U.S. Box Office Report: May 13, 2007

“Spider-Man 3” takes a heavy drop (over 60% from its first week) but still manages to pull in a whopping $60 million in its second week of release, easily taking the top spot over second place finisher, the zombie horror sequel “28 Weeks Later”, which scared up $10 million in its debut. Lindsay Lohan’s “Georgia Rule” scraped up $5.9, while the teen thriller “Disturbia” remains strong at #4 with $4.8 million. Larry the Cable Guy’s movie career continues to tank with “Delta Farce”, which took in a paltry $3.5 million in its opening weekend. I guess Red Staters were too busy with “Spider-Man 3” to pay off the country comedian.

Here’s the U.S. box office breakdown:

1. “Spider-Man 3,” $60 million.

2. “28 Weeks Later,” $10 million.

3. “Georgia Rule,” $5.9 million.

4. “Disturbia,” $4.8 million.

5. “Delta Farce,” $3.5 million.

6. “Fracture,” $2.9 million.

7. “The Invisible,” $2.2 million.

8. “Hot Fuzz,” $1.7 million.

9. “Next,” $1.604 million.

10. “Meet the Robinsons,” $1.6 million.