May 25, 2008 / 4:46 PM / 9 years ago

The top movies at the North American box office

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Following are the top 10 films at the North American box office for the first three days of the U.S. Memorial Day holiday weekend beginning on May 23, led by the new release “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” according to studio estimates compiled on Sunday by Reuters.

1 (*) Indiana Jones and the

Kingdom of the Crystal Skull ....$101.0 million

2 (1) Prince Caspian .. $ 23.0 million

3 (2) Iron Man ........ $ 20.1 million

4 (3) What Happens in Vegas .......... $ 9.0 million

5 (4) Speed Racer ..... $ 4.0 million

6 (6) Made of Honor ... $ 3.4 million

7 (5) Baby Mama ....... $ 3.3 million

8 (7) Forgetting Sarah Marshall ...... $ 1.7 million

9 (8) Harold & Kumar

Escape from Guantanamo Bay ..... $ 915,000

10(10) The Visitor ..... $ 781,000

NOTE: Last weekend’s ranking in parentheses. * = new release. “Indiana Jones” data exclude opening-day sales of $25 million on Thursday.

TOTALS TO DATE

Iron Man ........... $252.3 million

Indiana Jones ...... $126.0 million

Prince Caspian ..... $ 91.1 million

Forgetting Sarah Marshall ......... $ 58.2 million

What Happens in Vegas ............. $ 54.2 million

Baby Mama .......... $ 52.1 million

Made of Honor ...... $ 39.1 million

Speed Racer ........ $ 36.2 million

Harold & Kumar

Escape From Guantanamo Bay ........ $ 36.0 million

The Visitor ........ $ 4.4 million

“Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” was produced by Lucasfilm, and released by Paramount Pictures, a unit of Viacom Inc. Paramount also released “Iron Man,” which was produced by Marvel Entertainment Inc.

“The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” was produced by privately held Walden Media, and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures, a unit of Walt Disney Co.

“What Happens in Vegas” was released by Twentieth Century Fox, a unit of News Corp.

“Speed Racer” and “Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay” were released by Warner Bros. Pictures, a unit of Time Warner Inc.

“Made of Honor” was released by Columbia Pictures, a unit of Sony Corp.

“Baby Mama” and “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” were released by Universal Pictures, a unit of General Electric Co’s NBC Universal.

The Visitor was released by Overture Films, a unit of Liberty Media Corp.

Reporting by Dean Goodman; Editing by Eric Beech

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