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. Oz The Great and Powerful, Disney, $41,252,702, 2 Wks. ($144,056,326); 2. The Call, Sony/Tristar, $17,118,745, (New); 3. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, Warner Bros., $10,177,257, (New); 4. Jack The Giant Slayer, Warner Bros., $6,314,262, 3 Wks. ($54,007,635); 5. Identity Thief, Universal, $4,419,310, 6 Wks. ($123,606,175); 6. Snitch, Lionsgate/Summit, $3,504,618, 4 Wks. ($37261895); 7. 21 and Over, Relativity Media, $2,669,967, 3 Wks. ($21,918,740); 8. Silver Linings Playbook, Weinstein Co. $2,525,603, 18 Wks. ($124,551,782); 9. Safe Haven, Relativity Media, $2,453,229, 5 Wks. ($66,911,039); 10. Escape From Planet Earth, Weinstein Co. $2,339,419, 5 Wks. ($52,178,000).
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