Not a lot of new films means not a lot of money.
This weekend's box office numbers were generally bad.
Hansel & Gretel didn't do too well, either.
Cloud Atlas was sort of a flop.
Meanwhile, last week's Taken 2 is still at the top of the box office.
Has Tim Burton lost his touch?
Meanwhile, Clint Eastwood's baseball movie did alright.
It earned just $5 million.
Prohibition-era Lawless came in second.
2016 Obama's America.
ParaNorman comes in third.
But it's not doing as well as Ice Ages 1, 2, or 3.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer, meanwhile, proved the concept was bad to begin with.
Despite considerable star power.
Just $70 million for four-day holiday weekend.
Who did the sinking?: The Avengers.
Wrath of Titans, Mirror Mirror both fall flat.
Consolation prize: It was Russia's biggest-ever opener.
New movies, same disappointing results.
Guess all those fancy name actors don't guarantee a hit.
The worst: September 9.
The movie has grossed close to $250 million.
Even Immortals' $31 million take is only so-so.
Tower Heist and Puss in Boots vie for top spot.
The 'Lion King 3-D' reign is over.