Catching Fire is still doing well, though.
Hunger Games: Catching Fire brought in $110 million in five days.
But The Best Man Holiday came in at a surprisingly close second.
Everyone loves a long-haired hero.
The YA adaptation won the weekend box office.
The Counselor pretty much tanked though.
Meanwhile, Carrie fell flat.
The latest from director Alfonso Cuarón topped the weekend box office once again.
Batman & Robin is no longer Clooney's top-earning flick.
Thriller season is upon us.
A Friday the 13th push likely helped.
The Spanish-language film held steady this week in third place.
The concert movie is beating Lee Daniels' The Butler.
This weekend's three new releases were no match for Forest Whitaker and Oprah.
Blue Jasmine and Fruitvale Station are going like gangbusters, but why didn't you see Crystal Fairy?
The Heat couldn't be beat, but The Hangover Part III suffered from diminishing returns.
Expect even fewer original films after would-be blockbusters like White House Down, After Earth, and Elysium underperformed.
Neill Blomkamp's District 9 followup earned $30.5 million.
Though overall ticket sales were slow.
A per screen average of just over $100,000.
Though it did much better abroad.
Fellow newcomers Red 2 and R.I.P.D. didn’t fare as well.
Good work, kids.
The movie brought in $81 million while The Lone Ranger flopped.