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/ 1 year 42 weeks ago

Evil Dead Tops Box Office With $26 Million

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6674 The Evil Dead reboot topped this weekend's box office coming in at $26 million giving it the 10th best for a horror opener.

It received a C+ for its audience CinemaScore, which is on par for horror films, but doesn't suggest Evil Dead doing much better than $50 million overall.

In its second week, G.I Joe Retaliation came in at #2 with $21 million, tied with the animated movie that stars Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds and Nicholas Cage, The Croods.

Also up at the box office is Jurassic Park 3D which came in at #3 with $18.7 million, landing it between Star Wars: Phanton Menance 3D (22.5 million) and Titanic 3D (17.3 million).

Evil Dead also has a post-credit scene, which you can check out here.

Below you can check out the top 5 estimated box office results for this weekend.

Next weekend sees Scary Movie 5 and 42 debut.

 

BOX OFFICE RESULTS FOR WEEKND OF APRIL 5TH

TWLWTitleStudioWeekendTheatersTotalWeek
1-Evil DeadTriStar Pictures (Sony)
$26,000,000
3,025
$26,000,000
1
21G.I. Joe: RetaliationParamount Pictures
$21,100,000
3,734
$86,663,000
2
32The Croods20th Century Fox, DreamWorks Animation
$21,100,000
3,879
$125,800,200
3
4-Jurassic Park 3DUniversal Pictures
$18,200,000
2,771
$18,200,000
1
54Olympus Has FallenFilmDistrict
$10,042,000
3,059
$71,115,501
3
        

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