‘Monsters University’ and ‘White House Down’ are box office leaders

Box Office Leaders

Monsters University G From Disney’s Pixar, Mike and James couldn’t tolerate each other but will learn to overcome their differences.

White House Down PG13 A D.C. cop misses his chance to be a Secret Service agent until the White House is under siege during a tour.

The Heat R A conservative FBI agent who relies on facts partners with a foul-mouthed gut instinct Boston cop to fight a drug cartel.

World War Z PG13 A U.N. employee must race against time to halt a pandemic that will destroy humanity as we know it. Brad Pitt

Man of Steel PG13 A young boy discovers his amazing powers and how they will be used to fight crime and save the planet Earth.

This Is the End R Friends seek refuge in a house during catastrophic events in L.A., but food soon dwindles and nerves get frazzled.

Now You See Me PG13 The world’s greatest illusionists pull off a series of heists from corrupt business leaders a la Robin Hood.

Fast & Furious 6 PG13 Hobbs asks Dom to assemble his drivers to fight a group of mercenaries and earn full pardons for the team.

Star Trek Into Darkness PG13 Kirk takes the Enterprise into a war zone to capture an evil terrorist bent on destruction.

The Purge R A family must survive a night of violence where the government sanctions a 12-hour period of mayhem and murder.

The Internship PG13 Two salesman ruined by the digital age try to jumpstart their careers as not so young interns at Google.

***Also Playing in Theaters***

After Earth, Augustine, Before Midnight, The Bling Ring, Dirty Wars, The East, Epic, Fill the Void (Lemale et ha’hahal), The Final Shift, Frances Ha, The Great Gatsby, The Hangover III, Iron Man 3, The Kings of Summer, Love Is all You Need, Much Ado about Nothing, Mud, The Painting, Pandora’s Promise, Springsteen and I, What Maisie Knew

New in Theaters – July 3

Despicable Me 2 PG The Anti-Villain League recruits ex-villain Gru to find a chemical compound that creates mutant killing machines. Stars: Steve Carell, Steve Coogan, Kristen Wiig, Benjamin Bratt

The Lone Ranger PG13 The infamous masked man, The Lone Ranger, and trusty Tonto fight greed and corruption in the Old West. Stars: Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, Tom Wilkinson, Helena Bonham Carter

Also Playing: The Way, Way Back – Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain – Hammer of the Gods – Stuck in Love – Just Like a Woman

New in Theaters – July 9

Admission PG13 A university admissions officer discovers her latest applicant may be the son she gave up for adoption.

The Host PG13 An unseen force threatens to take over the population by invading their bodies and erasing all memories.

Tyler Perry’s Temptation PG13 A marriage counselor crosses the emotional line with a client and places herself in danger.

Spring Breakers R Four girlfriends hold up a restaurant to finance their spring break and discover the underbelly of crime.

Foreign, Classics, Documentaries, and more

The Gatekeepers, Boy, Dead Man Down, Tyler Perry’s the Haves and Have-Nots, Hands of the Ripper, Trek Nation, Mindless Behavior: All Around the World, Would You Rather, Street Trash, Vixens of Kung Fu, Oriental Blue, For Richer or Poorer, Crazy Kind of Love, The Power of Few, The Tower, Dark Side of Genius, Jeffrey, The Expelled, Nurse Diary: Wicked Finger, My Best Enemy, Assassins Tale, William & Kate: A Royal Life, Punk Vacation, Visible Scars, Killing Twice, Open 27/7, Follow the River, Shun Li and the Poet, Louise’s Diary 1942, Nightjohn, Combat Girls.

Animation: The Legend of Korra-Book One: Air, TMNT: Enter Shredder, Robot Chicken: DC Comics Special, A Turtle’s Tale 2: Sammy’s Escape from Paradise, Ben 10 Omniverse-Heroes Rise 2.

TV Series on DVD: Warehouse 13 s4, Bonanza s6, How the West Was Won s1, Unforgettable s1, Quincy, M.E. s6, Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1999, Dynasty s7, Portlandia s3, Gator Boys s1, Finding Bigfoot vol. 2.

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