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Battle: Los Angeles Wins The Box Office Battle

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Moviegoers were desperate for some sci-fi action this weekend.

Battle: Los Angeles topped the box office with $36 million, which is a strong opening for the Warner Bros. film.

Last week's #1 movie Rango moved down to the number two spot and made an additional $23.1 million, earning a total of $68.7 million for two weekends.

Amanda Seyfried's Red Riding Hood didn't do well, coming in number three with $14.1 million - well behind the film's expectations.

Guess Twi-Hards didn't come out to support Twilight director Catherine Hardwick.

Whomp whomp!

The Adjustment Bureau moved down to fourth place with $11.5 million, making the cumulative total to $38.5 million.

The biggest disappointment of the weekend was Disney's Mars Need Moms, which rounded out the top five. The movie only grossed $6.8 million in its opening weekend, however it cost $150 million to produce.

Ouch! That's a huge loss!

We haven't seen a Disney animated film do THIS bad. Yikes.

So…what did U see this weekend??

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6 comments to “Battle: Los Angeles Wins The Box Office Battle”



  1. 1

    recently i saw adjustment bureau and hall pass hall pass was so funny and i really liked adjustment bureau but thought it could of been a bit more action less running around

  2. l-bee says – reply to this


    2

    columbia pictures, not warner bros



  3. 3

    so sad :(



  4. 4

    It had to be better than Riding Hood.



  5. 5

    Saw it. Just okay, and barely that. The action sequences - all shot with a shaky-cam - became tedious in a hurry. Message to Hollywood: There cannot be a great movie without a great script. Story matters! When are you imbeciles going to get it?



  6. 6

    I saw Battle:LA yesterday and it is definitely NOT a sci-fi movie. It is a war movie and the enemy happens to be aliens. It was also like a 2 hour long ad for the marines. They should have marketed it more as a war/battle movie and less as a sci-fi alien movie. Not enough aliens… All is all it wasn't toooo bad, though. Aaron Eckhart was okay.