Sam Raimi’s Oz the Great and Powerful continued to dominate the North American box office on Friday, grossing a solid but unexceptional $11.4m. The Wizard of Oz’s 3D prequel is set to finish its second weekend in the region of $42m.
The Call, starring Halle Berry, comfortably exceeded expectations after returning $6.2m from 2,507 theatres. Brad Anderson’s thriller was Friday’s highest opener and should exceed $16m over the three days for an easy second place.
It was a disastrous Friday for another opener, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone. The Steve Carell/Jim Carrey vehicle could only muster $3.7m, including late Thursday screenings, and will have to settle for a $10m weekend.
High budget under performer, Jack the Giant Slayer, only fell by 31% in the No 4 spot but from a very low base. Bryan Singer’s action fantasy grossed $1.7m and should go on to take $7m during its third weekend in play.
Harmony Korine’s crime comedy ‘Spring Breakers’, starring James Franco, provided the main talking point. The Venice title enjoyed a whopping $32,000 per screen average during Friday’s limited New York/Los Angeles three theatre opening, ahead of next weekend’s expansion.10mg fluoxetine for anxietyprozac 40 mg dailyfluoxetine 30 mg capsulesfluoxetine hcl caps