The fourth installment in the Ice Age franchise, Ice Age: Continental Drift, easily took the box office with $46 million over the weekend. The film earned an additional $95.3 million overseas.
Ray Romano, Queen Latifah, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Nicki Minaj, KeKe Palmer, Drake, Wanda Sykes and Seann William Scott lend their voices to the animated feature.
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone’s The Amazing Spider-Man moves to No. 2, earning $35 million in its second weekend. The superhero reboot has earned $200.9 million domestically since its July 3rd release.
Mark Wahlberg’s Ted rounds out the top three with $22.1 million, while Disney/Pixar’s Brave fell to fourth place with $10.7 million.
See list of the weekend’s ten top grossing films below.
KeKe Palmer unleashes her inner Brandy circa 1998-99 and serves wholesome sex appeal in the video for “You Got Me,” the Kevin McCall-assisted single from her upcoming debut mixtape. Palmer, who stars in Ice Age: Continental Drift, makes the transition from child star to budding diva in the clip without falling off the wagon.
The first offering from the mixtape is “You Got Me,” featuring singer-rapper-producer Kevin McCall.
Onika continues to build her brand!
Nicki Minaj is taking her talents to the big screen. Nicki will lend her voice to 20th Century Fox’s Ice Age: Continental Drift. According to Variety, Minaj has been added to the 3D animated flick’s all-star cast, which includes her Young Money cohort Drake, Jennifer Lopez, Queen Latifah, Ray Ramano, Wanda Sykes, Keke Palmer, and more.
The fourth installment in the Ice Age series hits theaters July 13, 2012.
Jennifer and Aubrey get animated!
Jennifer Lopez and Drake are headed to the big screen. The stars have joined the cast of 20th Century Fox’s Ice Age: Continental Drift, joining a cast that includes Keke Palmer, Jeremy Renner, Aziz Ansari, and Wanda Sykes in the fourth installment of the franchise.
Ice Age: Continental Drift hits theaters July 13, 2012 with Queen Latifah, Ray Romano, Denis Leary, and more reprising their roles from previous films. According to Deadline.com, J.Lo will play Shira, a sabre toothed who catches another tiger’s eye, while Drake will voice a character named Ethan.