BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: ‘Immortals’ Wins the Weekend with $32 Million

‘Jack and Jill’ takes second place with $26 million and ‘J. Edgar’ debuts in fifth place with $11.4 million.
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BOX OFFICE BEAT DOWN: ‘Immortals’ Wins the Weekend with $32 Million

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE:

1
$32 millionImmortals
80%
Users
102 reviews
35%
Tomatoes
122 reviews
2
$26 millionJack and Jill
38%
Users
53 reviews
3%
Tomatoes
109 reviews
3
$25.5 millionPuss in Boots
87%
Users
75 reviews
84%
Tomatoes
143 reviews
4
$13.2 millionTower Heist
84%
Users
54 reviews
69%
Tomatoes
189 reviews
5
$11.4 millionJ. Edgar
84%
Users
50 reviews
44%
Tomatoes
226 reviews
7
$4.1 millionIn Time
77%
Users
82 reviews
36%
Tomatoes
155 reviews
8
$3.6 millionParanormal Activity 3
80%
Users
78 reviews
68%
Tomatoes
120 reviews
9
$2.7 millionFootloose
64%
Users
38 reviews
71%
Tomatoes
162 reviews

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  • corey • 4 years ago

    Well the last 20 minutes was ok, but not enough for me to really like the film.

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    • corey • 4 years ago

      Just saw Immortals. I didn't like it at all.

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      • bawnian-dexeus • 4 years ago

        In a matter of days, Immortals will break even and begin making profits

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        • fat-jesus • 4 years ago

          Tower Heist got significantly better reviews than J. Edgar?

          Oh, good Lord.

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          • m2 • 4 years ago

            Well at least that piece of s*** Jack & Jill didn't make #1. And as for J. Edgar I was a bit let down, overall it was just a decent film which for me I'll forget about it once award season comes around and unfortunately that includes Leo's performance that was great but not great great. Sorry.

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            • 2movieguys • 4 years ago

              "Immortals" was ok ...I would give it a C+!!! Not much of a plot...tedious towards the end!

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              • felipe-11 • 4 years ago

                @ChiRep-1 Definitely. Even so, they can bash the film if they want, but DiCaprio's performance is still an Oscar contender.

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                • supernaturalfreak • 4 years ago

                  I can't believe J. Edgar only debuted in fifth. I went to see it and it was a great movie. Maybe there wasn't alot of action in it but it didn't need it. It was telling an intriguing story. Leo's performance was great but I also think that Armie Hammer as Clyde Tolson was amazing as well - not to mention kinda sweet. I really liked the slight love story between J. Edgar and Clyde. It was very interesting. I think Leo should get an Oscar for his performance - and I think Armie Hammer should get an Oscar or at least a nomination for his performance. Don't listen to those cynical reviewer hacks!!! J. Edgar deserves to be seen!!!

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                  • ROFLitschristian • 4 years ago

                    Jack and Jill made $26 mil? Bummer...

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                    • ChiRep-1 • 4 years ago

                      @thedude-abides Agreed, it fell to the subject of "critical hype" meaning critics assumed this was a best picture contender and DiCaprio's performance as Oscar worthy.

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                      • johnnyblazetb82 • 4 years ago

                        Im officialy done with Society, The fact that Jack and Jill made any kind of money proves that consumers litteraly have NO BRAINS. F&%# you Sandler! and Your God forsaken hold on mindless idiots!

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                        • felipe-11 • 4 years ago

                          Really, society? Jack & Jill at #2?

                          I can understand Immortals, Puss in Boots, Tower Heist, but Jack & Jill? You've really disappointed me this time.

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                          • thedude-abides • 4 years ago

                            Visually pleasing with little to no substance whatsoever? I could'a guessed this would be #1.

                            And J. Edgar's 41% I find to be the victim of a hoity toity reviewer base with preconceived expectations of excellence solely because of DiCaprio's performance. 41% is ridiculous. There's no way it's that bad.

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                            • ejk1 • 4 years ago

                              3% just makes me laugh.

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                              • ghostman • 4 years ago

                                Well, we didn't see that coming...hopefully this gives Henry Cavill more star power in anticipating Man of Steel :)

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                                • bawnian-dexeus • 4 years ago

                                  Least the wrong movie didn't make it number 1

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                                  • corey • 4 years ago

                                    Cool. Didn't see either number 1 or 2 this weekend...yet. Seeing Immortals tonight and hoping Jack and Jill pops up online sometime this week.

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                                    • shuabert • 4 years ago

                                      Is Paranormal Activity 3 the most profitable film of all time? It has to be up there.

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