The Hunger Games was finally dethroned from the number one spot at the box office this weekend, after holding strong for four weeks. According to The Wrap:
Warner Bros.’ Zac Efron movie “The Lucky One” also did better than expected and rang up $22.8 million from 3,155 locations to claim the second spot, ahead of “The Hunger Games,” which finished in third with $14.5 million. Lionsgate’s adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ young adult novel has now grossed more than $356 million at the domestic box office.
With The Hunger Games returning for a one-week run in IMAX theaters starting this Friday, April 27th, we’re thinking that weekend total will likely increase.