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The god of thunder is at the top of the box office for two consecutive weeks. Alan Taylor’s “Thor: The Dark World” is still in first place with an estimated $38.4 million domestically, taking home a total $147 million in North America so far. Internationally “Thor 2” raked in an additional $52.5 million, moving its total earnings to $332.8 million internationally and $479.8 million worldwide. Another quick look at the figures reveal that after two weeks in the U.S. and three weeks in foreign market, “Thor 2” surpassed the global $449 million marker achieved by the first installment.

Chris Hemsworth returns as the God of Thunder, who this time fights to restore order across the cosmos

Chris Hemsworth returns as the God of Thunder, who this time fights to restore order across the cosmos

“The Best Man Holiday” takes the second spot with approximately $30.5 million, boasting with an impressive “A+” from CinemaScore, attracting female audience (75%) and African-American (87%). “Last Vegas” sits in the third spot and “Free Birds” drops in at fourth place. “Gravity” is still holding on at the sixth spot with an additional $6.28 million.

Quick look at the top-grossing pictures in North American theaters, courtesy of Box Office Mojo:

  1. “Thor: The Dark World” – 38.4 million
  2. “The Best Man Holiday” – $30.5 million
  3. “Last Vegas” – $8.8 million
  4. “Free Birds” – $8.3 million
  5. “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa” – $7.6 million
  6. “Gravity” – $6.28 million
  7. “Ender’s Game” – $6.20 million
  8. “12 Years a Slave” – $4.7 million
  9. “Captain Phillips” – $4.5 million
  10. “About Time” – $3.4 million