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Box Office Breakdown: Latest ‘Die Hard’ Film Barely Outperforms ‘Identify Thief’

A Good Day to Die Hard

This weekend apparently weren't good enough days for Die Hard.

Though the latest installment in the Bruce Willis-fronted Die Hard series debuted at number one this weekend with $25 million, it barely made more than the runner-up (and last week's number one film) Identity Thief, which took in $23.4 million. The Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough romantic vehicle Safe Haven opened to the number three spot with $21.4 million. The animated film Escape from Planet Earth was also a newcomer this weekend, earning $16 million to secure its place at number four while Warm Bodies slipped three spots to number five with $9 million.

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1. A Good Day to Die Hard, Fox, $25,000,000 (avg. $7,036)
2. Identity Thief, Universal, $23,437,000 (avg. $7,405)
3. Safe Haven, Relativity, $21,430,000 (avg. $6,649)
4. Escape From Planet Earth, The Weinstein Co., $16,066,000 (avg. $4,886)
5. Warm Bodies, Summit, $9,000,000 (avg. $3,107)
6. Beautiful Creatures (2013), Warner Bros., $7,460,000 (avg. $2,529)
7. Side Effects (2013), Open Road Films, $6,307,000 (avg. $2,421)
8. Silver Linings Playbook, The Weinstein Co., $6,088,000 (avg. $2,765)
9. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, Paramount, $3,470,000 (avg. $1,650)
10. Zero Dark Thirty, Sony, $3,100,000 (avg. $2,037)

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