The early returns are in, and it looks like a weekend to forget for
The actor's two new films -- the animated "Turbo" and the sci-fi comedy "R.I.P.D." -- are off to dreadful starts at the box office, according to rough estimates based on Friday matinee figures.
The $130-million “R.I.P.D.” may struggle just to gross $10 million in its first three days of release, the estimates show. And the even more expensive
With four new movies in wide release, the weekend’s No. 1 film is likely to be the $20-million
The exorcism movie grossed more than $3 million from Thursday night screenings.
Summit Entertainment’s semi-retired spy sequel “Red 2,” made at a cost of $84 million, could generate sales of as much as $24 million in its weekend debut, probably higher than the
“Red 2” should also surpass the $135-million “Turbo,” from
The best-case estimate for "R.I.P.D." has it grossing a weak $12 million, even less than the second weekend of "Pacific Rim," which opened last weekend to $37.3 million, a poor debut given "Pacific Rim's" $190-million budget.
But other estimates say