PREDICTED WEEKEND BOX OFFICE

1Just Go with It
2Justin Bieber: Never Say Never
3Gnomeo and Juliet
4The Eagle
5The Roommate
6The King's Speech
7No Strings Attached
8Sanctum
9The Green Hornet
10True Grit

Last week, the college-based thriller The Roommate opened at number one, earning $15.6 million in its debut. The film knocked down Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins' new horror movie The Rite in order to take the top spot. But with four new movies hitting the box office this weekend, including the Adam Sandler comedy Just Go with It, the documentary Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, the animated film Gnomeo and Juliet, and the historical drama The Eagle it looks likes its reign will be short lived.

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Predicted to debut at number one this week is the new Adam Sandler (Happy Gilmore) comedy Just Go with It, co-starring Jennifer Aniston (Love Happens). The incredible cast also includes Brooklyn Decker (Battleship), Minka Kelly (The Roommate), Dave Matthews (You Don't Mess with the Zohan), Nick Swardson (Bedtime Stories), Rachel Dratch (Spring Breakdown), Kevin Nealon (Get Smart), and Oscar winner Nicole Kidman (The Hours). Currently, the movie has an average rating of a 2.9 on our site. Out of the five people who have rated the film, only one of them has given it five stars. And the trailer has had over 13,000 views. The movie is predicted to earn about $33.4 million in its opening weekend.

Predicted to debut at number two this week is the new documentary/concert film from teen-musical sensation Justin Bieber. The film is called Justin Bieber: Never Say Never and will give fans an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look into the pop phenomenon's impressive career. Currently the movie has an average rating of a 2.1 on our site. Out of the fourteen people who have rated the film, five of them have given it five stars and the trailer has had over 10,000 views. The movie is predicted to earn about $30.2 million in its opening weekend.

Predicted to debut at number three this week the new CGI animated film Gnomeo and Juliet. The film is based on William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, and features the music of Grammy Award winner Elton John. The film also features the voice talents of James McAvoy (Wanted), Emily Blunt (Charlie Wilson's War), Jason Statham ((The Expendables), and two-time Academy Award winners Michael Caine (The Dark Knight), and Maggie Smith (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince). Currently the movie has an average rating of a 3.5 on our site. Out of the three people who have rated the film, only two of them have given it five stars and the trailer has had over 11,000 views. Here is what our official reviewer had to say about the movie, "Despite featuring somewhat creepy looking characters, the movie is sweet, charming and entertaining for kids. The classic story is one that adults will enjoy following, while Elton John's equally classical music is a great addition to the film." The movie is predicted to earn about $16.7 million in its opening weekend.

Predicted to debut at number four is the new film from The Last King of Scotland director Kevin Macdonald called The Eagle. The film features an all-star cast which includes Channing Tatum (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra), Jamie Bell (Jumper), Mark Strong (Sherlock Holmes), Denis O'Hare (Charlie Wilson's War), and Donald Sutherland (MASH). Currently the movie has an average rating of a 2.8 on our site. Out of the four people who have rated the film, only two of them have given it five stars and the trailer has had over 9,000 views. Here is what our official reviewer had to say about the movie, "An interesting historical drama that attempts contemporary symbolism with its unique casting but eventually falls short of its goal. Channing Tatum is respectable in his role but ultimately is over-shadowed by the other performers in the film." The movie is predicted to earn about $11.3 million in its opening weekend.

Predicted to round off the top five this week and fall a dramatic four places from its debut last week is the new thriller The Roommate. The film stars an excellent cast of young actors and seasoned veterans including, Leighton Meester (Country Strong), Minka Kelly ((500) Days of Summer), Cam Gigandet (Burlesque), and Alyson Michalka (Easy A), with Billy Zane (The Phantom), and Frances Fisher (Titanic). Last week the film made $6,156 on each of its 2,534 screens for an opening weekend total of $15.6 million. Since the film only cost around $16 million to make, it's almost earned back its entire production budget in its opening weekend. The movie is predicted to earn an additional $8.9 million this weekend.

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

Predicted to drop two places from last week to number six is Oscar frontrunner, The King's Speech. The film stars Colin Firth (Bridget Jones's Diary), Helena Bonham Carter (Alice in Wonderland), Guy Pearce (Memento), Geoffrey Rush (Pirates of The Caribbean: The Curse of The Black Pearl), and Michael Gambon (Layer Cake). While the film only went up 24.9% last week from the previous week, it was added in 27 theaters for a total of 2,584. The movie earned $3,216 on each screen for a weekend total of $8.3 million. In over two months of release, the film has now earned a total of $84.1 million at the box office, which is over five times its initial $15 million production budget. The movie is predicted to earn an additional $5.8 million this weekend.

Predicted to fall four spots from last week to number seven is the new romantic comedy from director Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters), called No Strings Attached. The film features an all-star cast that includes Natalie Portman (Black Swan), Ashton Kutcher (Killers), Lake Bell (What Happens in Vegas), Cary Elwes (Saw 3D), and Oscar winner Kevin Kline (A Fish Called Wanda). While the movie fell 37.4% last week from the week before, it earned $2,754 on each of its 3,050 screens for a weekend total of about $8.4 million. In three weeks, of release the film has made $51.7 million which earns back its entire $25 million production budget and then some. The movie is predicted to earn an additional $5.6 million this weekend.

Predicted to slip a drastic six places from last week to number eight is the new underwater 3D action-thriller Sanctum from executive producer James Cameron (Avatar). The film stars actor Richard Roxburgh (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen), as well as Ioan Gruffudd (Fantastic Four), Alice Parkinson (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), and newcomer Rhys Wakefield. Last week the film made $3,310 on each of its 2,787 screens for an opening weekend total of $9.2 million. The movie will have to find a bigger audience in the next few weeks if it hopes to earn back its entire $30 million production budget. The movie is predicted to earn an additional $5.1 million this weekend.

Predicted to drop four places from last week to number nine is the new film from director Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), The Green Hornet, which is based on the classic super-hero TV series from the '60s. The movie stars Seth Rogen (Superbad), Jay Chou, Cameron Diaz (In Her Shoes), Tom Wilkinson (Batman Begins), Edward James Olmos (I'm Still Here) and Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds). While the movie fell 45.5% last week from the week before, it earned $3,033 on each of its 2,011 screens for a weekend total of about $6.1 million. In just over a month of release, the film has made $87.2 million, which is still short of earning back its entire $120 million production budget. The movie is predicted to earn an additional $3.4 million this weekend.

Finally, predicted to fall two spots from last week to number ten is No Country for Old Men directors Joel and Ethan Coen's True Grit, a remake of the classic John Wayne film. The movie features an all-star cast, which includes Oscar winners Jeff Bridges (Crazy Heart) and Matt Damon (Good Will Hunting), Oscar nominee Josh Brolin (Milk), Barry Pepper (Saving Private Ryan), and newcomer Hailee Steinfeld. While the movie dropped 38.3% last week from the week before, it was seen on 218 less screens for a total of 2,902. The film earned $1,599 on each screen for a weekend total of about $4.6 million. In it's first seven weeks of release the movie has now made $154.9 million, which far surpasses its initial $38 million production budget. The movie is predicted to earn an additional $3.3 million this weekend. 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!