Star-studded films That’s My Boy and Rock of Ages debuted this weekend to dismal fanfare, falling short of the #1 spot held by Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted and #2 held by Prometheus.
According to Deadline, Rock of Ages took in $5.3 million on Friday, an unexpected shortfall from New Line/Warner Bros’ expectations. With a budget of $75 million, the musical’s weekend gross is likely to make less than a fifth of that amount.
Both films have garnered less than stellar reviews. Rock of Ages has a 43% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and That’s My Boy has received universally negative reviews. The Examiner tells its readers that gargling paint thinner or chugging down garbage juice is better than watching the film and MLive laments that the movie »
- Al Donato
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