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FIRST BOX OFFICE: Judd Apatow’s ‘The Five-Year Experiment’ Close For #1 With Holdover ‘Think Like A Man’; ‘Pirates!’ #3

FRIDAY 1:30 PM: I’m still on vacation but can’t ignore four new movies opening in wide release and performing as expected. Universal’s comedy The Five–Year Engagement (2,936 theaters) from Judd Apatow’s banner is looking to compete with Sony/Screen Gems holdover Think Like A Man (2,014 theaters) for No. 1 with between $4M-$5M today and between $12M-$15M weekend. Sony’s Pirates! Band Of Misfits (3,358 theaters) should come in #3 with between $2.
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