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'Pain & Gain' Tops Weekend Box Office, Reese Witherspoon's 'Mud' Opens Strong

'Pain & Gain' Tops Weekend Box Office, Reese Witherspoon's 'Mud' Opens Strong

Mark Wahlberg‘s action/comedy film Pain & Gain has topped this weekend’s box office with a whopping $20 million earned, according to THR.

The film, which also stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Anthony Mackie, and more, played impressively well in director Michael Bay‘s hometown of Miami, along with Los Angeles.

Coming in at number two was Tom Cruise‘s Oblivion, which made $17.4 million this weekend.

42, starring Harrison Ford, claimed the number three spot with $10.7 million grossed at the box office.

The Big Wedding, which debuted at the box office this weekend, and The Croods, round out the top four and five spots with $7.5 and $6.6 million earned, respectively.

Reese Witherspoon and Matthew McConaughey‘s Mud opened strong in limited release at $2.1 million.

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  • Pattycake

    What an insult to the actual leads in this film to call it “Reese Witherspoon’s Mud.” She has a very small part.

  • The Bird

    This just more PR spin and damage control. This is going to go on for awhile.

  • Shazzer

    Reese’s new name is Mud. “Do you know my naaaaaaaame?”

  • Wrong!

    It’s Matthew M. movie! He is the one getting possible Oscar buzz! Not Mrs. Prissy Pants Drunkspoon!

  • Cheri

    I saw Mud this past weekend and really liked it. Matthew McConaughey was good of course but the young boys really blew me away. They were excellent. Well acted by really all including Reese’s small part. I hope the film does well because it was a gem.

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