Just go with it, a comedy with Jennifer Aniston on the lies of a plastic surgeon, took over this weekend topped the box office in North America, according to the provisional classification of the company Exhibitor Relations reported Sunday .
This movie starring Adam Sandler has also raised $ 31 million for its first weekend of release.
In second place comes a documentary about young star Justin Bieber: never say never. The film shows the young singer during his 2010 tour made its debut with 30 million revenue.
Another novelty, Gnomeo and Juliet, an animated film that transposes the famous love story of Shakespeare in the world of garden gnomes, pocketing 25.5 million in its first weekend and finished third.
The Eagle, British film by Kevin Macdonald in which the young centurion Aquila (Channing Tatum) ventures, the time of the Roman Empire in the lands of the rebellious northern England, took fourth place with 8.5 million .
The Roommate, thriller American university where a student is immersed in the horror arrives on campus when his new roommate, falling from first to fifth place (8.4 million).
The King's Speech, sixth, begins a slight decline after some very good recipes in recent weeks (93.8 million total), earning 7.4 million. The film, a favorite in the race for Oscars, tells the untold story of George VI, father of the present Queen Elizabeth II of England.
The romantic comedy Sex Friends is seventh (5.6 million), ahead Sanctum, an Australian film in 3D, where three divers are trapped in a submerged cave system (5.1 million).
True Grit, the Coen brothers, ended his great run, losing a place. He is ninth with 3.7 million (160 million in eight weeks).
The Green Hornet superhero French director Michel Gondry brings up the rear (3.6 million and 92.3 million since its release).