17 February 2013 10:00 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Die hard, indeed. Bruce Willis' A Good Day to Die Hard battled to a win atop the Presidents' Day weekend box office, grossing an estimated $25 million from Friday to Sunday. Among other new releases, Safe Haven came up bigger than most of its Nicholas Sparks-spawned predecessors, while Beautiful Creatures was no Warm Bodies, much less Twilight. A Good Day to Die Hard is the third movie in the nearly 25-year-old franchise to debut at No. 1.  Since opening Thursday, the film, the fifth installment in the action series, has grossed $33.2 million. The debut is on the smaller side for a Die Hard once some of the older movies' prehistoric ticket prices are adjusted for »

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