"Transformers" 4 retained the top spot yet again at the weekend box office. The movie has reportedly crossed the important $500 million milestone in total collection. The other movies ruling the charts include "Tammy" and "22 Jump Street."
The weekend collection of "Transformers" 4 was reportedly $37 million. According to a report by Box Office Mojo the movie has retained the top spot at the weekend box office. The movie was able to collect over $175 million in the U.S and over $400 million from the international market.
The comedy flick "Tammy" was able to collect over $33 million in the U.S and over $2.5 million from the international market. The total box office collection of the movie was reported to be over $35 million.
Following closely behind at third place at the weekend box office was reported to be "22 Jump Street." The movie was able to collect over $159 million in the U.S and over $69 million from the international market. The total box office collection of the movie stands at over $228 million.
"Transformers" 4 follows the story of a mechanic and his daughter who stumble upon an old truck which may be the leader of the Autobots - Optimus Prime. They are hunted by a government agency and an alien bounty hunter called Lockdown for their discovery. The movie also marks the return of the arch enemy of the Autobots - Megatron.
"Tammy" is the story of a young woman who goes on a road trip after losing her job. She also finds that her husband has been unfaithful to her. She is joined by her grandmother as she runs from the law for stealing pies from a fast food joint.
"22 Jump Street" is about two officers who go undercover at a local college. The two friends have gone through high school twice and refuse to have any mature relationships. Both of them find love in the college as they struggle to build a relationship.
"Transformers" 4 may face stiff competition from the movie "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," releasing on July 11. The other upcoming movies this week include "And So it Goes," "Road to Paloma," "A Long Way Down," "Land Ho!" "Boyhood" and "Rage."
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