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'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' Tops Box Office Again

'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' Tops Box Office Again

Rise of the Planet of the Apes, starring James Franco and Freida Pinto, stayed at the top of the box office this weekend!

The action flick, which took the top spot last week, earned $27.5 million, bringing its domestic gross total to $105 million.

Emma Stone and Viola DavisThe Help came in second with $25.5 million, for a five day total of $35.4 million.

Third place went to Final Destination 5 with $18.4 million, followed by The Smurfs ($13.5 million), and 30 Minutes or Less ($13 million).

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14 Responses to “'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' Tops Box Office Again”

  1. 1
    Nicole Pedersen Says:

    But if 30 Minutes or Less did not live up to expectations, what can I say about Fox’s Glee The 3D Concert Movie? Go ahead, look for it on the top ten chart. You won’t find it. That’s because the big screen version of the annoyingly-popular TV show earned only $5.7 million from its 2,040 locations: enough only for a number eleven finish. What happened to that Gleek army I keep hearing about? Two years ago another 3D concert movie – Jonas Bothers: The 3D Concert Experience – was considered a disappointment when it earned $12.5 million on its first weekend. Though Glee’s reported budget, at less than $10 million, is under the Jonas’ total, the studio expected the film to earn its budget back in the first of its “two weeks only” advertised theatrical run.

  2. 2
    kà simply amazing Says:

    this movie bad

  3. 3
    Slig o lambert ^____^cute Says:

    She like cry if any one dont like her

  4. 4
    Slig o lambert ^____^cute Says:

    Frida like >_< and jamis like lair dirty

  5. 5
    Alaia Says:

    HAHAHA at Glee. Also HAHAHA at Final Destination whatever number. Hopefully they’ll make no more of those.

    Good films like Rise of the Planet of the Apes and The Help are topping the Box Office? I do have faith in people, after all.

  6. 6
    Kristina Says:

    Rise of the Planet of the Apes is No. 1 once again. Armenian icon Andy Serkis is the undisputed star of the film and his artistic ability comes from his Armenian heritage.
    Some other Armenians icons and legends include Andre Agassi, Charles Aznavour, Eric Bogosian, Cher, Princess Diana (1/64 Armenian), Atom Egoyan, Arshile Gorky, Dr. Jack Kevorkian, Kirk Kerkorian, Mike Connors, William Saroyan, Seymour Skinner (Armen Tamzarian), System of a Down, The Kardashians, Steven Zaillian, Michael Vartan, Gregory Peck, Dita Von Teese, Ken Davitian, David Hedison, David Dickinson, Simon Abkarian, the Hughes brothers (Albert and Allen).

  7. 7
    Karl Bourbon Says:

    The ultra-gorgeous Dianna Agron is the best thing about Glee and the only reason I’ve watched it.
    There are so many z-lister prima donnas on that show who will be doing straight to DVD and television movies when the series is cancelled but she isn’t one of them.

  8. 8
    Nope Says:

    Rise is a great movie.
    thank god glee tanked, cant stand having to hear or read about it everytime I read celeb gossip, hope shows gets cancelled too

  9. 9
    Kat Says:

    wow glee flopped

  10. 10
    Delphic Says:

    @Kristina: Only in your crazy mind are the Kardashians considered to be ‘icons’ and ‘legends’.

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  12. 12
    bart Says:

    thought Glee would be number 1

  13. 13
    Mann Says:

    @Nope: Amen to that! I hope that we can finally put to rest that these Z- lister Glee guys are worth talking about every 5 minutes.

  14. 14
    TheGR8NPwrfulOZ Says:

    Rise was a great movie. Loved how much human emotion they gave Caesar . I sooo wanted Caesar to kick that guys azz that was messing with John Lithgow’s character that I almost cheered out loud in the theater :)

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