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It Was A Very Crood Box Office Weekend…Just Not For Lindsay Lohan!

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Sorry, James Franco!

While Oz The Great and Powerful is still pulling in all kinds of big box office bucks, its reign in the number one spot has come to an end!

But don't worry, your new flick with Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, Spring Breakers, isn't doing too shabby in its opening weekend!

More shabby than two surprise cinematic hits, however:

The animated Croods AND Gerard Butler's Olympus Has Fallen, which came in first and second place in their box office debut, pulled in $44.7 and $30.5 million, respectively!

The aforementioned Breakers, meanwhile, made $5 million playing in about 1,100 theaters, which secured it the #6 spot in the top ten!

Pretty solid, unlike Lindsay Lohan's new disaster of a movie, InAPPropriate Comedy, which co-stars Adrien Brody and Michelle Rodriguez, opened to just 292 theaters yet still only managed to pull in $155,000!

Eek! We bet she's making more on her boozy trip to Brazil this week ALONE!

But enough about her!

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

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Oz Remains Great And Powerful! Highest-Grossing Film Of 2013!

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Finally! An actual, successful movie in 2013!

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!

Nice!

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!

OUCH!

But hey! It still came in #3, so that's something!

Right?

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

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Nicki Minaj Arrives Late To Idol Wearing Shades & Craving Waffles! Watch The HIGHlarity HERE!

Oh El Lay traffic!

Last night, American Idol presented its top ten finalists and at the start of the show, judge Nicki Minaj was nowhere to be found!

When the show went on at 8pm, Ryan Seacrest pointed out how only three of the four judges were seated at the table and made it clear that they were “live and on time.”

After Ryan explained that Nicki was late after getting stuck in traffic on the 405 coming from Malibu, her Minajesty arrived about 13 minutes into the show, missing Curtis Finch, Jr.’s performance!

Once Nicki finally did get seated at the judges’ table, she showed up wearing a black hoodie over her head, along with some shades that covered her eyes… and made no mention of her lateness!!!

We’re hearing that the Starships songstress was eventually asked to take the shades off, to which she said she, “had to check her eyes” first!

Did she not have time to get her eye makeup done or… ??? LOLz!

By the time Kree Harrison hit the stage, Nicki’s on camera antics were in FULL effect, which led Keith Urban to question what was in her cup!

Check out Nicki’s HIGHlarious waffle-making moment (above)!!

Ha! All while Mariah Carey divaliciously looked oh so unamused!!!

Following the judges’ critiques, Ryan uncomfortably asked Nicki what was in her cup and she answered, “syrup!”

Oops! Probably not the best thing to say… ! We’re sure Idol producers sat Minaj down for a little meeting afterwards!

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American Idol Presents Their TOP TEN Contestants!

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One of these hopefuls (above) WILL BE our next American Idol!!

But which one?!

During last night's extended AI episode, half of the 10 semi-finalists kissed their Idol dreams goodbye…

But ten were chosen to continue on in the musical competition!

The first finalist to be called was

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Jack The Box Office Giant Slayer Beat Out All The Competition In Theaters This Weekend!

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Sorry! If you're not an Academy Award nominated film or starring Melissa McCarthy, movie-goers just are NOT interested in watching you this year!

Well, scratch that…sort of!

Although Identity Thief has done so well that after a month of release, it's made $100 million domestically and become 2013's first blockbuster, it was bumped from the number one spot in the weekend box office by none other than Jack the Giant Slayer!

However, even though Bryan Singer's fantasy epic came in on top, it's still considered a financial flop, as it cost nearly $200 million to make and only brought in about $28 million in its premiere weekend!

OUCH!

Of course, it still fared better than The Hangover with college kids 21 and Over, which made $9 million, as well as Ed Harris and David Duchovny's Phantom, which became the 15th worst debut for a film that opened on at least 600 screens!

How bad does that make it?

The submarine thriller was released to 1,100 theaters, yet still only made $465,000!

Again with the OUCH!

In retrospect, we think the team behind Jack should be counting their blessings that they managed to make what they made! It is ROUGH out there!

Ch-ch-check out the full, abysmal box office top ten this weekend….AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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It's A Good Day To Be Bruce Willis! Die Hard Sequel Tops The Weekend Box Office!

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Sounds to us like Bruce Willis has still got it in him!

At least compared to Arnold Schwarzennegger and Sylvester Stallone!

While the latter two's recent movie debuts for The Last Stand and Bullet to the Head have been pretty weak, financially, the iconic action star's latest foray as John McClane in A Good Day To Die Hard, dominated the weekend box office by not only grossing an estimated $25 million between Friday and today, but by making it the third time in the five-film series that an installment has debuted at the #1 spot!

Meanwhile, surely much to the chagrin of critic Rex Reed, Identity Thief held strong in the #2 spot, with $23.4 million, followed closely by the latest Nicholas Spark sap-fest Safe Haven, which came in #3 with $21.5 million!

Sadly, the debut of Beautiful Creatures didn't add much to the world of supernatural romance, as Warm Bodies managed to top it in its debut week, making $9 million compared to the new release's $7.5!

But hey! It's a holiday weekend!

All of this could change by President's Day!

See for yourself which movies made it the top of the box office this weekend…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Identity Thief Steals The Weekend Box Office From Warm Bodies And Side Effects!

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Glad to see that one nasty, completely out-of-line review didn't detract audiences from the GLORY that is Melissa McCarthy!

Hell, even the Snowpocalypse couldn't keep movie-goers away from her!

In fact, despite all of the odds, the actress' new comedy with Jason Bateman, Identity Thief, topped the weekend box by pulling in an estimated $36.6 million…the FIFTH biggest opening ever for a non-sequel R-rated comedy!

Sadly, however, it seems that Blizzard Storm Nemo DID take a bit of a toll on the flick's business, as Universal Studios projected that had it not been for all the snow, it could have surpassed the $40 million mark!

Hey! Whatever!

It still beat out last weekend's #1 film, Warm Bodies AND Channing Tatum's latest collaboration with Steven Soderbergh, Side Effects, which respectively pulled in $11.5 million AND $10 million!

Check out the rest of this weekend's box office top ten…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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