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'300: Rise of an Empire' Dominates in Impressive Weekend Box Office

'300: Rise of an Empire' Dominates in Impressive Weekend Box Office

300: Rise of an Empire took the top spot at the box office this weekend, bringing in $45.1 million domestically, according to Variety.

The film, which stars Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green, and Lena Headey, nabbed the number one spot after fellow opening weekend competitor Mr. Peabody & Sherman put up an impressive fight, ultimately taking in $32.5 million for the number two spot.

Liam Neeson‘s thriller Non-Stop, which won the top spot last week, came in at number three with $15.3 million earned.

Rounding out the top five were The Lego Movie and Son of God, which both brought in $11 and $10 million, respectively.

Also banking an impressive $200,000 from just four locations in New York and Los Angeles was Wes Anderson‘s The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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2 Responses to “'300: Rise of an Empire' Dominates in Impressive Weekend Box Office”

  1. 1
    Andrej Says:

    Besides Eva Green and Lena Headey, also the lead actor Sullivan Stapleton deserves a mention. Come on! He did a freaking awesome job in the movie!

  2. 2
    Lisa Says:

    300 Rise of an Empire film is so AWESOME. worth the money.go see it now and speaking about money SHAME on the Oscars, it’s all about politics and money for Oscars.

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