I’ve saw a trailer of this upcoming movie called 22 Jump Street is a sequel to the hit film 21 Jump Street that came out in theaters on March 16, 2012.
Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, and Josh Hutcherson‘s smash hit The Hunger Games took the top spot over the weekend at the box office again, bringing in $61.1 million.
Second place went to Wrath of the Titans, which premiered this weekend. The action-adventure film starring Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson brought in $34.2 million.
Lily Collins, Armie Hammer, and Julia Roberts‘ Mirror Mirror came in third place, earning $19 million in its opening weekend.
Fourth place went to Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill‘s comedy 21 Jump Street, which earned $15 million. 5th place went to the animated feature Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, which brought in $8 million this weekend.
- Weekend Box Office – THE HUNGER GAMES Stays Ahead of WRATH OF THE TITANS and MIRROR, MIRROR (collider.com)
- Box Office Roundup: ‘The Hunger Games’ Topples ‘Titans’ (screencrave.com)
- ‘Hunger Games’ Wins Box Office: Earns $61.1M, Bests ‘Wrath Of The Titans’ (news.moviefone.com)
- Hunger Games Beats Titans and Snow White, Makes More Money than Both New Movies (pamil-visions.net)
The Hunger Games, based on Suzanne Collins‘ bestselling novel and starring Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, and Josh Hutcherson took in a whopping $155 million in its opening weekend.
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill‘s comedy 21 Jump Street took second place, bringing in $21.3 million this weekend.
Third place went to Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, which features the voices of Taylor Swift and Zac Efron. The animated movie brought in $13.1 million this weekend.
Fourth place went to Taylor Kitsch‘s John Carter, which earned just over $5 million. Act of Valor came in 5th this week, with $2 million.
- Hunger Games Wins Massive $155 Million Box Office Weekend (inquisitr.com)
- ‘The Hunger Games’ Scores $155 Million At Weekend Box Office (huffingtonpost.com)
- ‘The Hunger Games’ Weekend Box Office: $155 Million (news.moviefone.com)
- Weekend Box Office – THE HUNGER GAMES Hits $155 Million for Third Highest Opening of All Time! (collider.com)
- ‘Hunger Games’ Sets Non-Sequel Revenue Record With $155M Opening Weekend (losangeles.cbslocal.com)
- Box Office Roundup: The Hunger Games is a Record Setter (screencrave.com)
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill‘s comedy 21 Jump Street took the top spot at the box office, raking in $35 million in its opening weekend.
Second place went to Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, which held the top spot for the last two weeks. The animated movie, featuring the voices of Taylor Swift and Zac Efron, took in $25 million this weekend.
Taylor Kitsch‘s John Carter came in third place, bringing in $14.2 million. Project X came in fourth with $4.4 million, and 5th place went to Eddie Murphy‘s A Thousand Words, which brought in $3.9 million.
- Weekend Box Office – 21 JUMP STREET Nabs $35 Million Opening (collider.com)
- Friday Box Office – 21 JUMP STREET Shoots to the Head of the Class (collider.com)
- Box Office Roundup: 21 Jump Street Takes the Crown (screencrave.com)
- ’21 Jump Street’ Ends ‘The Lorax’s’ Run At The Top Of The Box Office (news.moviefone.com)
- ’21 Jump Street’ Leaps To No. 1 With $35M Debut (losangeles.cbslocal.com)
- New Releases: ’21 Jump Street,’ ‘Casa De Mi Padre,’ ‘Jeff, Who Lives At Home’ (news.moviefone.com)
The Denzel Washington-Ryan Reynolds starrer Safe House topped the box office in its second weekend, earning another $24 million.
The thriller is expected to finish the four-day President’s Day holiday weekend with $28.5 million.
The Channing Tatum-Rachel McAdams romantic comedy The Vow raked in another $23.4 million while Nicolas Cage‘s fiery Ghost Rider sequel opens No. 3 with $22 million.
This Means War, starring Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hardy, and Chris Pine, opened No. 5 with $17.6 million.
- ‘Safe House,’ ‘The Vow’ Beat Out New ‘Ghost Rider’ (losangeles.cbslocal.com)
- ‘Vow’ Lands 2012’s Biggest Box Office Opening Weekend Yet (mtv.com)