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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

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.