It’s Super Bowl weekend, and that means the box office is about to get sacked.
Since much of the American moviegoing public will will be glued to the tube on Sunday to watch the Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers, box office receipts are expected to plummet, though some brave souls will venture out to see this week’s new wide releases: the zombie romance Warm Bodies and Sylvester Stallone’s shoot-em-up Bullet to the Head.
Here’s how the slow frame may play out:
1. Warm Bodies – $18 million
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