Box Office Roundup: Audiences Think Like Men Too

By Peter Towe

Published on Sunday, June 22, 2014

Think Like A Man Too finished in the top spot this weekend earning an estimated $30 million.  2012’s Think Like a Man earned $96 million worldwide, with $91 million coming from North America alone.  Kevin Hart has been attributed to the film’s success, and has been on a box office roll since the original came out two years ago.

Narrowly beaten out of the top spot, 22 Jump Street finished second with a close $29 million.  The Jonah Hill/ Channing Tatum movie has crossed the $100 million mark, and earned $111.4 million so far.  In third place this weekend was How to Train Your Dragon 2, bringing in $25.3 million ($95.1 million total).

jersey-boys-movieOpening at 2,905 locations was Clint Eastwood’s Jersey Boys, which bombed, and brought in only $13.5 million.   The popular Broadway play about the Four Seasons was expected to fair much better with audiences, but clearly, audiences weren’t interested in Eastwood’s latest directorial effort.

Rounding out the top-five was Maleficent, which earned $13 million, and brings its total to $185.9 million domestic, and may become Angelina Jolie’s most successful box office film to date.

Here’s the full top-ten weekend box office estimates, via Collider.

Title Weekend Total
1.  Think Like A Man Too $30,000,000 $30
2.  22 Jump Street $29,000,000 $111.4
3.  How to Train Your Dragon 2 $25,300,000 $95.1
4.  Jersey Boys $13,520,000 $13.5
5.  Maleficent $13,012,000 $185.9
6.  Edge of Tomorrow $10,340,000 $75.5
7.  The Fault in Our Stars $8,600,000 $98.7
8.  X-Men: Days of Future Past $6,200,000 $216.7
9.  Chef $1,845,000 $16.9
10.  Godzilla $1,820,000 $194.9

 

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