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'The Conjuring' Tops Weekend Box Office, 'R.I.P.D.' Opens Low

'The Conjuring' Tops Weekend Box Office, 'R.I.P.D.' Opens Low

Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson‘s super scary flick The Conjuring has opened to a whopping $41.5 million in its first weekend at the theaters!

The Conjuring was made for approximately $20 million dollars and over-performed its estimates this weekend, according to Variety.

Coming in at number two was previous first-place title holder Despicable Me 2, which brought in an additional $25 million, bringing its total gross to over $276 million dollars. Wow!

Ryan Reynold‘s animated flick Turbo took the third spot with $21.5 million earned.

Rounding out the top five were sequels Grown Ups 2 and Red 2, which brought in $20 million and $18.5 million, respectively.

Disappointingly, Ryan‘s other movie that opened this weekend, R.I.P.D., opened to a dismal $12.7 million, after costing $130 million to make.

WHAT DID YOU SEE at the movies this weekend???

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  • Verity

    R.I.P.D. opens low? That’s an understatement, it had a dismal showing this weekend. $130 million down the drain with that turd. Turbo did not do well either. Ryan Reynold’s needs a new agent and some acting classes.

  • Melissa B

    I thought the Conjuring made $40 Million?

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