The Lewis Carroll tale “Alice in Wonderland,” re-imagined in 3-D by director Tim Burton, was the top film in the U.S. and Canada for a second straight weekend, bringing in $62 million in ticket sales for Walt Disney Co., Bloomberg informs.
Johnny Depp played the role of the Mad Hatter, and the part was perfect for him. Every time that Depp and Burton team up, they create a hit.
Alice in Wonderland was top-dog at the box office, even though Matt Damon’s Green Zone and Robert Pattinson’s Remember Me made their debuts. The box office total for Alice in Wonderland was $62 million, compared to Green Zone’s $14.5 million and Remember Me’s $8.9 million, CNM News Network informs.
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