The Fault In Our Stars opened in the number one spot at the nation’s box offices this weekend, with an estimated $48.2 million in sales.
Maleficent dropped to second, with $33.5 million this weekend and $127.4 million in domestic sales over 10 days, Rentrak reported.
Edge Of Tomorrow opened in third, with $29.1 million in its premiere exhibitions.
Rounding out the 10 most-popular movies in the U.S. and Canada, as estimated by the studios and collated by Rentrak, were X-Men: Days Of Future Past ($14.7 million), A Million Ways To Die In The West ($7.2 million), Godzilla ($5.6 million), Neighbors ($5.2 million), Blended ($4 million), Chef ($2.6 million), and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($1.9 million).
In the overseas box office, Variety reports Edge of Tomorrow claimed the top spot with $82 million, including $25 million opening in the People’s Republic of China.
Also according to Variety, the $25 million collection in China is likely to be Tom Cruise’s largest single film debut in the world’s most populous country.
With a budget of $178 million, Edge Of Tomorrow reportedly earned $16.6 million in South Korea, $8.6 million in Russia, $3.1 in Mexico, and $3.2 million in France. The film will open in Japan on July 4.