Just when we thought we couldn't get more excited for X-Men: Days of Future Past, we're finally getting our first bit of bad news from the star-studded superhero flick.
It looks like pretty much everyone from the previous X-Men films is set to return, but the series will be moving along without January Jones, Zoe Kravitz and Alex Gonzalez as the sexy villains from the Hellfire Club.
We’re definitely sad to see Betty Draper Francis go, but there's still WAY too much to be excited about!
For the second week in a row, Oz the Great and Powerful topped the box office this weekend, pulling in $42.2 million and securing it as the year's highest-grossing film so far, with a domestic total of $145 million!
But props also need to go to Halle Berry, whose new movie The Call followed up in the number two spot with $17.1 million, secured the actress her biggest non-X-Men movie opener since Gothika! AND with a reported budget of $15 million, it's already made back its cost…and then some!
Sadly, the exact opposite happened to Steve Carell, whose new comedy Burt Wonderstone secured the actor the worst opening for a comedy he has headlined with only $10.3 million!
But hey! It still came in #3, so that's something!
Check out the full box office top ten for this weekend…AFTER THE JUMP!!!