'Peabody & Sherman', '300' Top Box Office in Big Win for History Lovers

March 17, 2014


Your weekend box office:

1. Mr. Peabody and Sherman - $21.2 million, climbing to the top in its second week. America had an unusually delayed response in wanting to see a CGI dog play guitar.

2. 300: Rise of an Empire - $19.1 million. The film has already made over $236 million worldwide, thanks largely to the unwavering star power of the color Raw Umber.

3. Need for Speed - $17.8 million. Evidently, a need for speed does not equate to a need for Aaron Paul to have his own Fast & Furious franchise.

4. Non-Stop - $10.6 million. With $68.8 million grossed, the film has now passed Unknown to become the highest grossing thing where Liam Neeson does this shit but it's not Taken.

5. Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club - $8.3 million, aka Tyler Perry's Clue He Can Stop Making Two Films a Year.

Weekend Box Office Results [Box Office Mojo]

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