WALL-E: Quirky robot tops box office

Latest Pixar offering cleans up with more than $60 million in weekend ticket sales.
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The animated sci-fi comedy about a loveable anthropomorphic trash compactor has been the top weekend draw at cinemas in the US.

According to box office tracker, Exhibitor Relations, Pixar's latest creation took $62.5 million in ticket sales.

In fourth place Kung Fu Panda, the animated adventure of a panda forced to become a martial arts master, took $11.7 million. The Incredible Hulk followed in fifth place with just over $9 million in ticket sales.

(Source: AFP)

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