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“Fast & Furious 6” opens at No. 1 worldwide

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“Fast & Furious 6 opens at No. 1 worldwide with an estimated weekend gross of $256.5 million from 60 markets, its worldwide cume is now at $275.5 million. The international opening of $158 million is the largest Universal international opening of all-time. The previous record holder was Fast Five at $125 million. Also, The Great Gatsby surpassed the $200 million mark worldwide this weekend.”

The top-12 domestic weekend box office estimates listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, May 26, 2013 are below.

Fast & Furious 6 – Universal – $98.5M
Hangover 3, The – Warner Bros. – $42.4M
Star Trek Into Darkness – Paramount – $38.0M
Epic – 20th Century Fox – $34.2M
Iron Man 3 – Disney – $19.4M
Great Gatsby, The – Warner Bros. – $13.7M
Mud – Roadside Attractions – $1.9M
42 – Warner Bros. – $1.2M
Croods, The – 20th Century Fox – $1.2M
Oblivion – Universal – $0.8M
Oz The Great and Powerful – Disney – $0.6M
Pain And Gain – Paramount – $0.6M

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