Neill Blomkamp's dystopic Elysium came out on top of this weekend's crowded box office with a $30.5 million debut. The considerably mellower We Are The Millers took second place, earning $25.7 million in its second week, bringing its cumulative haul to $37.2 million. Kids and their beleaguered parents put the weekend's other big opener, Disney's Cars-like Planes, in third place with earnings of $21 million. The young adult audience proved somewhat less lucrative, with Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters claiming a $14 million fourth place in its second week (the 3-D fantasy has now earned $22.8 million cumulatively.) Finally, last week's winner, 2 Guns' take fell 59 percent, to $11.3 million and fifth place.
Most Watched on Vulture
Most Viewed Stories
Maybe Fergie’s National Anthem Performance Was Actually Good
Queer Eye on Queer Eye: The Case For and Against Antoni Porowski
We Asked a Gynecologist About That Ice-Cream Scene in Fifty Shades Freed
The First Great Movie of the Trump Era
In Conversation: Quincy Jones
Tiffany Haddish Had the Correct Reaction to Being Surprised by Oprah: Uncontrollable Sobbing
Brendan Fraser Claims He Was Groped by the Former President of the HFPA
Does Michael B. Jordan Have to Keep Buying Sweaters Because His Arms Destroy Each One?
Jesse Plemons Loves to Make People Feel Extremely Uncomfortable
This 15-Year-Old Olympian Took the Whole World to the Russian Ballet With Record-breaking Black Swan Skate
Latest News from VultureNashville Recap: Talent Down!
Would Nashville dare end with Avery and Juliette not together?It’s Settled: Sex And The City Actor Jason Lewis Sides With Sarah Jessica Parker
“What a gracious lady. She was always so good to me.”The Queens Of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 Have Been Announced
Drum roll please…RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Recap: Survival Art
We’ve officially reached that fussy stage of getting granular with our remaining queens.Michael B. Jordan Is Defending His Anime Nerd Credentials On Twitter
He would also like you to know that he is a clean six feet tall.Ted Cruz Really Did Not Nail This Simpsons Analogy About Gun Control
If only the Senator from Texas had thought this one through a little bit more.The Blair Witch Project Is Getting a TV Series Adaptation
Lionsgate is developing the horror classic for its new digital platform.2.9 Million People Watched CNN’s Town Hall on Gun Violence
America is very interested in what these student activists have to say.Harvey Weinstein Apologizes to Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep for Using Their Names
Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep condemned the use of their statements as material for Weinstein’s defense team.The Black Panther Press Tour Has Now Gifted Us the Cast Singing K-Ci & JoJo’s ‘All My Life’
Their karaoke dates look fun.
The Netflix sci-fi epic is a melting pot of Blade Runner, The Matrix, and much more.Jennifer Lawrence on Harvey Weinstein: This Is What Predators Do
Weinstein’s lawyers tried to cite Lawrence and Meryl Streep as examples of women who still support him. It did not go over well.8 New Photography Books to Check Out in February
The best just-released and forthcoming new photo collections.Game Night Will Make You Wish Rachel McAdams Still Made Comedies
The Jason Bateman–starring comedy is better than it needs to be, thanks to sharp setups and a few great performances.Joss Whedon Has Left DC’s Batgirl Movie
He says he couldn’t come up with a story.Here’s Every Upcoming Action Movie With a Female Lead
The future is female assassins out for vengeance.Were There Songs Better Than ‘Creep’ on Radiohead’s First Album?
Twenty-five years later, the band’s debut, Pablo Honey, still has plenty to offer.Every Aardman Animations Movie, Ranked
In honor of the studio’s latest film, Early Man, we look back at its groundbreaking animated films, including Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run.Quincy Jones’s Daughters Sat Him Down and Made Him Apologize for ‘Silly Things’ He Said
The music-industry legend’s six daughters gave him a talking to.What to Watch After Black Panther: An Afrofuturism Primer
Black Panther may be the highest-profile Afrofuturist artwork to penetrate the public consciousness, but it doesn’t exist in a vacuum.