Monsters University was the top movie at the box office for the second weekend in a row.
The comedy The Heat, where Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy play law enforcement agents trying to bring down a drug lord, debuted in second place. Marlon Wayans and Michael Rapaport co-star.
Opening below expectations in fourth place was the action film White House Down, starring Channing Tatum as a policeman denied his dream job with the Secret Service who winds up having to save the president, played by Jamie Foxx, and the country when a group takes over the White House.
I saw World War Z with Brad Pitt and it was very good! The zombies are super fast and they jump, which is different from what I’m used to with the Walking Dead, but the plot was really good. Brad did an excellent job.
THIS WEEKEND’S TOP TEN MOVIES — JUNE 28-30
1. Monsters University, $46.1 million
2. The Heat, $40 million
3. World War Z, $29.8 million
4. White House Down, $25.7 million
5. Man of Steel, $20.8 million
6. This Is the End, $8.7 million
7. Now You See Me, $5.5 million
8. Fast & Furious 6, $2.4 million
9. Star Trek: Into Darkness, $2 million
10. The Internship, $1.4 million
The BET Awards went down as well. Get the full recap HERE.
India Arie talked to Oprah on Sunday for Super Soul Sunday about her life and her career.