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The Weekend Box Office Report: Guess Which Movie Has Stayed Number #1!

by  |  April 2nd, 2012  |  News

The Hunger Games has made it to number #1 in the box office for the second week in a row!

According to: EW

The Hunger Games is currently the number #1 movie in the country. It has elevated such actors and actresses as, Jennifer Lawrence (Devil You Know), and Liam Hemsworth (AWOL), and with the fact The Hunger Games has continued to be the number #1 in the country, and with the fact that, The Hunger Games pulled in $61.1 million. The Hunger Games is number #1 in this weekend’s box office!

The second place winner this week is the weekend opener for the sequel to the classic, Clash Of The Titans called, Wrath Of The Titans! Now with, Wrath Of the Titans having just opened this weekend, it did real nicely having pulled in a solid, $34.2 million in this weekend’s box office!

In 3rd place we got another weekend opener in the movie, Mirror Mirror! Now this movie, which is a retelling of the classic Snow White tale, did pretty nicely what with having pulled in a solid $19 million in this weekends box office.  At number 4 we got the big screen adaption of the TV classic, 21 Jump Street! Now 21 Jump Street has continued do pretty nicely, what with having pulled in another $15 million in this weekends box office!  And in 5th place we have the sure fire classic, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax! Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax pulled in a solid $8 Million in this weekend’s box office!

In summation:

1. The Hunger Games = $61.1 Million

2. Wrath of the Titans = $34.2 Million

3. Mirror Mirror = $19 Million

4. 21 Jump Street = $15 Million

5. Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax = $8 Million

For more information on the #1 in this weekend’s box office, please check out this trailer for, The Hunger Games:

 


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