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Four new movies opened over the weekend and The Conjuring, the one with the smallest budget, blew them all away.
While The Conjuring easily claimed the #1 spot on the list, DreamWorks Animation’s Turbo wasn’t even able to beat Despicable Me 2, which has been out for three weeks now.
You can read Time To Play’s review of Turbo and check out reviews of the toys based on the movie by clicking here.
Here is the Top 10 for the weekend of July 19 – 21, 2013:
1. The Conjuring ($41,530,000)
2. Despicable Me 2 ($25,059,000)
3. Turbo ($21,500,000)
4. Grown Ups 2 ($20,000,000)
5. Red 2 ($18,500,000)
6. Pacific Rim ($15,955,000)
7. R.I.P.D. ($12,763,000)
8. The Heat ($9,325,000)
9. World War Z ($5,200,000)
10. Monsters University ($5,005,000)
New Movies in bold.
Figures from Box Office Mojo
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