"Think Like a Man" topped the box office for the second consecutive weekend, despite the arrival of four new and diverse films. The ensemble relationship comedy claimed the No. 1 spot yet again, raking in an additional $18 million and raising its overall tally to $60.9 million. "The Five-Year Engagement," a romantic comedy starring Jason Segel and Emily Blunt, was expected to be the most popular movie in theaters this weekend — but instead it grossed a lackluster $11.
For the second week in a row, Think Like a Man won the box office. This time the comedy raked in $18 million, raising its total gross to $60.8 million. Animated flick The Pirates! Band of Misfits followed in second with $11.4 millio... Read Post
“300: Rise of an Empire” fought its way to the top spot at the box office this weekend, opening to $45 million. Read Post
In the weekend before the official start of the summer season, four new releases all debuted to numbers ranging from not awful to genuinely awful. The top film this weekend was once again Think Like a Man -- the ensemble romantic co... Read Post