Moviegoers' fling with "Captain America" ended this weekend as
The romantic comedy starring
Despite earning the worst reviews of any of the weekend's new offerings, "The Other Woman" still proved intriguing to a largely female audience. Those who saw the film -- 75% of whom were women -- assigned the picture an average grade of B+, according to market research firm CinemaScore.
Fox financed the film for roughly $40 million, meaning it has a good shot of doing healthy business for the studio by the end of its run. The movie stars Mann as a guileless housewife who discovers her husband ("Game of Thrones" star
As a leading lady, Diaz has proved to be a relatively reliable box office draw in recent years. While her ensemble projects, such as
As for "The Quiet Ones," the low-budget scary movie didn't make much noise at the box office this weekend. The Lionsgate release, a London-set tale about a professor experimenting on a girl who appears to have ties to the supernatural world, launched with a dismal $4 million. And with a C+ CinemaScore, it seems unlikely we'll be hearing much about the "The Quiet Ones" in the weeks to come.