Sunday, April 15, 2012


Still from The Three Stooges
For the fourth straight week Lionsgate's The Hunger Games tops the Box Office with $21.7 million, holding-off a stiff challenge from 20th Century Fox's The Three Stooges, which opens a solid second with $17.1 million from 3,477 theatres. Domestically, the former has now made $335 million domestically.

Meanwhile another Lionsgate release debuts in the Top Three as The Cabin in the Woods opens in third spot with $15.1 million. The Sci-Fi/Horror finally sees a release after several delays due to shifts in administration after the Film originally was to be released by MGM. Reviews are stellar however, with it achieving a rare score of 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.

In its second week, American Reunion slips to fourth spot this weekend after a number two debut. It earns $10.6 million, bringing its tally now to $39 million.

Snow White Family Comedy Mirror Mirror slips to sixth spot with $7.2 million, while Sony Pictures' 21 Jump Street continues to fare respectably, slipping to eight spot in its fifth week with $6.8 million - now earning a cumulative total of $120 million in North America. FilmDistrict's Lockout starring Guy Pearce, opens in ninth spot with $6.4 million from 2,308 theatres.

Former Champion Dr. Seuss' The Lorax rounds out the Top Ten with $3 million in its seventh week of release.