Weekend Box Office: Mar 28-Mar 30

#1 Noah from Paramount opened at #1 with a gross of $43.7 million in 3,567 theaters.  Budget was $125 million.

#2 Divergent from Lionsgate/Summit fell from #1 to #2 with a gross of $25.6 million (-53.1%) in 3,936 theaters.  Total gross to date is $94.4 million.  Budget was $85 million.

#3 Muppets Most Wanted from Buena Vista fell from #2 to #3 with a gross of $11.3 million (-33.7%) in 3,194 theaters.  Total gross to date is $33.1 million.  Budget was $50 million.

#4 Mr. Peabody & Sherman from Fox fell from #3 to #4 with a gross of $9.1 million (-23.3%) in 3,299 theaters (-308).  Total gross to date is $94.5 million.  Budget was $145 million.

#5 God’s Not Dead from Freestyle Releasing fell from #4 to #5 with a gross of $8.8 million (-4.5%) in 977 theaters (+673).  Total gross to date is $21.8  Budget was unknown.

#6 The Grand Budapest Hotel from Fox Searchlight rose from #7 to #6 with a gross of $8.5 million (+25.8%) in 977 theaters (+673).  Total gross to date is $24.2 million.  Budget was unknown.

#7 Sabotage from Off Road Films opened at #7 with a gross of $5.3 million in 2,486 theaters.  Budget was unknown.

#8 Need for Speed from Buena Vista fell from #6 to #8 with a gross of $4.2 million (-46.8%) in 2,705 theaters (-410).  Total gross to date is $37.6 million.  Budget was $66 million.

#9 300: Rise of An Empire from Warner Bros. fell from #5 to #9 with a gross of $4.2 million (-50.5%) in 2,601 theaters (-484).  Total gross to date is $101.1 million.  Budget was $110 million.

#10 Non-Stop from Universal fell from #8 to #10 with a gross of $4 million (-37.7%) in 2,515 theaters (-430).  Total gross to date is $85.1 million.  Budget was $50 million.

#11 The LEGO Movie from Warner Bros. fell from #9 to #11 with a gross of $3 million (-27.3%) in 2,001 theaters (-500).  Total gross to date is $248.2 million.  Budget was $60 million.

#12 Cesar Chavez from Lionsgate Films opened at #12 with a gross of $2.9 million in 664 theaters.  Budget was unknown.

The combined gross of the top 12 movies this weekend was $130.6 million.

Sources:
Box Office Mojo

02. April 2014 by Lena
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