Evil Dead topped the box office this weekend, bringing in $26 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
The horror movie, which stars Suburgatory's Jane Levy, Lou Taylor Pucci and Cult's Jessica Lucas, is a remake of the 1983 cult classic that catapulted Bruce Campbell's career.
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G.I. Joe: Retaliation muscled its way to the top of the weekend box office, hauling in a whopping $41.2 million and knocking The Croods out of the No. 1 spot. The sequel's debut marks the second highest Easter weekend opening ever, after 2010's Clash of the Titans, and is the highest debut ever for Bruce Willis, Box Office Mojo reports.
Animated film The Croods soared to the top spot at the box office this weekend, with an impressive $44.7 million haul in its opening weekend, Box Office Mojo reports. But coming in second with a surprisingly strong $30.5 million showing was Olympus Has Fallen, the action thriller about a White House takeover starring Morgan Freeman and Gerard Butler.
Oz the Great and Powerful continued to dominate at the box office this weekend, hauling in an additional $42.2 million to finish at No. 1 for the second week in a row, Box Office Mojo reports.
Oz The Great and Powerful set a record for 2013 in its opening weekend, netting $80.2 million and soaring to a No. 1 position by a landslide. It's the strongest debut for a movie since The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey opened with $84 million back in December, Box Office Mojo reports.
Jack the Giant Slayer opened at the No. 1 spot at the box office with $28 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
The $195 million-budget modern take on the classic tale stars Nicholas Hoult as the titular character, as well as Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci and Ian McShane.
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Film critic Rex Reed may not have enjoyed Melissa McCarthy's performance in Identity Thief, but that didn't stop moviegoers from coming out in droves to see the new comedy over the weekend.
Identity Thief, which stars Jason Bateman as the victim of McCarthy's (yep) identity thief, opened in first place by a landslide, earning $36.6 million over the weekend despite a severe winter storm that caused several movie theaters in the Northeast to close temporarily, Box Office Mojo reports.
Fairy tale reboot Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters easily cruised to the top spot at the weekend box office, besting other new releases Parker and Movie 43.
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