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“Spider-man” falls to “Neighbors” at the box office

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This might come as a shock to some of you out there that a super-hero doesn’t come out on top at the box office during it’s first three or four weeks. A comedy comes out and takes over proving maybe how unfavorable fans find the new Spider-man movie.

Neighbors is able to beat out the new Spider-man movie with an estimated $51 million during it’s opening weekend. This total blows it’s $18 million budget out of the water and should find it’s way past $100 million in perhaps the third week.

The Amazing Spider-man 2 had a decent 2nd week bringing in an estimated $37.2 million. Fans have been upset with how the movie came out and perhaps it’s prevented many people to go and for fans to see it repetitively. There is a lot of competition coming out in the next few weeks might hurt it’s numbers at the box office.

The Other Woman is still going strong bringing in an estimated $9.2 million. Heaven is for Real brought in an estimated $7 million and Captain America Winter Soldier is in the top 5 for the 6th straight week with an estimated $5.6 million.

The other two movies to come out this weekend were Moms’ Night Out with an estimated $4.2 million and Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return with an estimated $3.7 million.

For the rest of this week end’s box office, you can go here.

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