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The Vow Is Victorious At The Box Office This Weekend!

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the vow is victorious at the box office

Maybe they should change this movie's name to The Wow, because it did A-MAZING at the box office this weekend!

On Friday, we had mentioned that this weekend could see historic box office numbers, and sure enough - it did.

This weekend featured the BEST box office showing for a non-holiday weekend in February EVER, with overall revenue of $190 million!!!!!

The Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams-starring romantic drama The Vow landed the #1 spot, with $41.7 million!

Second place went to the Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds starring action-thriller Safe House, which brought in $39.3 million.

3rd and 4th place went to Journey 2: The Mysterious Island and the 3D re-release of Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace with $27.6 mil and $23 million respectively.

Should be exciting to see if box office numbers are able to hold up with next weekend's release of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, and the mid-week release of This Means War!

What did U see this weekend???

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3 comments to “The Vow Is Victorious At The Box Office This Weekend!”



  1. 1

    Ugh…who would pay to see this? Frustrated people who want a "fantasy" relationship…I tell you what…make good decisions, take time to acutally get to know one another, be decent to one another and perhaps you can have this type of relationship…Instead of paying money to see some drippy film…Perhaps the hetero divorce rate will go down if you follow those steps….:)



  2. 2

    actually, sanfran1, the movie is based off of a true story.



  3. 3

    Just because it's based on a true story doesn't mean it isn't going to suck. McAdams and Tatum are two of the most bland and shallow actors in Hollywood today. They both have the acting range of a houseplant. This movie will be total crap, but will do well because tons of teenagers will go see it.