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It was a good weekend to be Bruce Willis as A Good Day to Die Hard opened to a solid $25 million ($33 million when you factor in Wednesday and Thursday numbers). That's about what Live Free or Die Hard made five and a half years ago, although that movie was rated PG-13. Clearly the teenage demographic is not really interested in the franchise either way, but there is enough interest from long-time fans to leave the door open for another sequel. John McClane still faced some pretty tough competition from Identity Thief, however, which dropped just 32% from last weekend's massive debut, along with Safe Haven, which opened in third with a good turnout from Valentine's Day crowds. Escape from Planet Earth opened at #4 while Warm Bodies rounded out the top 5. As for Beautiful Creatures, the movie was a flop, earning just $7.5 million. Apparently it was not such a good day to Twi-Hard. »

- Sean

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