‘Noah’ Thrives This Box Office Weekend

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Whether or not the massive behemoth that is Noah achieved its success off of quality, hype, or controversy will probably remain an open discussion for months to come, but regardless, the Russell Crowe-led film made quite the impact this weekend. As of today, estimates have revealed a weekend pull of $44 million.

Sadly, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s latest film, Sabotage has missed its mark for its opening weekend with a paltry $5.3 million. Somehow, this doesn’t come to much surprise considering the similar performance of his most recent releases, Escape Plan and The Last Stand.

Click here to check out Justin Proper’s review of Noah, and make sure to follow the jump to view a complete top ten listing of this weekend’s highest grossing films.

  1. Noah – $44,000,000
  2. Divergent – $26,500,000
  3. Muppets Most Wanted – $11,400,000
  4. Mr. Peabody & Sherman – $9,500,000
  5. God’s Not Dead – $9,100,000
  6. The Grand Budapest Hotel $8,800,000
  7. Sabotage – $5,300,000
  8. Need for Speed $4,300,000
  9. 300: Rise of An Empire – $4,300,000
  10. Non-Stop $4,100,000
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