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Identity Thief Steals Back The Oscars Weekend Box Office!

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Melissa McCarthy CANNOT be taken down!

Well okay, Bruce Willis and A Good Day To Die Hard knocked her latest comedy, Identity Thief, out of the number one spot during its second weekend playing in theaters, but it's BACK on top for round three, you guys!

Even if the most money the biggest-selling movie made from Friday - Sunday was $14.1 million!

YEESH! We think that's worst the box office has been hit so far in 2013!

And that's even BEFORE mentioning that The Rock's movie Snitch came in SECOND with a gross of $13 million…well before Keri Russell's new release Dark Skies, which came in SIXTH with $8.9 million!

But hey! It's OSCARS weeked!

Who wants to be out and about watching movies in the theaters when all of our favorite actors will be DRESSED TO KILL, together in one room…all of which is available for viewing from the comfort of one's own home!

Better luck next time!

Check out the full box office top ten for this weekend…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

Identity Thief, $14.1 million
Snitch, $13 million
Escape From Planet Earth, $11 million
Safe Haven, $10.6 million
A Good Day to Die Hard, $10 million
Dark Skies, $8.9 million
Silver Linings Playbook, $6.1 million
Warm Bodies, $4.8 million
Side Effects, $3.5 million
Beautiful Creatures, $3.4 million

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2 comments to “Identity Thief Steals Back The Oscars Weekend Box Office!”

  1. MichJB says – reply to this


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    If this is the most popular movie in America it just goes to prove that our country has no taste at all.



  2. 2

    Loved her in Bridesmaids, was thinking about seeing this movie next week, as a widowed senior living on Social Security and a small pension, I really have to pick and choose my movies carefully these days.