22 June 2014 9:11 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

This weekend's no. 1 movie, "Think Like A Man Too," didn't deliver a blockbuster opening, but it reinforced two important trends for Hollywood. The first is that comedy is king. "Think Like A Man Too" opened to $30 million and became the seventh comedy to open to over $25 million this year after "Ride Along," "About Last Night," "Neighbors," "The Other Woman" (technically $24.7 million) and last weekend's champ "22 Jump Street." And yes, that makes "A Million Ways to Die in the West's" disappointing debut that much worse. It's also a very positive news for Melissa McCarthy's "Tammy" and Fox's "Let's Be Cops!" opening later this summer. Second, and you may have gathered this from the previous point, Kevin Hart is officially a superstar.  "Too" marks his second no. 1 movie of 2014 and should be his fifth profitable hit in the past two years.  He's only had one bomb, "Grudge Match," whose fate »


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