Top Ten Movies | Smith’s “Focus” $19.1 million in this week

Did you get a film this weekend? New to the Box Office this weekend were “Center” and “The Lazarus Effect.” One of them led the pack in the main 10, yet it didn’t precisely bring the cash home. On Sunday, the Box Office overhauled their outlines to gimmick the main 10 films of the weekend. Film industry Mojo additionally invigorated their numbers to highlight the film’s entirety abroad.

Will Smith’s most recent film, “Center,” took the top spot in the main 10 with a low $19.1 million. Smith’s thrillers have a tendency to open to $40 million, however Cinemablend calls attention to that “Center” is not the stars most reduced presentation. Still, its not the best rebound after the fizzled “After Earth,” which opened to $27 million. “Concentrate” additionally stars Margot Robbie and Rodrigo Santoro, it was made with a reported plan of $50.1 million.

Blood and gore movie “The Lazarus Effect” opened to $10.6 million, settling for fifth spot. As terrible as that may appear, the low-plan film has effectively tripled its accounted for plan of $3.3 million. “The Lazarus Effect” stars Evan Peters, Olivia Wilde, and Mark Duplass.

Julianne Moore’s “Still Alice” got a knock, on account of the on-screen character’s Oscar win, and gathered $2.6 million, making it to ninth spot. At long last, pretty much out of the main 10, is the genuinely new parody “Hot Tub Time Machine 2.” The drama collected $2.4 million and was discharged simply a week ago. The following is the complete main 10 graph from Friday, February 27, through Sunday, March 1.

1. “Focus” $19.1 million
2. “Kingsman: The Secret Service” $11.7 million
3. “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” $11.2 million
4. “Fifty Shades of Grey” $10.9 million
5. “The Lazarus Effect” $10.6 million
6. “McFarland, USA” $7.7 million
7. “American Sniper” $7.7 million
8. “The DUFF” $7.1 million
9. “Still Alice” $2.6 million
10. “Hot Tub Time Machine 2” $2.4 million

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