Following are the top 10 movies at the North American box office for the three-day weekend beginning on July 1, led by the new release Transformers: Dark of the Moon, according to studio estimates compiled on Sunday by Reuters.

 1 (*)  Transformers: Dark of the Moon. $ 97.4 million

 2 (1)  Cars 2 ......... $ 25.1 million

 3 (2)  Bad Teacher .... $ 14.1 million

 4 (*)  Larry Crowne ... $ 13.0 million

 5 (*)  Monte Carlo .... mce_markernbsp; 7.6 million

 6 (4)  Super 8 ........ mce_markernbsp; 7.5 million

 7 (3)  Green Lantern .. mce_markernbsp; 6.3 million

 8 (5)  Mr. Popper's Penguins ......... mce_markernbsp; 5.1 million

 9 (8)  Bridesmaids .... mce_markernbsp; 3.5 million

10 (10) Midnight in Paris.............. mce_markernbsp; 3.4 million

 NOTES: Last weekend's rankings in parenthesis; (*) = new

release.

 CUMULATIVE TOTALS:

 Transformers: Dark of the Moon ....... $ 162.1 million

 Bridesmaids ........... $ 153.0 million

 Cars 2 ................ $ 116.0 million

 Super 8 ............... $ 108.0 million

 Green Lantern ......... $ 102.0 million

 Bad Teacher ........... mce_markernbsp; 59.5 million

 Mr. Popper's Penguins . mce_markernbsp; 50.1 million

 Midnight in Paris ..... mce_markernbsp; 33.6 million

 Larry Crowne .......... mce_markernbsp; 13.0 million

 Monte Carlo ........... mce_markernbsp;  7.6 million

 Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Super 8 were distributed by Paramount Pictures, a unit of Viacom Inc (VIAb.N).

 Cars 2 and was released by Walt Disney Co (DIS.N).

Bad Teacher was released by Columbia Pictures, Midnight in Paris by Sony Pictures Classics, both units of Sony Corp (6758.T) (SNE.N).

 Larry Crowne and Bridesmaids were released by Universal Pictures, a unit of NBC Universal, which is controlled by Comcast Corp (CMCSA.O)

 Monte Carlo and Mr. Popper's Penguins were released by 20th Century Fox, a unit of News Corp (NWSA.O).

 Green Lantern was released by Warner Bros. Pictures, a unit of Time Warner Inc (TWX.N).