Which one won the weekend?
How much did it earn? And did it break any records? We have your answers.
Any doubt as to whether Superman remained a viable franchise was squashed over the weekend as Man of Steel dominated.
Star Trek Into Darkness might have won the weekend, but it didn't make a fraction of the money Iron Man 3 put up in its debut weekend. What happened?
For a second consecutive week, Iron Man 3 won the box office. But The Great Gatsby wasn't far behind.
With very little new blood at the box office, Oblivion easily won the weekend. But how much did it earn?
Baseball fans flooded theaters over the weekend, powering the Jackie Robinson biopic 42 to the No. 1 slot on the Top 10 charts.
Despite a strong push by Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park 3D, the remade Evil Dead took the box office … but how much did it earn?
Family movies continue to rule the box office. The Croods has the year's second-best opening, behind only Oz the Great and Powerful.
To no one's real surprise, Oz the Great and Powerful held it's spell over the box office. But the real shock came in the race for second place.
Bryan Singer's fairy-tale adventure Jack the Giant Slayer easily topped the box office competition … but that's also because the competition laid down like sleeping dogs.
Audiences apparently still want to see Bruce Willis killing terrorists as John McClane. A Good Day to Die Hard led the box office, but didn't do quite as well as previously Die Hard movies.
Audiences craving R-rated laughs flocked to Identity Thief, which ripped off the competition, easily won the box office, and possibly established Melissa McCarthy as a bankable star.
Horror and comedy continue to rule the box office. After Hansel and Gretel topped the box, Warm Bodies claims the No. 1 slot with a $20M haul. But how did Sylvester Stallone do? We have all of the information right here.
The weekend frame was relatively weak. How weak? Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters only needed $19M to win the top slot on the box office chart.
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