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Battle at the Box Office

Every week we dive into who won and lost at the weekend box office

Battle at the Box Office 4/22

Being the only new wide release, Oblivion easily took the top spot at the box office and was the best non-sequel opening for Tom Cruise.
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Battle at the Box Office 4/15

The latest sports biopic, 42, took the top spot at the box office this weekend while Scary Movie 5 had the lowest opening for the series and Evil Dead dropped down to fifth.
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Battle at the Box Office 4/8

Despite of, or maybe because of, huge amounts of gore and violence, the new Evil Dead took the top spot at the box office this weekend while Jurassic Park 3D proved that people still love that movie with a strong opening as well.
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Battle at the Box Office 4/1

Supposed to be released last Summer, GI Joe: Retaliation gambled on a 3D conversion and an early spring release and it seems to have paid off with a number one debut almost on par with the original GI Joe movie.
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Battle at the Box Office 3/25

The Croods easily took the top spot away from Oz the Great and Powerful this weekend while Olympus Has Fallen also had a great opening and became the best action opening of the year.
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Battle at the Box Office 3/18

Oz maintained it’s spot at the top of the box office while The Call had a fairly solid debut and Burt Wonderstone bombed despite it’s star power.
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Battle at the Box Office 3/11

Oz the Great and Powerful destroyed the box office this weekend with the best opening of 2013, so far while Dead Man Down gets added to the list of R rated action bombs for this year.
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Battle at the Box Office 3/4

Jack the Giant Slayer was the top movie at the box office this weekend but pretty much every new release was a very weak opener.
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Battle at the Box Office 2/25

Identity Thief reclaimed the top spot at the box office this weekend while A Good Day to Die Hard plummeted to fifth place after winning the box office last weekend.
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Battle at the Box Office 2/18

It appears that most people decided against the traditional Valentine’s Day fare like Safe Haven in favor of the latest John McClane misadventure as A Good Day to Die Hard took the top spot at the box office.
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