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'Jackass 3D' Tops Box Office with $50 Million

'Jackass 3D' Tops Box Office with $50 Million

Jackass 3D easily took the top spot at this weekend’s box office, bringing in $50 million in ticket sales!

Taking the second place spot with $22.5 million was Helen Mirren and Bruce WillisRed, followed by The Social Network in third place with $11 million.

Rounding out the top five were Secretariat with $9.5 million and Life As We Know It with $9.2 million.

WHAT MOVIE DID YOU SEE this weekend?

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# 1

Lots of idiots out there! “Red” was a MUCH BETTER film by far.

# 2
50 drama @ 10/17/2010 at 2:55 pm

Goes to show you what people want to see…something funny…and that he still has a lot of fans out there…!!!! Can’t believe seeing him
with his new baby feeding him a bottle..

Red is for the retired old people… too bad Betty White was not in that
one too..!!!!

# 3

Red is an awesome film, it might be about retired people, but it’s far from old. Jackass 3D must’ve been quite the show though.

# 4
Glamourous @ 10/17/2010 at 3:23 pm

I’m glad that one film of quality made it to the second spot.
More and more, there has been a divide in the quality of entertainment. There’s the real crap – like Jackass, and the better quality fare – like Red. Hopefully, intelligence wins over the “do anything for attention” drivel H’wood is pumping out. Seriously, a movie about a web-site. Please. Who cares? Not me.

# 5


OH PLEASE!!! “Red”, is a quality film? This was a paycheck film for these actors; nothing else. The ironic thing here is one film is overrated and one is underrated and yet the underrated film is actually number one at the box office. Jackass, regardless what YOU think, at least speaks to and for a part of our culture. Your so-called quality film is yet another cookie cutter version of corporate film making. Don’t believe me? Check out Rotten Tomatoes.

# 6

Jackass was ok, it had a few funny moments. The 3d like all 3d sucked and was useless. Red was entertaining but far from what should be considered a quality film.

# 7

wow $50 million??! Didnt think it would make even half that much

# 8

After having seen the film last night, I’ve come to the conclusion that it was by far the funniest movie of the year. If you’re trash talking this film, then you either haven’t taken the time to go see it, or you’re so straight-laced that you wouldn’t allow yourself to enjoy it. Oh, btw.. Am I the only one who thinks Johnny Knoxville got incredibly hot? Weird… Haha.

# 9


No, you are not the only one who thinks JK is hot.. i always found his style, persona,& look attractive in an unconventional way. We also looked at eachother for a few seconds and i almost lost it. :)

I saw Red today, and it was very entertaining. I’m not old or retired so I guess it’s not just for old, retired people after all. It was just meant to be a fun romp, and it definitely lived up to that. If you were expecting something more from an action-comedy, then of course you might be disappointed. It was a great cast, and had some hilariously funny moments from John Malkovich.

@N.: Don’t forget Mary-Louise Parker and Helen Mirren! I believe it’s exactly the opposite: the film is about retired people, but the humor is for the mature, yet somewhat younger group. Jackass 3D must’ve been quite the hit though

I saw The Town TWICE this weekend and it was incredible. When previews of Matt Damon’s Hereafter played – people LAUGHED out loud (in case you don’t know, it’s not a comedy – it’s just that bad).

Not surprising though. Johnny Knoxville’s hilarious. I saw Life As We Know It, and despite previews it’s not a comedy, there are some parts in it that will literally have you bawling your eyes out. Josh Duhamel does a great job, but it’s not a comedy, it’s more a drama. It was a good movie though. I still refuse to go see The Social Network, I’m not part of the facebook world, and I don’t intend to be either.

$50 million in ticket sales! wow !! This is perfect job for Steve O and Johnny … dangerous but worth it

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