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Melissa McCarthy Source Gallery > Magazine Scans > PEOPLE JUNE 22ND 2015
Melissa McCarthy notched her first No. 1 box-office debut as a leading lady with the $30 million opening of the espionage comedy “Spy,” leaving the guys of “Entourage” in the dust.
The result added to the string of success of McCarthy and writer-director Paul Feig, who first united on the 2011 hit “Bridesmaids.” While “Spy” fell short of the $39.1 million debut of their 2013 comedy “The Heat,” with Sandra Bullock, and came in a tad lower than some predicted, it was good enough to win a weekend lacking blockbuster punch but crowded with action, horror and the resurrected HBO series.
“It sets the table for a fantastic long run,” said Chris Aronson, head of distribution for 20th Century Fox.
The R-rated, action-heavy “Spy,” made for about $65 million, will depend on word-of-mouth and generally glowing reviews to propel it further in the coming weeks. The film, in which McCarthy plays a desk-bound CIA officer sent into a James Bond-like European caper, has already made $56.5 million overseas.
More gallery updates in the Melissa McCarthy Source Gallery with the scans of Melissa on the cover of EW.
Melissa McCarthy Source Gallery > Scans > EW May 2015
I’ve updated the Melissa McCarthy Source Gallery with some new stills from “Spy Movie”.
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