Not one, but two films overtook "The Hunger Games" to claim the number one and two spots at theaters this weekend.
"Think Like A Man," based on the book by Steve Harvey, brought in more than $30 million this weekend. As of Friday, the film was projected to make upwards of $20 million.
And women love Zac Efron. Fact.
Nicolas Sparks' romance "The Lucky One," performed well above expectations this weekend.
With midnight screenings of The Hunger Games just hours away, box office records are waiting to be shattered. The film, based on the monstrously popular book by Suzanne Collins, is set in the dystopian country of Panem, where a 16-y... Read Post
"The Hunger Games" topped the weekend box office for a second straight week. The Lionsgate sci-fi adventure film took in $61.1 million at the weekend box office according to early numbers from the studio and Hollywood.com. Read Post