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Depp’s film, based on the 1970s Kyril Bonfiglioli comic novels, grossed just $1.5 million. In it, Depp stars as the quirky art dealer and part-time rogue Charlie Mortdecai, who tries to recover a stolen painting. But much like his other recent films, "Transcendence" and "
Holding down the No. 1 spot for the second week is Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper," which pulled in another $18.3 million Friday, adding to its already record-breaking $105 million last weekend.
The adaptation of Chris Kyle’s autobiography of the same name cost
With its six Oscar nominations, including best picture, the film has generated much buzz from both critics and audiences. The movie received a 73% positive rating from the critic aggregating site Rotten Tomatoes and an A-plus grade from audience polling firm CinemaScore.
Far behind “American Sniper,” new release “The Boy Next Door” pulled in $5.7 million for second place, already surpassing the $4 million it took Universal and Blumhouse Productions to make the film. The thriller follows Claire Peterson (
In third place,
Rounding out the top five are