October 25, 2016
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“How to Train your Dragon” wins over “Kick-Ass”

“How to Train Your Dragon” starring Gerard Butler won over the film “Kick-Ass” over the weekend box office. The film brought in $20 million for four weeks since it opened at the theaters while “Kick-Ass” came close bringing in $19.8 million in its opening weekend. “Kick-Ass,” starring Nicholas Cage and Chloe Moretz, follows four high school kids and their decision to become super heroes, even though they have no skills or powers.

According to Reuters, “Kick-Ass” was projected to take him $25-30 million dollars, and it has failed to exceed those expectations. Coming in 3rd was “Date Night” followed by Chris Rock’s “Death at a Funeral,” bringing in $17 million. However, the final rankings for this weekend could change between tonight until the final data is released on Monday.

To read more go to Reuters.


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