Adam Sandler showed his box office muscle for the weekend of Feb. 11-13, 2011.
Adam Sandler showed his box office muscle for the weekend of Feb. 11-13, 2011. His latest comedy JUST GO WITH IT edged out pop heartthrob doc JUSTIN BIEBER: NEVER SAY NEVER. Sandler's Sony laugher brought in $31 million in first, while NEVER SAY NEVER sang to the tune of $30.3 million in second.
Touchstone Pictures' animated romance GNOMEO & JULIET planted in third. With animation from Starz Animation, the Elton John-produced film earned $25.5 million.
Focus Features' THE EAGLE nested in fourth. With vfx from Filmefex Studios and Rushes, the 2nd century epic amassed $8.59 million.
Last week's #1, Screen Gems' THE ROOMMATE, rented out fifth place with $8.4 million. The roomie from hell flick has a cume of $26.1 million.
The Weinstein Co.'s BAFTA-winning THE KING'S SPEECH talked up another $7.41 million. With visual effects from Molinare Studio and Pixion, the Oscar frontrunner has made $93.9 million to date.
Paramount's NO STRINGS ATTRACHED was cut loose and tumbled to seventh. The romcom added $5.65 million to its $59.9 million cume.
Universal's SANCTUM sank from second to eighth with $5.13 million. With vfx from Iloura, the underwater adventure has a cume of $17.5 million.
Paramount's TRUE GRIT rode into ninth with $3.77 million. The Coen Brothers' hit Western has rescued $160.3 million thus far.
THE GREEN HORNET closed out the top ten with a $3.6 million haul. With vfx from CEG Media, CIS Hollywood, Luma Pictures and Proof, the superhero comedy has a cume of $92.3 million.
Box office numbers were obtained on boxofficemojo.com.