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'The Possession' Tops Weekend Box Office Amidst Low Ticket Sales

'The Possession' Tops Weekend Box Office Amidst Low Ticket Sales

The scary flick The Possession has taken the top slot at this weekend’s box office, where ticket sales were the lowest since the weekend of September 21-23 in 2001, according to EW.

The Possession brought in $9.5 million at the box office this weekend.

Coming in at number two was the Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy, and Jessica Chastain flick Lawless, which earned $6 million, bringing its twelve day total to $23.5 million.

Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana‘s flick The Words, which debuted this weekend, brought in $5 million for a third place spot on the list.

Rounding out the top five were The Expendables 2 and The Bourne Legacy with $4.7 million and $4 million, respectively.

WHAT DID YOU SEE at the movies this weekend??

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  • krix

    none of the above mentioned films were worth a trip to the theatre this weekend.
    anything out that’s worth seeing I already saw.
    hollywood is too lazy – reduxes or trilogies (series)=no real choices.

  • wat

    wow it look like no one wanted to go to the movies this week

  • yep

    I want to see The Word; has anyone seen it and is it good?

  • Truthteller

    Why have ticket sales been so friggin low the past few weeks? I mean, I know that the movies suck, but haven’t they for years? It hasn’t stopped people from going before. So seriously, are people starting to finally prioritize and realize that they don’t need to see every crappy film? Or what?

  • A

    @Truthteller: Hopefully.
    Independent films are great and I encourage everyone to go see them but at the same time, if Hollywood start making quality films, people might actually think those dollars they spend might actually be worth it…I’m sick of them catering to the lowest common denominator.
    Now your average movie goer can see the decline in quality.
    Most of it is cheap crap and I refuse to support it with my money and it looks like more and more people are finally waking up…

  • Giuseppe Lentini

    Have you ever been mad at someone? I have, check it out:

    #giuseppelentini #madness

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