“Hop,” featuring the voice of British bad boy Russell Brand (Arthur), debuted atop the North American box office earning $38.1 million, according to industry figures Sunday.
Jake Gyllenhaal‘s critically-acclaimed sci-fi thriller “Source Code” debuted at number two with $15.1 million. Gyllenhaal’s character is part of a government experiment to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train (Click here to watch trailer).
Capturing the third position is the horror flick “Insidious.” The “haunted house” themed movie raked in a descent $13.5 million which is good for 3rd place (Click here to watch the trailer).
Here are the Top 10 Movies at the US Box-Office for the weekend period of April 1 to 3, 2011:
TOP 10 MOVIES AT THE US BOX-OFFICE
(April 1 to 3, 2011 – Weekend Estimates)
|4||1||Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules||$10.2M||$38.4M||2|
|6||4||The Lincoln Lawyer||$7.1M||$39.6M||3|
|10||7||Battle Los Angeles||$3.5||$78.4M||4|
Watch the HD trailer of “Hop” here: