The Hunger Games has already earned more than ALL the Twilight films!

The Hunger Games are an unstoppable force at the box office right now, easily beating out its two biggest competitors, American Reunion and Titanic 3D!  Early reports say that the Hunger Games raked in $33.5 million this weekend bringing its domestic gross up to $302.8 million!  However look at this statistic and tell me you’re not impressed:

Starring Jennifer Lawrence as a teen forced to fight other youths in a televised death match, “The Hunger Games” now has topped the domestic gross of each of the “Twilight” movies and all but the first and last of the “Harry Potter” films.

That is truly an AMAZING feat, especially since the its only been in theaters for 17 days!  Will we out earn the final two Harry Potter films we are still trailing?  The odds very well may be in our favor!

Here are the preliminary box office reports in case you are interested:

1. “The Hunger Games,” $33.5 million.

2. “American Reunion,” $21.5 million ($19.3 million international).

3. “Titanic” in 3-D, $17.4 million ($35.5 million international).

4. “Wrath of the Titans,” $15 million.

5. “Mirror Mirror,” $11 million.

6. “21 Jump Street,” $10.2 million ($2.9 million international).

7. “Dr. Seuss’ the Lorax,” $5 million ($11.8 million international).

8. “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen,” $975,000.

9. “John Carter,” $820,000 ($2.6 million international).

10. “Safe House,” $581,000.

Source:  The Washington Post

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