Weekend Box Office: 'Divergent' Officially Our New Dytopian Young Adult Thing

March 24, 2014


Your weekend box office:

1. Divergent - $56 million. At last, an heir to The Hunger Games is crowned, so we can start talking about what the next Divergent will be.

2. Muppets Most Wanted - $16.5 million. Young adults for some reason aren't as drawn to the dystopia of sentient pigs and frogs sleeping together.

3. Mr. Peabody and Sherman - $11.7 million. The film has made over $180 million, proof positive that kids love a dog that sounds like a FiOS commercial.

4. 300: Rise of an Empire - $8.7 million, bringing the film to over $289 million worldwide. Beautiful women and muscley dudes: still a combination that holds up.

5. God's Not Dead - $8.6 million. Apparently God truly isn't dead, and neither are Dean Cain and Kevin Sorbo's careers so long as they keep making pandering tripe.

Weekend Box Office Results [Box Office Mojo]

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