After a stellar launch, The Fault in Our Stars fell back to Earth a bit on Saturday. In the grand tradition of front-loaded teen fare before it, the romantic drama leveled off as the weekend progressed. Fox is now reporting estimated earnings of $48.2 million for the three-day weekend instead of the $55 million or higher that looked likely yesterday. Meanwhile, the news did not get better for Edge of Tomorrow overnight. The well-reviewed sci-fi pic earned an estimated $29.1 million from 3,490 locations, or a bit more than Non-Stop brought in its own debut… at the end of February.
|1.||The Fault in Our Stars||$48,200,000||$48.2|
|3.||Edge of Tomorrow||$29,105,000||$29.1|
|4.||X-Men: Days of Future Past||$14,700,000||$189.1|
|5.||A Million Ways to Die in the West||$7,200,000||$30.1|
|10.||The Amazing Spider-Man 2||$1,900,000||$196.2|
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