Weekend Box Office #74
This weekend's offerings:
10,000 BC (3410 theaters). This is supposed to be a little silly but ultimately solid dumb adventure fun, and given the lack of much else out there, it'll probably do well. $37.9 million for the weekend.
COLLEGE ROAD TRIP (2706 theaters). Martin Lawrence fatigue is already starting to set in, and it's only March. It'll get some kids, but hard to see this being a big hit. $8.8 million.
THE BANK JOB (1603 theaters). Reviews have been solid, but it's on less than half the screens of 10,000 BC. Call it $7.4 million.
MISS PETTIGREW LIVES FOR A DAY (535 theaters). This seems to skew old and female; I'm not sure how big that audience really is. $1.8 million.