And Wrath of the Titans showed people are still feeling burned by Clash.
“The brilliant marketing made the movie feel like its appeal was beyond the YA audience that bought the books,” says a rival production exec.
And John Carter is still losing.
Seuss film snags another $40 million while John Carter flounders.
And Wanderlust barely makes a splash.
Sorry, Nicolas Cage.
A record for a regular weekend.
Chronicle and The Woman in Black exceed expectations.
And Groupon boosts One for the Money.
Red Tails did well too.
Beauty and the Beast in 3-D comes in No. 2.
Despite horrible reviews and audience reactions.
Mission Impossible wins the weekend, again.
Nobody bought A Zoo.
Sherlock Holmes wins the weekend, but an IMAX-only Mission outperforms it.
It and 'The Sitter' have weak weekends.
And despite good word of mouth, Hugo drops off.
Hugo and Arthur Christmas are not so lucky.
'Happy Feet Two' comes up surprisingly short.
And J. Edgar underperforms.
Puss in Boots does not.
'In Time' whimpers.
'Three Musketeers' flops.
Nobody cares about 'Footloose' or 'The Thing.'