Audiences fell for Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams this weekend, as The Vow won first place at the box office with $41.7 million. The romance just narrowly beat Ryan Reynolds and Denzel Washington's thriller Safe House, which earned $39.3 million. They were followed by another new release, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, with $27.6 million. The 3D rerelease of Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace came in fourth place with $23 million, and last week's box office winner Chronicle rounded out the top five with $12.
Channing Tatum's romancing of Rachel McAdams in The Vow is doing better than even the more optimistic expectations, bringing in $41 million in what is turning out to be the highest-grossing weekend in a long while. (Also, the bigges... Read Post
True love didn't conquer all at the box office over the weekend: Safe House soared to first place with $24 million, edging out former champ The Vow, which earned $23.6 million. Nicolas Cage's Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance made it... Read Post