the $75 million or $80 million Sony hoped the tentpole would earn (rivals thought it would do more) on the strength of kids and families. Moviegoing is down a sizeable 32 percent from Memorial Day 2011, when The Hangover Part II and Kung Fu Panda 2 both debuted.
When you add in the international box office, the total take for the weekend is just over $200 million.
- Men In Black 3 $55,000,000
- Marvel’s The Avengers $36,987,000
- Battleship $10,800,000
- The Dictator $9,600,000
- Chernobyl Diaries $8,000,000
- Dark Shadows $7,515,000
- What to Expect When You’re Expecting $7,150,000
- The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel $6,350,000
- The Hunger Games $2,750,0001
- Think Like a Man $1,400,000
- The Pirates! Band of Misfits $1,100,000