5 Apr – "Clash Of The Titans" easily conquered the worldwide box office over Easter weekend as the film topped in the United States and all 15 of its foreign markets including Britain, South Korea and Spain, according to Reuters. Although the film played in more 2D locations, the 3D screenings accounted for just over half of total sales worldwide. The 3-D remake of the 1981 classic also took up US$61.4 million in the United States and Canada, shattering previous Easter opening record of US$40.2 million by "Scary Movie 4" based on early studio estimates.
The film had the best ever weekend opening for Warner Bros. in Singapore, outgrossing all movies with S$3.1 million. Meanwhile, some moviegoers in Malaysia expressed dissatisfaction over the Mandarin subtitles in digital 3D as it was apparently distracting audiences' attention from the movie. Loosely based on Greek Mythology, the film shot to the top of Cinema Online's "Hot Movie Checks" followed by "How To Train Your Dragon", "Evolusi KL Drift 2", "Paiyaa", and "Beauty On Duty".
On another note, GSC Alamanda celebrated its second anniversary over the weekend with month-long promotions. "Evolusi KL Drift 2" was a hot-seller and coincidentally the first movie was the opening title at its official launch two years ago.