The first week of 2013 at the box office went to Leatherface as the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie made $23 million, putting it between the 2003 remake and the 2006 prequel movies. Second place went to Django Unchained with another $20.08 million and it should become Tarantino’s highest grossing movie by next weekend. It has to beat Inglourious Basterds $120 million and it’s currently at $106 million. The Hobbit moved down to third with another $17.5 million and Les Miserables went down to fourth with $16.1 million. Parental Guidance rounded out the top 5 with $10.1 million. Barely making it into tenth place, Matt Damon’s Promised Land expanded wide over the weekend but only made $4.3 million, easily one of Damon’s worst openings.
I’m like the J. Jonah Jameson of Everything Action, writing and editing and constantly demanding pictures of Spider-Man.