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Weekend Box Office

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    One Direction Leads the Long WeekendThe concert movie is beating Lee Daniels’ The Butler.
  2. The Butler Serves Up Second Box Office WinThis weekend’s three new releases were no match for Forest Whitaker and Oprah.
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    The Butler Sweeps the Weekend Box OfficeWith some help from Oprah.
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    Elysium’s Future Captures Present-Day MoviegoersNeill Blomkamp’s District 9 followup earned $30.5 million.
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    2 Guns Shoots to Number One at Weekend Box OfficeThough overall ticket sales were slow.
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    The Wolverine Claws Its Way to the Top of the Weekend Box OfficeThough it did much better abroad.
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    The Conjuring Scares Up $39 Million at Weekend Box OfficeFellow newcomers Red 2 and R.I.P.D. didn’t fare as well.
  8. Despicable Me 2 Tops Weekend Box Office AgainGood work, kids.
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    Despicable Me 2 Is More Than Respectable at Weekend Box Office The movie brought in $81 million while The Lone Ranger flopped.
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    Monsters University Schools Competition From Top of Weekend Box OfficeBut every movie in the top five broke $20 million.
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    Monsters Scare Off Zombies at Weekend Box OfficeMonsters University took the top spot, but World War Z still did better than expected.
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    Man of Steel Swoops Into Weekend Box Office LeadThe less obviously heroic This Is the End came in second place.
  13. The Purge Scares Off The Internship at the Box Office The micro-budget thriller brought in a surprise $34.4 million.
  14. After Earth Is No Match for Fast 6 at Weekend Box OfficeOr for Now You See Me, for that matter.
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    Fast and Furious 6 Races to Top of Record-Breaking Holiday Box OfficeGet ready for the seventh installment.
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    Star Trek Into Darkness Had a Big First WeekendAnd Iron Man 3 is still going strong.
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    Iron Man 3 Greater Than GatsbyAt the weekend box office, at least.
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    Iron Man 3 Crushes Weekend Box OfficeIt wasn’t even close.
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    Pain & Gain Leads Slow Weekend Box OfficeMeanwhile, The Big Wedding bombed.
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    Oblivion Tops Weekend Box Office The Croods are still hanging in there.
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    42 Hits Box Office Home RunAnd last weekend’s top earner, Evil Dead, fell to fifth place.
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    Evil Dead Possesses Weekend Box OfficeG.I. Joe: Retaliation and The Croods tied for second.
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    G.I. Joe Wins Easter Weekend Box OfficeWhile Tyler Perry’s new movie does just okay.
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    The Croods Slouch to Top of Box OfficeWith Olympus Has Fallen in a close second.
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    Oz Still Powerful; Burt Wonderstone Fails to ImpressMeanwhile, Jack the Giant Slayer slinks into fourth place at the box office.
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    Oz’s Great and Powerful Opening WeekendThe movie brought in $80.3 million.
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    Jack the Giant Slayer Is a Giant FlopThis weekend’s box office numbers were generally bad.
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    Identity Thief Regains Box Office LeadAs Die Hard slumps.
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    Die Hard Sequel Blasts Ahead of Identity ThiefWhile Safe Haven and Warm Bodies benefit from Valentine’s Day.
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    Identity Thief Stole the Weekend Box Office That Melissa McCarthy is golden.
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    Warm Bodies Alive at Weekend Box OfficeMeanwhile, Sylvester Stalone’s new thriller opens weak.
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    Movie 43 Tanks at Box OfficeHansel & Gretel didn’t do too well, either.
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    Del Toro’s Mama Thumps Arnold in The Last StandJessica Chastain’s sitting pretty right now.
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    Zero Dark Thirty Wide Release Opens BigWith $24 million.
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    Weekend Box Office: Texas Chainsaw 3D Slashes The HobbitWhile Django Unchained moves up to second place.
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    Django Unchained Outperforms Les Misérables on Opening WeekendMeanwhile The Hobbit hits $200 million.
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    Zero Dark Thirty and Amour Start Strong at Box Office And The Hobbit continues to dominate the big movie field. 
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    The Hobbit Has Largest December Opening in History$223 million worldwide.
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    Skyfall Is Back on Top of the Box OfficeWith Rise of the Guardians coming in second, if you can believe it.
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    Brad Pitt’s New Orleans Mob Movie TanksKilling Them Softly opened with a disappointing $7 million.
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    Thanksgiving Box Office Has Best Weekend EverTwilight in first place again certainly helped.
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    Twilight Remains a Box Office Giant to the Very EndBreaking Dawn — Part 2 won the weekend handsomely.
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    3-D Hit Wreck-It Ralph Knocks One Out, While Flight SoarsIt gets one weekend to shine before Skyfall’s debut.
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    Paranormal Activity 4 Leads Spooky Weekend Box OfficeMeanwhile, Argo stays strong in second place. 
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    Argo Does Well While Seven Psychopaths UnderperformsMeanwhile, last week’s Taken 2 is still at the top of the box office. 
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    Bourne Tops the Weekend Box OfficeBourne’s legacy remains one of success.
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    Dark Knight B.O. Leaked; Moratorium Broken Opening weekend figures for The Dark Knight rises still made it to the press. 
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    There Will be No Box Office Numbers This Weekend Other studios have joined Warner Bros. in a gesture of sympathy toward Colorado’s moviegoing shooting victims. 
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    Five-Year Engagement Doesn’t Prove EngagingNone of this week’s domestic new releases performed particularly well.
  50. The Grey, One for the Money Exceed Box-Office ExpectationsBoth ended up with B- CinemaScores.
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