wall street 2 500 md sl Box Office: 'Wall Street 2' takes the weekend, 'Legend of the Guardians' hops into second“Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” dipped slightly from its projections following Friday’s box office numbers, but it still opened with a solid $19 million, good for the No. 1 spot of the weekend. “The Town” was second after Friday, but was just nudged to third “Legend of the Guardians,” the animated family movie about owls. “Guardians” earned $16.3 million, while “Town” was $16 million.

]]>“Easy A,” earning $10.7 million in its sophomore weekend, and “You Again,” which opened to a disappointing $8.3 million, despite its stellar cast. The entire box office landscape is as follows, with the weekend take and the overall take. The bottom four movies listed are in limited release: “Wall Street 2,” $19M, $19M
“Legend of the Guardians,” $16.3M, $16.3M
“The Town,” $16M, $49.1M
“Easy A,” $10.7M, $32.8M
“You Again,” $8.3M, $8.3M
“Devil,” $6.5M, $21.7M
“Resident Evil: Afterlife,” $4.9M, $52M
“Alpha & Omega,” $4.7M, $15.1M
“Takers,” $1.7M, $54.9M
“Inception,” $1.2M, $287.7M
“The Other Guys,” $1M, $117M
“The American,” $900K, $34.6M
“The Virginity Hit,” $300K, $300K
“You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger,” $163K, $214K
“Waiting for Superman,” $140K, $140K
“Buried,” $105K, $105K
“Howl,” $54K, $54K Follow Zap2it and Zap2it Andrea on Twitter and Zap2it on Facebook for the latest TV, movie and celebrity news. Photo credit: 20th Century Fox

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