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'Thor: The Dark World' Bashes Box Office with $86M

Created: 11/11/2013 11:57 AM WDIO.com

Disney's "Thor: The Dark World," earning $86.1 million, dominated the weekend box office as it opened domestically at No. 1, noted studio estimates Sunday.

The Marvel superhero sequel, which earned $109.4 million when it opened internationally last weekend, brought in $180.1 million globally.

Paramount hidden-camera comedy "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa" held the second place slot for the second weekend in a row, earning $11.3 million during its third weekend, with a domestic total reaching more than $78 million.

3-D animated kiddie flick "Free Birds" soared into third place with $11.1 million in its second weekend at the box office.

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