Monday March 17, 2014 7:10 pm
Box Office Breakdown: ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman’ Defeat ‘300’ Sequel
Posted by Robin Paulson Categories: 20th Century Fox, Buena Vista, DreamWorks, Disney, Fox Searchlight, Lionsgate, Sony, Universal, Warner Bros, Action, Adaptation, Adventure, Animation, Drama, Family, Independent, Musicals, Period, Religious, Sequels, Comedy, Thrillers, Box Office, New Releases
After having lost out to 300: Rise of An Empire when it debuted last week, animated film Mr. Peabody & Sherman came out on top this past weekend with $21.8 million.
The sequel to 2006's 300 came in second place with $19.1 million while Need for Speed debuted at number three with $17.8 million. Non-Stop fell one spot from number three to number four with $10.6 million, and Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club rounds out the top five with its debut weekend gross of $8 million.
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1. Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Fox, $21,809,249 (avg. $5,520)
2. 300: Rise of An Empire, Warner Bros., $19,201,345 (avg. $5,502)
3. Need for Speed, Disney, $17,844,939 (avg. $5,729)
4. Non-Stop, Universal, $10,615,305 (avg. $3,335)
5. Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club, Lionsgate, $8,075,111 (avg. $4,259)
6. The LEGO Movie, Warners Bros., $7,701,309 (avg. $2,533)
7. Son of God, Fox, $5,528,497 (avg. $1,849)
8. The Grand Budapest Hotel, FoxSearchlight, $3,638,041 (avg. $55,122)
9. Frozen, Disney, $2,147,743 (avg. $1,465)
10. The Monuments Men, Sony, $2,062,783 (avg. $1,294)
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