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Despite a 'B' CinemaScore from audiences, Jee-woon Kim's The Last Stand has failed to make any sort of significant impact at the North American box office. Released in time for the long Martin Luther King holiday weekend, the action movie marked Arnold Schwarzenegger's return as a leading man to the big screen and also features the likes of Johnny Knoxsville (Jackass) and Jaimie Alexander (Thor). The film opened to only $1.9 million on Friday and looks likely to gross less than $6.6 million for the weekend, possibly even less. That meant it only managed to reach Ninth place in the Top 10. "Nobody wants to see Arnold," a rival studio exec told Deadline yesterday. Guillermo Del Toro's Mama took the top spot with a predicted $30.5 million for the 4-day weekend. Action icon Arnold Schwarzenegger makes his much-anticipated return to the big screen in Korean director Kim Jee-woon’s hard-hitting Us directorial debut, »

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