Hayden Christensen came out of nowhere to deliver a modest hit, meet his future wife and then completely disappear once more.
The real question here is exactly how many children stayed up way past their bedtime to help contribute to these numbers.
As long as the Die Hard franchise keeps pulling in money like that, Bruce Willis' career is going to stay alive.
Never let it be said that Tom Cruise can't open a movie, regardless of how good that movie might be.
Apparently Nicholas Sparks truly is laughing all the way to the bank.
With Channing Tatum, The Rock and Bruce Willis, we're surprised it didn't make a whole lot more.
It seems odd that nobody remembers this Adam Sandler comedy considering how many of us turned out to see it opening day.
Another month, another Marvel movie, another record-breaking opening.
Roberto Orci wisely waiting until after the film put up major box office numbers to insult most of the fan base.
Sure, we all said we were done with the 'Hangover' films, but clearly we couldn't resist turning out in droves.
There are three types of people who turned out for this film opening day: Brad Pitt fans, CGI fans and people who desperately needed a break from their family.
We're assuming some of those profits went towards the lighting operators' bonuses.
Something tells us that barely covered the film's shoe budget.
Before we spent all day watching cute animals on the Internet, we paid to watch them on the big screen. We paid a lot.
The most surprising thing about this was that it was post-'The Village' and post-'The Happening' M. Night Shyamalan.
Oh, those golden days when everyone still liked Shia La Beouf and had high hopes for a new 'Indiana Jones' movie...
We can talk about the effects or the story all we like - what really pulled in all that money was Anakin's rat-tail braid.
You might think Bradley Cooper is a huge star now, but this was truly his heyday.
But did all those people really go see it, or were they still stuck in the Matrix?
Sure $50 million seems impressive until you remember that hardcore fans didn't even like the prequels all that much. Just wait until 'Episode VII.'