“Transformers: Dark of the Moon” pulled in $116.4 million from the U.S. at the box office already, defeating its competitors this weekend. The film also gained a victory overseas with $217 million income, apart from the U.S.

The movie, which will be featured in 3D, is the third sequel of Transformers, a famous story of shape-shifting vehicles from outer space that battle for Earth's survival. The film hit the screen in the U.S. and Canada on Tuesday night, soon followed by other countries, and raked in total of nearly $400 million in just four days.

“Larry Crowne” and “Monte Carlo,” the two other new films that opened over the weekend, also tasted success at the box office, but not quite as much as the new Transformers. Larry Crowne,” grossed $15.6 million, and Monte Carlo” collected a similarly modest $8.8 million over the four-day weekend.

Here are the top 10 movies in the U.S. and Canada, based on their four-day grosses. Percentage drops are based on three-day grosses. International grosses are through Sunday only.

1. Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Paramount): Opened to $116.4 million. $217 million overseas in 58 foreign markets. Domestic total: $181.1 million.

2. Cars 2 (Disney/Pixar): $32.1 million on its second weekend, down 60%. $22.1 million overseas. Domestic total: $123 million. International total: $82.2 million.

3. Bad Teacher (Sony): $17.6 million on its second weekend, down 54%. $6.7 million overseas in 25 foreign markets. Domestic total: $63 million. International total: $28.6 million.

4. Larry Crowne (Universal/Vendome): Opened to $15.7 million.

5. Super 8 (Paramount): $9.5 million on its fourth weekend, down 35%. $3.6 million overseas in 30 foreign markets. Domestic total: $110.1 million. International total: $45 million.

6. Monte Carlo (Fox/New Regency): Opened to $8.8 million. $1.3 million overseas in 11 foreign markets.

7. Green Lantern (Warner Bros.): $8 million on its third weekend, down 64%. $1.7 million overseas in 16 foreign markets. Domestic total: $103.7 million. International total: $33.3 million.

8. Mr. Popper's Penguins (Fox/Dune/Ingenious): $6.9 million on its third weekend, down 46%. $5.7 million overseas in 22 foreign markets. Domestic total: $51.9 million. International total: $11.1 million.

9. Bridesmaids (Universal/Relativity): $4.4 million on its eighth weekend, down 32%. $7.2 million overseas in 11 foreign markets. Domestic total: $153.7 million. International total: $34.8 million.

10. Midnight in Paris (Sony Pictures Classics): $4.3 million on its seventh weekend, down 15%. Domestic total: $34.5 million.