An unlikely competitor has taken “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” out of the top of the Box Office – “The Other Woman.” Other new debuts to theaters this weekend were “The Quiet Ones” and “Brick Mansions.” On Monday, the Box Office updated their charts to feature the top 10 movies of the weekend.
“The Other Woman” better enjoy its success, because next week it will be knocked down by “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Below, check out what films made it to the top 10 this weekend, and which movies are out of the countdown.
'The Other Woman' #1
“The Other Woman” opened to $24.7 million, taking the first spot by a long shot. The comedy stars Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and Kate Upton. It was made with a reported budget of $70 million. Adding its international income, “The Other Woman” has a worldwide total of $45.3 million.
'The Winter Soldier' #2
Coming in second is “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” with $16 million, not bad for its fourth weekend. Its worldwide total is now $645 million, surpassing by far its reported $235 million budget. “The Winter Soldier” is the third installment of Phase Two for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
'Heaven is for Real' #3
“Heaven is for Real” is number three with $13.8 million. The faith-based movie surprised audiences with a stronger than expected debut, and has now crossed its reported budget of $33 million.
'Rio 2' #4
“Rio 2” added $13.6 million this weekend. Its worldwide total is now $346 million. The animated feature stars voices of Anne Hathaway, Jesse Eisenberg, Tracy Morgan, George Lopez, and more.
'Brick Mansions' #5
Newcomer “Brick Mansion,” collected $9.6 million, settling for fifth place. Production was hoping that being one of Paul Walker’s final films, it would bring in a larger audience. The action thriller also stars David Belle, RZA, and Catalina Denis.
“Transcendence” went down to number six this weekend with $4.1 million. This brings the films total to $51.5 million, still very short from its reported budget of $135 million. The sci-fi stars Rebecca Hall, Morgan Freeman, and Johnny Depp.
'The Quiet Ones' #7
New debut “The Quiet Ones” opened in the seventh spot with $4 million. The reported budget is not available, but it’s not needed to know that it had a very weak opening. The film stars Olivia Cooke, Jared Harris, and Sam Claflin.
Nature documentary film “Bears” debuted at number eight with $3.6 million. The worldwide total of the film is up to $11.3 million. For a nature documentary it is holding up surprisingly well.
“Divergent” collected another $3.6 million this weekend. The young adult film stars Shailene Woodley, Theo James, and Kate Winslet. It is the first chapter of a four-part trilogy.
'A Haunted House 2' #10
Finally, at number 10, “A Haunted House 2” accumulated $3.2 million. It dropped down five places, settling at the bottom of the top 10. The film stars Marlon Wayans, Jaime Pressly, and more.