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Weekend B.O. (April 13-15)

Weekend B.O. (April 13-15)

The Stooges couldn’t do it. The Cabin in the Woods couldn’t do it. They couldn’t knock The Hunger Games from its No. 1 position the fourth week in a row. Though, as I did last week, I still predict that Think Like A Man, when it comes out this next weekend, will do it. Any takers?

And Woman Thou Art Loosed: On The 7th Day opened to $650,000 at 102 screens. Just where did the film open? Not around here. Did anyone see it can tell us what you thought of it?

1) The Hunger Games LGF $21,500,000 Total: $337,070,000
2) The Three Stooges Fox $17,100,000
3) The Cabin in the Woods LGF $14,850,000
4) Titanic 3D Par. $11,625,000 Total:$44,419,00
5) American Reunion Uni. $10,700,000 Total:$39,900,000
6) Mirror Mirror Rela. $7,000,000 Total: $49,468,000
7) Wrath of the Titans WB $6,905,000 Total: $71,251,000
8) 21 Jump Street Sony $6,800,000 Total: $120,565,000
9) Lockout FD $6,250,000 
10) Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Uni. $3,020,000 Total: $204,483,000 
11) The Raid: Redemption SPC $1,003,000 Total: $2,568,000 
12) Salmon Fishing in the Yemen CBS $911,000 Total: $6,087,000 

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Just to see the Prometheus trailer was worth the price of The Hunger Games. And… Prometheus has to be the prequel to Alien. The characters in Prometheus explore the exact same alien ship.

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