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Remember 2007? That year's summer kick-off month of May boasted what may have been the highest profile single month of releases in modern--or any--box office history. Spider-Man 3, Shrek the Third, and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End all followed such massive blockbuster predecessors that, despite none of them quite reaching box office expectations, they still combined for a multiple record-setting May.
The years since have seen their fair share of big movies in May, but none equal to what is now lovingly referred among the box office community as 2007's "The Big Three".
2013 is getting ready to deliver a very packed May itself, though. The month's four biggest releases represent follow-up flicks whose predecessors each took in at least $200 million domestically. Two of them stood out with great-to-excellent word of mouth (Star Trek and Fast Five) while the other two were generally regarded as hits that didn't live up to the hype (Iron Man 2 and The Hangover Part II)...