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Thursday, April 24th, 2014

21 Jump Street Claims #1 Spot: Weekend Box Office Report

Weekend Box Office Round-up

21 Jump Street opened to a strong first weekend. Friday night, the movie opened at $13M and topped the weekend off at $35M. Considering that most TV remakes are a hit or miss, this is an overall nice take for the first successful comedy of 2012.

Universal Pictures’ animated Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax fell to second place with $22.8 million, with a total gross of $158 million after three weekends.

John Carter’s overseas reception remains considerably kinder than the comparable $13.5 weekend tally and $53.2 million cumulative-to-date meted out in the U.S. and Canada.

Eddie Murphy’s long-delayed comedy A Thousand Words takes the top 5 spot.  This movie seems to have held its own for its second weekend out. Though the film is still considered to be a huge flop, it is only down 39% from its opening weekend.

Weekend Box Office Report 

March 16, 2012 – March 18, 2012 

Title Studio Weekend Theaters Total Week
21 Jump Street Columbia Pictures (Sony)
$35,000,000
3,121
$35,000,000
1
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Universal Pictures
$22,821,300
3,769
$158,400,000
3
John Carter Walt Disney Pictures
$13,515,000
3,749
$53,172,450
2
Project X Warner Bros. Pictures
$4,005,000
2,922
$48,130,900
3
A Thousand Words Paramount Pictures
$3,750,000
1,895
$12,102,800
2
Act of Valor Relativity Media
$3,678,000
2,765
$62,398,400
4
Safe House Universal Pictures
$2,755,200
1,920
$120,248,300
6
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island New Line Cinema (Warner Bros. Pictures)
$2,460,000
1,935
$95,065,700
6
Casa de mi Padre Pantelion Films
$2,200,000
382
$2,200,000
1
This Means War 20th Century Fox
$2,125,000
1,660
$50,524,800
5
Silent House Open Road Films
$2,084,300
2,124
$10,576,000
2
The Vow Screen Gems (Sony)
$2,075,000
2,175
$121,138,250
6

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