Wrath of the Titans, Liam Neeson
The Hunger Games kept the weekend's two new releases wanting more.
Last weekend's No. 1 film grossed an estimated $61.1 million in its second week of release, according to Box Office Mojo. The Hunger Games is now the first non-sequel movie to reach...
Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Lenny Kravitz
The Hunger Games was, fittingly, on fire at the box office, becoming the third-biggest box office opening of all time and the largest opening ever for a non-sequel.
The action film, based on the best-selling novel of the same name and starring Jennifer Lawrence, grossed an estimated $155 million, according to Box Office Mojo. That opening ranks behind only the...
21 Jump Street
21 Jump Street arrested audiences over the weekend, taking the top spot at the weekend box office.
The remake of the '80s TV show, now starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, grossed an estimated $35 million in its first weekend of release, according to Box Office Mojo.
The Lorax clobbers John Carter at the box office
The Lorax followed at No. 2, taking in another $22.8 million. After a disappointing start, John Carter fell again to...
John Carter failed to slay The Lorax in its opening weekend at the box office.
The sci-fi film, starring Friday Night Lights alum Taylor Kitsch, grossed an estimated $30.6 million to come in second, according to Box Office Mojo. Meanwhile, The Lorax nabbed another $39.1 million to stay at No. 1.
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax has 2012's biggest box office opening
Project X ranked third, with...
The Lorax broke multiple records out of the gate, becoming the biggest box office opening of 2012, and the third biggest March opening ever, Box Office Mojo reports.
The animated Dr. Seuss film, featuring the voices of...
Act of Valor
War film Act of Valor took home the top spot at this weekend's box office, grossing $24.7 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
The movie, which stars mostly real active-duty Navy SEALs, edged out Tyler Perry's Good Deeds, both of which opened this weekend. Perry's film came in at No. 2 with an even $16 million.