ComingSoon.net reports that X-Men: The Last Stand easily broke the Memorial Day weekend record:
After having the second-highest grossing opening day ever, the Brett Ratner-directed X-Men: The Last Stand officially took the Memorial Day holiday weekend record with an estimated $120.1 million in its first four days. It already surpassed the M-Day grosses of Steven Spielberg’s The Lost World: Jurassic Park and DreamWorks’ Shrek 2 as of Sunday, when it was estimated to have grossed $103 million, which also made it the fourth-highest opening movie of all time. Without very much competition over the next few weeks, it should be able to make $250 million by summer’s end.
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Source: Box Office Mojo