This amount broke two further records; the highest-grossing opening day for a live-action comedy and the highest-grossing opening day for an R-rated comedy film, replacing Sex and the City (2008) with $26. 7 million.  According to exit polling, the launch day audience was 51 percent female and 41 percent were aged between 18 and 24.  On May 27, the film took an additional $30. 0 million, dropping only 5 percent from the takings of the previous day and becoming the highest-grossing Friday for a live-action comedy.  The three-day (Friday–Sunday) opening weekend accumulated $85,946,294—an average of $23,923 per theater —becoming the highest-grossing opening weekend for a comedy film, replacing The Simpsons Movie ($74 million), the highest-grossing opening weekend for a live-action comedy, replacing Austin Powers in Goldmember ($73 million), the highest-grossing opening weekend for an R-rated comedy, replacing Sex and the City ($79 million) and the second-highest-grossing opening weekend of all time for an R-rated film, behind The Matrix Reloaded ($91. 7 million).