Top 10 at the box office this summer

Curios about what kind of movies are in the top 10 at the box office this summer? Your favorite may just be among them.

Have you noticed a superhero trend in the movies this summer? If you have, that’s because it was. Animated movies, 3d sequels or new stories with incredible special effects – they all had one thing in common: the hero that saves the world and gains the admiration of his people…and in some cases that of a girl.

#10 – Kung Fu Panda 2. The sequel follows the adventures of the same Kung Fu gang from the first movie, only this time it’s a different lesson to be learned. The movie brings up sensitive subjects like adoption, family relationships and the ability to find inner peace. The Movie was released May 26 and has cashed in a total of $ 163,942,842.

#9 – Captain America: The First Avenger. The national superhero movie was released on July 22 and it summed up $ 164,747,643 at the box office.

#8 – Bridesmaids. Among the few movies that is not about superheroes, this one is about the long lasting friendship between two childhood friends, who still try to be a part of each other’s life. You almost forget that one of the is the bride and the other is a bridesmaid. The movie hit theaters on May 2011 and brought $167,661,310 to the box office.

#7 – Thor. The legend of Thor, God of Thunder and son of Odin, was impressively created on the big screen, using great special effects. This time, the hero doesn’t get the girl, not yet, anyway. Thor was released on May 6 and cashed in $ 181,015,141.

# 6 – Cars 2 – the animated movie hit the big screen on June 24 and can proud itself with $ 186,951,457 at the box office.

Curious about the top 5 and the #1? Read the next article.

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