Box Office: Reviews Don’t Keep Theatergoers From “Divergent”

Despite poor reviews from the critics, “Divergent” hit first place at the domestic box office. According to Rentrak, ‘the international marketplace clearly has the “Need for Speed” as the Disney release has become something of a sensation adding another $29.2 million in 55 territories and a global cumulative to date $126.5 million. Warner Bros.’ action-epic “300: Rise of An Empire” continues to conquer the world with $21 million this weekend in 63 markets and boosting its worldwide total to over $280 million.’ Disney could have two money-makers on their hands as families head to the movies in the coming weeks for “Muppets Most Wanted.”

1. Divergent – Lionsgate – $56.0M
2. Muppets Most Wanted – Disney – $16.5M
3. Mr. Peabody And Sherman – 20th Century Fox – $11.7M
4. 300: Rise Of An Empire – Warner Bros. – $8.7M
5. God’s Not Dead – Freestyle Releasing – $8.6M
6. Need For Speed – Disney – $7.8M
7. The Grand Budapest Hotel – Fox Searchlight – $7.0M
8. Non-Stop – Universal – $6.3M
9. The Lego Movie- Warner Bros. – $4.1M
10. Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club – Lionsgate – $3.1M

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