As expected, The Expendables 2 remained the box office champ for the second weekend in a row. This was a particularly anemic weekend at the domestic box office, where none of Hollywood’s new releases cracked $10 million.
The Joseph Gordon-Levitt bike thriller Premium Rush was dead on arrival, debuting near the bottom of the Top 10. The biggest box office surprise was the anti-Obama indie documentary 2016: Obama’s America, which only played in a third of the cinemas as Hollywood’s new releases.
Here are the weekend estimates via Rentrak:
- The Expendables 2 $13.5 million
- The Bourne Legacy $9.3 million
- ParaNorman $8.5 million
- The Campaign $7.4 million
- The Dark Knight Rises $7.2 million
- The Odd Life of Timothy Green $7.1 million
- Premium Rush $6.3 million
- 2016: Obama’s America $6.2 million
- Hope Springs $6 million
- Hit and Run $4.7 million
The long delayed horror flick The Apparition debuted in 12th place with $3 million, but it was only playing in 810 locations.
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