The top ten films over the weekend, according to final figures compiled by Box Office Mojo (figures in parentheses represent total gross to date): 1. The Croods, Fox, $43,639,736, (New); 2. Olympus Has Fallen, FilmDistrict, $30,373,794, (New); 3. Oz The Great and Powerful, Disney, $21,568,957, 3 Wks. ($177,097,090); 4. The Call, TriStar/Sony, $8,900,935, 2 Wks. ($31,105,056); 5. Admission, Focus, $6,154,984, (New); 6. Spring Breakers, A24, $4,858,944, 2 Wks. ($5,265,802); 7. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, Warner Bros., $4,321,388, 2 Wks. ($17,411,818); 8. Jack The Giant Slayer, Warner Bros., $2,949,101, 4 Wks. ($59,036,384); 9. Identity Thief, Universal. $2,588,355, 7 Wks. ($127,770,300); 10. Snitch, Lionsgate/Summit, $1,885,200, ($40,297,749).
Falling For You is the new single from German house producer Teenage Mutants, the track features vocals from Brit Laura Welsh.
The Californian rockers were defiant in their intention to play the venue once again.
Smith announced his intention to get involved in politics, saying that he is "incensed to a level that I can't sleep".
Daniel Bruhl makes a cameo performance as Dirk Brulee in the video for Travis' return single 'Everything At Once'.