Sunday, April 29, 2012
From ew, Look guys, sometimes box office articles just need four headlines!
In this case, the under-performance of The Five-Year Engagement wasn’t the only big story this weekend. Think Like A Man notched a very strong sophomore frame, The Hunger Games reached a truly remarkable milestone, and The Avengers flexed their muscles internationally. Oh, and Safe and The Raven also entered theaters. We’ve got a lot to talk about! Here’s how the box office shook out:
Ensemble comedy Think Like A Man, an adaptation of Steve Harvey’s famous advice book, Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man, dropped by 46 percent to $18 million — enough to easily top the box office for a second frame in a row. Compared to other comedies with predominantly African-American casts, Think Like A Man‘s second weekend drop is quite strong. Recent titles like Jumping the Broom and Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds fell by 55 percent and 54 percent, respectively, in their sophomore frames.
Full article here