It was a family affair this weekend.
Zack Snyder's much-hyped, but critically panned film, Sucker Punch, had a weak opening weekend, bringing in a total of $20 million.
Warner Bros. had "spent a fortune pumping it up" since the film was rumored to cost around $100 million to make.
Meanwhile, The Wimpy Kid franchise is proving to be a hit.
The family-friendly sequel, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, took the number one spot at the box office, with $24 million.
The film only cost $21 million to make, which is pretty impressive. In fact, with the film's success, a script for a third Wimpy Kid is already in the works.
Bradley Cooper's Limitless came in third place with $15 million while Matthew McConaughey's The Lincoln Lawyer took the fourth place spot with $10.5 million.
Johnny Depp's animated feature, Rango, was still going strong, staying in the top five with $10 million. The film has made a cumulative $106.5 million so far. Wowsa!
So, what did U see this weekend??
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