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Box Office Report- February 21-23

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Box Office Report: February 21-23

Two new movies opened this weekend: 3 Days to Kill and Pompeii

  1. The LEGO Movie- Made $31.5 million, bringing its total gross to $183.2 million. Warner Bros. spent $60 million to make the movie.
  2. 3 Days to Kill- Kevin Costner’s new film had a lukewarm reception at the box office and with critics. It grossed $12.3 million and it cost Relativity Media $28 million to make. It holds a 27% on Rotten Tomatoes and according to the website it “uneasily mixes technically accomplished action sequences with an underdeveloped family conflict.” On Metacritic it holds a 40.
  3. Pompeii- Paul W.S. Anderson’s latest feature also did not fair well at the box office or with critics. It made $10 million and cost TriStar $100 million to make. It holds a 28% on Rotten Tomatoes and according to the website it “lacks the energy and storytelling heft to amount to more than a guilty pleasure.” On Metacritic it holds a 41.
  4. RoboCop- Made $9.4 million, bringing its total gross to $43.6 million. Sony spent $100 million to make the movie.
  5. The Monuments Men- Made $8.1 million, bringing its total gross to $58.1 million. Sony spent $70 million to make the movie.
  6. About Last Night- Made $7.4 million, bringing its total gross to $38.1 million. Screen Gems spent $12.5 million to make the movie.
  7. Ride Along- Made $4.7 million, bringing its total gross to $123.2 million. Universal spent $25 million.
  8. Frozen- Made $4.4 million, bringing its total gross to $384.1 million. Disney spent $150 million.
  9. Endless Love- Made $4.3 million, bringing its total gross to $20.1 million. Universal spent $20 million.
  10. Winter’s Tale- Made $2.1 million, bringing its total gross to $11.2 million. Warner Bros. spent $60 million.

Did you go to the movies this weekend? What did you see? Let us know in the comments.

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Ryan Laskodi
Ryan Laskodi

Ryan Laskodi is an award-winning journalist, freelance writer, editor, media critic and social media expert based out of Southern California. He is a graduate of California State University, Fullerton where he majored in communications. Currently he is the editor-in-chief for the Geek Juice News section at Geek Juice Media. He is also the editor and social media director, as well as a content writer, for Hidden Horrors You Must See, a horror media blog started by his friend James Coker. He is grateful to be a part of the Geek Juice family.

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