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'21 Jump Street': Box Office Champ!

'21 Jump Street': Box Office Champ!

Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill‘s comedy 21 Jump Street took the top spot at the box office, raking in $35 million in its opening weekend.

Second place went to Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, which held the top spot for the last two weeks. The animated movie, featuring the voices of Taylor Swift and Zac Efron, took in $25 million this weekend.

Taylor Kitsch‘s John Carter came in third place, bringing in $14.2 million. Project X came in fourth with $4.4 million, and 5th place went to Eddie Murphy‘s A Thousand Words, which brought in $3.9 million.

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  • Robsten_Fan

    Love this movie!

  • Lisa

    21 Jump Street was sooooooooooo AWESOME !

  • Courtney

    why can’t Hollywood stop making old tv shows into lack luster films and come up with new ideas


    I can’t wait to see this!! I love Jonah!

  • eve

    Channing Tatum is absolutely adorable in this movie. He needs to stick with comedy.


    where the heck do you get box office numbers from Jared? They are always off. check box office mojo for real figures

  • julie

    i am happy for johan and tatum.

  • Effy

    Just saw it last night, GREAT movie. The whole theater laughed from beginning to end. Jonah and Channing are ridiculously great together.

  • frisbee

    Charming Potato is on fire this year! I hope he’ll keep it up, I’ve been looking forward to Magic Mike in the summer.

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