Oscar nominee Zero Dark Thirty opened wider across the U.S. and took the top spot at the box-office this weekend with $24 million in ticket sales.
Audiences were ready to explore Middle Earth once again, though the Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey didn’t do nearly as well as many analysts predicted. Some in Hollywood thought the first in a trilogy of films based on the fantasy novel would take in $100 million in its first weekend. Instead An Unexpected Journey took in $84.7 million.
Movie audiences were in the mood for a bit of action this weekend. For the second week in a row, the action movie The Expendables 2 led the box office with $13.5 million. The Bourne Legacy took second with $9.3 million, followed by the animated ParaNorman with $8.5 million. The Will Ferrell political comedy The Campaign [...]
The reboot of the Bourne franchise got off to a good start this weekend with The Bourne Legacy taking in $40.3 million to win the weekend box-office. The film ended the three-week run at the top by The Dark Knight Rises. The super hero epic took third place with $19.5 million. The movie should pass [...]