24 February 2013 8:54 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

2013 has not been a banner year at the box office by any stretch of the imagination, but this weekend will set a new low. For the first time in months, no film took in $15 million. That includes the first-place Identity Thief, which was back on top in its third frame. With an estimated $14.1 million, Identity Thief barely edged out the $13 million debut of Snitch but, when we’re talking numbers this small, gloating over rank seems a little pointless.  Title Weekend Total 1.  Identity Thief $14,100,000 $93.7 2.  Snitch $13,000,000 $13 3.  Escape from Planet Earth $11,013,000 $35.1 4.  Safe Haven $10.600,000 $48 5.  A Good Day to Die Hard $10,000,000 $51.8 6.  Dark Skies $8,850,000 $8.8 7.  Silver Linings Playbook $6.051,000 $107.4 8.  Warm Bodies $4,750,000 $58.1 9.  Side Effects $3,511,000 $25.2 10.  Beautiful Creatures $3,410,000 $16.3 Lately it seems that, without bad news at the box office, we’d have no news at all. Despite offering up plenty of new releases, 2013 has given us just a handful of hits – and many of those originated in the last quarter of 2012. For every Mama-style success, »

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