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"Star Trek: Into Darkness" has warped its way to a $70.6 million domestic launch from Friday to Sunday, though it's not setting any light-speed records with a debut that's lower than the studio's expectations.
The surprise hit in Chinese theaters last year was a low-budget, wacky road-trip comedy that even beat out global blockbuster "Avatar" to become the country's highest-grossing film ever. But "Lost in Thailand" found just a paltry $57,000 during its U.S. theatrical release.
The surprise hit in Chinese theaters last year was a low-budget, wacky road-trip comedy that even beat out global blockbuster "Avatar" to become the country's highest-grossing film ever. But "Lost in Thailand" disappeared overseas.
"Oz the Great and Powerful" continued to live up to its name, leading the weekend box office for the second week with $46.6 million.
"Oz the Great and Powerful" is living up to its name at the box office.
It was a golden opening for "Oz the Great and the Powerful."
"Oz the Great and the Powerful" clicked with moviegoers.
"Jack the Giant Slayer" climbed to the top of the box office in its first weekend in theaters, but didn't reach any great heights.
It wasn't exactly a mighty victory, but "Jack the Giant Slayer" won the weekend at the box office.
A week after losing the box office title to Bruce Willis, Melissa McCarthy took it back again.
Hollywood's latest films performed tepidly at the box-office on Oscar weekend, with Melissa McCarthy's "Identity Thief" returning to the top spot in its third week of release.
Giant coffee table books, iPod Shuffles, signed letters from directors, even "Lincoln" turkey roasting pans. That's just some of the largesse doled out by the studios to voters for awards presented earlier this season _ each with the potential to influence the outcome of Hollywood's most important awards, Sunday night's Oscars.
Bruce Willis' action sequel "A Good Day to Die Hard" hauled in $28.6 million to lead the box office over the long President's Day weekend.
Bruce Willis remains a die-hard at the box office.
Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy's "Identity Thief" has made off with the weekend box-office title with a $34.6 million debut.