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'The Hunger Games' Stands Strong At #1 In Weekend Box Office Report

Weekend Box Office Round-upIt’s another big weekend for Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games.  The film stood strong at # 1 domestically and nearly internationally despite two new big films coming out against it.

Fans seemed not to worry about the Wrath Of The Titans; while it did come in the second spot, the film failed to come close to the original’s grosses.

Mirror Mirror didn’t fair as well as Relativity Media anticipated. Despite the B+ CinemaScore, critics gave it a mild score.

And there is just no hope for Disney’s John Carter with its dismal numbers. Disney will take a major blow for this $200 million dollar flop. Now starting it’s 5th week, the film will be lucky if it reaches $70 million domestically, and in some theaters ticket prices are at a discounted price to lure in audience members.

Below is a complete list of this weekends box office.

Weekend Box Office 

March 30, 2012 – April 1, 2012 

Title Studio Weekend Theaters Total Week
The Hunger Games Lionsgate
$61,100,000
4,137
$251,033,000
2
Wrath of the Titans Warner Bros. Pictures
$34,200,000
3,545
$34,200,000
1
Mirror Mirror Relativity Media
$19,000,000
3,603
$19,000,000
1
21 Jump Street Columbia Pictures (Sony)
$15,000,000
3,148
$93,100,000
3
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Universal Pictures
$8,000,000
3,264
$189,600,000
5
John Carter Walt Disney Pictures
$2,005,000
2,397
$66,210,000
4
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen CBS Films
$1,274,000
483
$3,171,000
4
Act of Valor Relativity Media
$1,006,000
1,239
$67,750,000
6
A Thousand Words Paramount Pictures
$915,000
1,007
$16,520,000
4
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island New Line Cinema (Warner Bros. Pictures)
$835,000
908
$98,480,000
8
Project X Warner Bros. Pictures
$825,000
903
$53,372,000
5
October Baby Samuel Goldwyn Films
$779,000
387
$2,902,000
2

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