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Hollywood-Movies-Sets-Summer-Box-Office-Record-Of-$4.7-Billion-Despite-Huge-Flops

Latest Hollywood News: Hollywood earned a record $4.7 billion at the box office Report this summer — irregardless some high-profile flops.

The duration stretching from the first weekend Collection in May While Labor Day saw a 10.2 percent increase in revenue and a 6.6 percent collision in attendance.

Iron Man 3 led the way with $408 million at the domestic box office collection, ensue by other summer blockbusters movies like Despicable Me 2 ($356 million) and Man of Steel ($290 million).

Other super hit Hollywood movies included Monsters University, Fast & Furious 6, Star Trek Into Darkness, and World War Z, all of which cracked the $200 million mark.

The top six Hollywood movies of the summer were all sequels or based on established characters.

Among the big-budget whiffs: The Lone Ranger ($88 million), White House Down ($72 million), and After Earth ($61 million), all of which featured big Hollywood stars but couldn’t get attraction with audiences.

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