Hunger Games Still Hungry

Katniss is still shooting arrows & they all are hitting the bullseye. Hunger Games is practically ruling over the box office. Its been only seventeen days since the movie has released & it has already scored $300 million plus in box office. If accounted of domestic & overseas the movie crosses the mark of $400 million. Director Gary Ross is happy with his movie's success, but it is skeptical of whether he will shoot the sequel to the movie 'Catching Fire'. 

Apparently Hunger Games has also taken over this weekend's revenue by keeping American Reunion one spot below it with Titanic 3D a spot below that. Wrath of the Titans did not see a great earnings. Surprisingly Safe House is still keeping its spot on the top ten by being the oldest movie released. Courtesy Hollywood Reporter, below are the domestic earnings of the top ten movies of the weekend. 
Domestic Box Office, April 6-April 8
Title/Weeks in release/Theater count, Studio/Three-day weekend total/Cume
1. The Hunger Games, 3/4,137, Lionsgate, $33.5 million, $302.8 million.
2. American Reunion, 1/3,191, Universal/Relativity, $21.5 million.
3. Titanic 3D, 1/2,674, Paramount/Fox, $17.4 million, $25.7 million.
4. Wrath of the Titans, 2/3,545, Warners/Legendary, $15 million, $58.9 million.
5. Mirror Mirror, 2/3,618, Relativity, $11 million, $36.5 million.
6. 21 Jump Street, 4/3,009, Sony/MGM, $10.2 million, $109.6 million.
7. Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, 6/2,994, Universal/Illumination, $5 million, $198.2 million.
8. Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, 5/524, CBS Films, $975K million, $4.6 million.
9. John Carter, 5/1,015, Disney, $829K million, $68 million.
10. Safe House, 9/480, Universal,  $581K, $124.8 million.