Hollywood 2010: 3D Movies Riding High at the Box-Office

Good or bad, entertaining or boring, movies taking advantage of the new technology of 3D are attracting huge audiences.  How long will the trend last? Back in the 1950s, the new phenom lasted 3-4 years. Are 3D Movies here to stay?  Right now, commerially they make sense. Just look at the box-office of Easter Weeke d.

Clash of the Titans

The gods of Mount Olympus were the new rulers of the weekend box-office. Despite negative reviews, the  action remake “Clash of the Titans” debuted at No. 1 with $61.4 million. Adding Thursday night preview screenings, the movie has totaled $64.1 million.

The previous weekend’s top movie, the 3D animated adventure “How to Train Your Dragon,” ran a close third with $29.2 million, raising its 10-day total to $92.3 million.

Opening at No. 2 with $30.2 million was the sequel “Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too?”

The previous weekend’s top movie, the animated adventure “How to Train Your Dragon,” ran a close third with $29.2 million, raising its 10-day total to $92.3 million.

Miley Cyrus’ teen drama “The Last Song” premiered at No. 4 with $16.2 million. It has taken in $25.6 million since opening Wednesday.