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Weekend Box Office Report February 5th – 7th: Hail, Caesar! Debuts At #2

Coen brothers comedy “Hail, Caesar!” released in theaters this week and took the second spot with an estimated $11.4 million. That’s the lowest grossing wide release for the Coen brothers, even though the film has received positive scores from critics.

For the second week in a row, the animated family comedy “Kung Fu Panda 3” held on to the top spot with a respectable $21 million.

Both “The Revenant” (#3) and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (#4) managed to stay ahead of debuting films “The Choice” (#5) and “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.” (#6)

I can’t help but chuckle at PPZ flopping, in large part because I grew tired of seeing the TV spot for it so often.

The weekend chart, including the rest of the top 10, is listed below the “Hail, Caesar!” trailer.

This
Week
Last
Week
Title Weekend
Gross
Week #
1 1 Kung Fu Panda 3 $21,000,000  2
2 N Hail, Caesar! $11,440,000 1
3 2 The Revenant $7,100,000 7
4 3 Star Wars: The Force Awakens $6,890,000 8
5 N The Choice $6,085,000 1
6 N Pride and Prejudice and Zombies $5,200,000 1
7 4 The Finest Hours $4,715,000 2
8 5 Ride Along 2 $4,520,000 4
9 7 The Boy (2016) $4,098,000 3
10 6 Dirty Grandpa $4,050,000 3

Source: Box Office Mojo

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About Gary Smith (1012 Articles)
I'm Gary Smith, aka "PatriotPaine." I'm the Editor-in-Chief of VortexEffect.net. I'm usually posting news and reviews, and doing all the back end stuff as well. I like to play games, watch movies, wrestling, and college football (Roll Tide Roll).

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