Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned -- and this weekend, three of them are poised to take down a proven force at the multiplex.
After three weeks atop the box office, the blockbuster
The "Captain America" sequel, which stars
Of the new films hitting theaters this weekend -- which also include the
"Brick Mansions," meanwhile, is likely to open with $8 million. The movie is one of the last that Walker starred in; the 40-year-old
A remake of the popular French film "District B13," "Brick Mansions" features Walker as an undercover cop who is tasked with taking down a crime lord in a dangerous, walled-off portion of Detroit. The picture was financed for $28 million by EuropaCorp, the European production company headed by Luc Besson, who wrote the film.
An independent film that Walked starred in, "Hours," came out only weeks after his fatal car crash but did not connect with a broad audience. There is, however, much anticipation for his final turn in the seventh "Fast & Furious" film, which Universal Pictures will open next summer. Because the actor had only completed a portion of his scenes for the movie at the time of his death, his two brothers are currently standing in for him during filming to help finish the movie.
The only other new film opening this weekend is "The Quiet Ones," a horror film that may only bring in a paltry $5 million in opening weekend sales. Set in London, the movie follows a professor ("Mad Men's"