'Thor' Wins An Epic Box Office Weekend With $66 Million — Mainly Due To Chris Hemsworth's Abs!

Sun, May 8, 2011 5:12pm EDT by 2 Comments

Guys got action and girls got shirtless Chris — what’s not to love?

Thor fired up the weekend box office  — and we can’t help but think a very hunky Chris Hemsworth may have brought in the serious bucks!

The film made a whopping $66 million domestically and $242 million worldwide, Deadline reports.

Between Chris’ chiseled body and his great chemistry with costar Natalie Portman, we’re not surprised the film made so much dough.

We loved Thor, but what did you think, HollywoodLifers?

– William Earl

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aquarius64

Posted at 6:27 PM on May 8, 2011  

Big opening! Congrats, Thor! Looks like R-Pattz is learning that his Twi-mom and Twi-teen fans aren’t going to be enough to show he can bring home the box office bacon outside of Twilight. (WTF finished 6th this week with 5.6 million.) From the US box office prospective, this movie has not made back its money. Unfortunately for RPattz, if WFE doesn’t clear the 100 million mark in 4 weeks from initial release it’s considered a bomb.

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Winsome

Posted at 6:03 PM on May 8, 2011  

Good for Kenneth Branagh. It’s been far too long since his brilliance has shone!

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