Sunday April 29, 2012 7:09 pm
Box Office Breakdown: Think Like a Man Knows How to Stay #1
Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: 20th Century Fox, Buena Vista, Disney, Lionsgate, Sony, Universal, Warner Bros, Action, Adaptation, Adventure, Animation, Biopics, Documentary, Drama, Family, Horror, Mystery, Period, Romance, Satire, Science Fiction, Comedy, Thrillers, Box Office, New Releases
Apparently it pays to Think Like a Man when it comes to this weekend's box office!
The ensemble comedy - adapted from Steve Harvey's book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man - maintained its top position at the box office with $18 million, earning more than the family-friendly The Pirates! Band of Misfits, which debuted at number 2 with $11.4 million. Last week's number 2 film, The Lucky One, fell to number 3 with a close $11.3 million. The big movie of the month, The Hunger Games, dropped even further down to number 4 with $11.2 million while the Judd Apatow-produced comedy The Five-Year Engagement debuted with $11.1 million at number 5.
1. Think Like a Man, ScreenGem, $18,000,000 (avg. $8,933)
2. The Pirates! Band of Misfits, Sony, $11,400,000 (avg. $3,395)
3. The Lucky One, Warner Bros., $11,325,000 (avg. $3,567)
4. The Hunger Games, Lionsgate, $11,250,000 (avg. $3,149)
5. The Five-Year Engagement, Universal (avg. $3,800)
6. Safe (2012), Lionsgate, $7,720,000 (avg. $3,407)
7. The Raven, Relativity, $7,250,000 (avg. $3,291)
8. Chimpanzee, Disney, $5,460,000 (avg. $3,484)
9. The Three Stooges, Fox, $5,400,000 (avg. $1,739)
10. The Cabin in the Woods, Lionsgate, $4,500,000 (avg. $1,705)
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