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[UPDATED] Weekend Box Office Split Among New Openers -- Except for 'Dredd', That Is


UPDATE: Numbers now up-to-date and accurate. You did it, End of Watch.

The weekend's box office results are still too close to call this morning, with studio estimates placing new releases End of Watch and House at the End of the Streets in a dead heat at around $13 million. Not far behind is the new Clint Eastwood-Amy Adams baseball drama Trouble with the Curve, which may still alternately scowl and delight its way into first place. Dredd, meanwhile, did not do so hot, and looks unlikely to crack the top five with an estimated $6.3 million--barely half the opening of the Judge Dredd adaptation that came out 17 years ago. Maybe next remake, huh, J.D.?

Here's how things look so far (to be updated later):

1. End of Watch - $13.2 million

2. House at the End of the Street - $12.3 million

3. Trouble with the Curve - $12.1 million

4. Finding Nemo - $9.4 million

5. Resident Evil: Retribution - $6.7 million

Weekend Box Office Results [Box Office Mojo]

  • May 13, 2013
    Your weekend box office: 1. Iron Man 3 - $72.5 million, holding off Baz Luhrmann's new release to remain America's most important literary adaptation. 2. The Great Gatsby - $51 million, a strong debut despite its failing to take out last week's leader. It should hold up reaso... / Continue →
  • May 6, 2013
    Your weekend box office: 1. Iron Man 3 - $175.3 million, making for the second-biggest opening ever behind The Avengers. People love Gwyneth Paltrow movies! 2. Pain and Gain - $7.6 million, once again proving The Rock to be our closest equivalent to a guy in an inhumanly-powe... / Continue →
  • April 29, 2013
    While Iron Man 3 was out making $195 million overseas this weekend, here's what happened in the domestic box office: 1. Pain and Gain - $20 million. It's a weak opening by Michael Bay standards, but lucky for Michael Bay, he doesn't really worry all that much about standards. ... / Continue →
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