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Weekend Box Office
Hop $21.6 millionArthur $12.6 millionHanna $12.3 millionSoul Surfer $10.6 millionInsidious $10 millionYour Highness $9.6 millionSource Code $9 millionLimitless $5.5 millionDiary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules $4.5 millionThe Lincoln Lawyer $4.5 million
As expected, Hop continued to dominate the box office over the weekend with an estimated $21.6 million take. It should continue to do well over the next few weeks as the holiday approaches.
Meanwhile, Arthur, Russell Brand's other effort, opened to a disappointing $12.6 million - well under the projected $18 million from the studio. This may lead to the end of Hollywood's love affair with Brand as he just doesn't seem to be leading man material as he can't open a movie. His Get Me to the Greek opened to $17.5 million and it was rated R - Arthur's PG-13 should have helped the film reach a broader audience but for once taste prevailed and moviegoers decided to pass. Studios will probably think twice before »
Opening in theaters on April 8th is the new thriller from Atonement director Joe Wright called Hanna. The film stars Academy Award nominated actress Saoirse Ronan as a young girl trained in the wilderness by her ex-cia father to become a ruthless assassin. We recently had a chance to speak with Cate Blanchett, who plays the cold hearted intelligence operative who is out to get Hanna. To watch our exclusive interview, click on the clip below.
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Hanna comes to theaters April 8th, 2011 and stars Saoirse Ronan, Eric Bana, Vicky Krieps, Cate Blanchett, Paris Arrowsmith, John MacMillan, Tim Beckmann, Christian Malcolm. The film is directed by Joe Wright. »
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