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'Guardians' Rules in the Worst Week

'Guardians' Rules in the Worst Week'Guardians' Rules in the Worst Week

Guardians of the Galaxy remained at the top of the US box office on a very slow Friday.

The top 10 earned just $13.2 million. This will likely be the lowest-grossing weekend in over a decade, according to boxofficemojo.com.

Guardians of the Galaxy eased 30 percent to an estimated $2.71 million. The Marvel heroes have so far earned $287.1 million, and are on track to reach $300 million next weekend.

For the three-day frame, Guardians will take first place with just under $10 million. This will be its fourth weekend in the top spot: The Dark Knight, Avatar and The Hunger Games are the only other movies to accomplish such a feat in the past decade.

'If I Stay' took second place with $1.61 million (off 39 %). The drama has grossed $35.5 million so far.

'Let's Be Cops' took third place ahead of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The comedy scored $1.55 million, while Ninja Turtles added $1.5 million.

The 'November Man' rounded out the top five with $1.24 million.

The Forrest Gump IMAX re-release also tanked on Saturday. Playing at 337 theaters, the re-release earned a paltry $109,000.

 

Financialtribune.com