Variety is reporting that “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” topped the domestic box office this weekend with sales reaching $56 million from just under 4,000 theaters. It didn’t do quite as well as the first in the Narnia series of films which opened in Dec. 2005 with $65.5 million.
Paramount’s “Iron Man” continued to wow, becoming the first film of the year to cross the $200 million mark at the domestic box office and coming in No. 2 for the frame. Film declined just 39% in its third sesh to an estimated $31.2 million from 4,154. Cume is $222.5 million.