3-D Version of "The Lion King" Roars Again at the Weekend Box Office

News   3-D Version of "The Lion King" Roars Again at the Weekend Box Office
 
For the second consecutive weekend, the 3-D version of Disney's "The Lion King," the animated film that spawned the Tony-winning Broadway musical, was the highest-grossing film.

http://images.playbill.com/photo/L/i/LionKing-200.jpg

Seventeen years after its initial release, the family-friendly film brought in a staggering $22,130,000 for the Sept. 23-25 weekend; the motion picture earned $29,300,000 the previous weekend.

Other top earners for the weekend just ended include "Moneyball" ($20,600,000), "Dolphin Tale" ($20,260,000), "Abduction" ($11,200,000) and "Killer Elite" ($9,500,000).

To date, "The Lion King" has earned $406,217,776 worldwide, according to boxofficeMojo.com. The Broadway musical of the same name plays the Minskoff Theatre.

Today’s Most Popular News: