While far from perfect last week, I think I did a pretty good job on my predictions overall. Figured I'd try again.
Now onto the predicting...

Can Snow White and the Huntsman take #1 this weekend? I think so but it could end up being close. The biggest question with this film as I see it is "who is it's audience?" Twilight fans who like Kristen Stewart? Thor fans who like Chris Hemsworth? Fans of the 1937 classic? Maybe it is just those looking for an action-adventure escape this weekend? I don't really know, but I do know that I will be part of that audience. I think it looks like a cool, exciting movie. I expect it to put up a nice number, but so will MIB 3 in its second weekend and Avengers in its fifth. We shall see.

Here is my top 10 Box Office Predictions for June 1-3
1. Snow White and the Huntsman, $37million
2. The Avengers, $25.5million
3. MIB 3, $25million
4. Battleship, $6million
5. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, $5million
6. What to Expect When You're Expecting, $4.5million
7. The Dictator, $4.25million
8. For Greater Glory, $4million
9. Chernobyl Diaries, $3.75million
10. Dark Shadows, $3.5million

How will Snow White and the Huntsman perform in its opening weekend? Does The Avengers have a shot at regaining the top spot? Will the Hunger Games finally drop out of the top 10 in its eleventh(!) weekend? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

The Hunger Games, edges closer and closer to $400 million.  The Gary Ross adventure-drama needs $8.5mil the rest of its run to make it over the hump.  It would then need another $2.5mil to pass Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, which as a fan of the Hunger Games, and someone who despises the Transformers movies,  I would be very happy with this result.  Even if it can't make it over though, it has had a valiant effort.  The expectations were quite high, but I don't think ANYBODY expected it to pass all the Twilight, Harry Potter, and Lord of the Rings films to become the highest grossing non-comic book film based on a book.  As I loved the books I am very glad for Suzanne Collins, Jennifer Lawrence, Gary Ross and all involved.