Weekend Box Office Report: ‘The Bourne Legacy’ Pushes ‘Dark Knight’ Out Of #1 Spot

The Bourne Legacy has ended Batman’s run at the top of the box office opening at #1 with $40.3 million. Opening in #2 was Zack Galifianakis and Will Ferrell’s The Campaign, which delivered a better-than-expected $27.4 million. After three weeks at the top, The Dark Knight Rises slipped two places to #3 grossing in $19.5 million in its fourth week. Opening at #4 was Hope Springs bringing in $15.6. Slipping two spots to #5 in its second weekend was Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days pulling in $8.2 million.

1. The Bourne Legacy – $40.3 million ($40.3 million total)
2. The Campaign – $27.4 million ($27.4 million total)
3. The Dark Knight Rises – $19.5 million ($390.1 million total)
4. Hope Springs – $15.6 million ($20 million total)
5. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days – $8.2 million ($30.6 million total)
6. Total Recall – $8.1 million ($44.2 million total)
7. Ice Age: Continental Drift – $6.8 million ($144.1 million total)
8. Ted – $3.3 million ($209.9 million total)
9. Step Up Revolution – $2.9 million ($30.2 million total)
10. The Amazing Spider-Man – $2.2 million ($255.5 million total)


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  1. It was only a matter of time until Batman lost its perch at the #1 spot. Three weeks is a decent time at the top spot, but –I’m sorry — “Dark Knight Rises” was WAY over-hyped and is WAY too long and…boring. Snore!

  2. @Monster_A_GoGo, Wow You really hate The Dark Knight Rises WAY more than i think anybody did. haha
    I watched it twice and love it even more.