PREDICTED WEEKEND BOX OFFICE

1The Expendables
2Piranha 3D
3Eat, Pray, Love
4Nanny McPhee Returns
5Vampires Suck
6The Other Guys
7Lottery Ticket
8The Switch
9Inception
10Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World

As predicted last week, after only one week on top of the box office charts the buddy-cop comedy The Other Guys was knocked out of the number one spot by the testosterone-filled action movie The Expendables. But with five new films entering the charts this week including the remake of the classic horror film Piranha 3D, the family film Nanny McPhee Returns, and the comedies Lottery Ticket, Vampires Suck and The Switch, it looks like Stallone and company will have their hands full defending their number one position.

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Predicted to retain the number one spot for a second week in a row is the action-packed film, The Expendables from writer/director and star Sylvester Stallone. Besides Stallone, the film stars an array of the toughest action heroes from several different decades including Jason Statham, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren, Eric Roberts, Randy Couture, Steve Austin, Terry Crews, Oscar nominee Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Last week the film opened on 3,270 screens and earned about $10,650 on each. The film scored an opening weekend total of $34.8 million, earning back a little less than half of it's purported $82 million production budget. The film is predicted to earn an additional $18.3 million this weekend.

Predicted to debut at number two this week is Piranha 3D, the remake of the classic John Sayles written, Joe Dante directed horror film from the '1970s. The film stars Adam Scott, Elisabeth Shue, Ving Rhames, Jerry O'Connell, Christopher Lloyd and Richard Dreyfuss. Currently the film has an average rating of a 3.2 on our site. Out of the 16 people who have rated the film only 7 have given it five stars while the trailer for the movie has had over 25,000 views. Here is what one of our readers had to say about the new film: "I can't wait until this comes out, I think it's going to be great." The film is predicted to earn $16.7 million this weekend in its debut.

Predicted to fall back one place from last week to number three is Eat, Pray, Love directed by Ryan Murphy (Glee) and based on the internationally popular novel by author Elizabeth Gilbert. The film stars Oscar winners Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem, as well as Oscar nominee Richard Jenkins, Golden Globe winner James Franco and Billy Crudup. Last weekend the film opened on 3,082 screens and earned about $7,497 on each for an opening weekend total of $23.1 million. The film is predicted to earn an additional $14.5 million this weekend bringing it closer to earning back its $60 million production budget.

Predicted to debut at number four this week is Nanny McPhee Returns, the sequel to the 2005 hit family film written and starring Emma Thompson. The follow-up features an all-star cast of actors including Maggie Gyllenhaal, Maggie Smith, Ralph Fiennes, Rhys Ifans and Ewan McGregor. Currently the film has an average rating of 3.9 on our site. Out of the 9 people who have rated the film only 4 have given it five stars while the trailer for the movie has had less than 2,000 views. The film is predicted to earn $10.2 million this weekend in its debut.

Predicted to round off the top five this week is the vampire spoof-film Vampires Suck starring Ken Jeong, Matt Lanter, Anneliese van der Pol and Charlie Weber. Currently the film has an average rating of a 2.9 on our site. Out of the 17 people who have rated the film only 7 have given it five stars while the trailer for the movie has had lover 30,000 views. Here is what one of our readers had to say about the new film: "Vampires Suck is almost as bad as the Twilight franchise." The film is predicted to earn $9.8 million this weekend in its debut.

The rest of the top ten films at the box office this weekend are predicted to look like this:

Predicted to fall three places from last week to number six this week is the buddy-cop action/comedy film The Other Guys. The films stars Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Samuel L. Jackson, Dwayne Johnson, Michael Keaton and Eva Mendes. Last week the film opened on 3,651 screens and earned about $9,751 on each for an opening weekend total of $35.6 million. Now in just its first five days of release the film has earned around $45 million and is predicted to earn another $18.3 million this weekend, which should put it extremely close to making back its entire $85 million production budget. Lat week the film dropped 51.1% from the previous week but still managed to earn roughly $4,768 in each of its 3,651 theaters for a weekend total of $17.4 million. Now in just two weeks the film has earned $69.9 million, which puts it close to making back its entire $100 million production budget.

Predicted to debut at number seven this week is Lottery Ticket, a new comedy starring Bow Wow, Brandon T. Jackson, Naturi Naughton, Keith David, Terry Crews, Mike Epps and Ice Cube. Currently the film has an average rating of a 3.3 on our site. Out of the 8 people who have rated the film only 3 hav3 given it five stars while the trailer for the movie has had less than 5,000 views. The film is predicted to earn a disappointing $8.4 million this weekend in its debut.

Predicted to debut at number eight this week is the baby comedy The Switch starring Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, Patrick Wilson, Juliette Lewis and Jeff Goldblum. Currently the film has an average rating of a 3.5 on our site. Only one person has rated the film and only gave it three stars while the trailer for the movie has had less than 5,000 views. Here is what one of our readers had to say about the film: "A formula romantic-comedy but with some sharp dialogue." The film is predicted to also earn a disappointing $7.7 million this weekend in its debut.

Predicted to fall five places from last week to number nine is Inception, the extremely popular sci-fi action thriller from director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight). The film stars an incredible cast of actors including Oscar nominees Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page and Ken Watanabe, Oscar winners Marion Cotillard and Michael Caine, as well as Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, and Lukas Haas. While the film dropped 39.0% last week from the previous week and was seen on 298 less screens, it still managed to earn roughly $3,617 in each of its 3,120 theaters for a weekend total of $11.2 million. Now in just five weeks the film has earned $248 million, which surpasses its purported $160 million production budget. The film is predicted to earn an additional $7.1 million this weekend.

Finally, falling a drastic five places from last week to number ten this week is the critically acclaimed but financially disappointing new film, Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World from Hot Fuzz director Edgar Wright based on the popular series of comic books from author Bryan Lee O'Malley. The film stars a who's who of popular young actors including Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin, Chris Evans, Anna Kendrick, Brandon Routh, Alison Pill, Satya Bhabha, Ellen Wong and Jason Schwartzman. Last weekend the film opened on 2,818 screens and earned about $3,765 on each for a somewhat disappointing opening weekend total of $10.6 million. The film is predicted to add an additional $5.6 million this weekend, which will still be far off from recouping its initial $60 million production budget. Be sure to check out Box Office Beat Down this Sunday to see who is crowned the King of the box office this week and check back here next week for more box office predictions!