Johnny Depp beats Matt Damon at box office

Rango, the animated film that features Johnny Depp‘s voice as a chameleon named Rango, debuted in the top spot at the weekend box office, earning an estimated $38 million (all figures U.S.) and a rating of 3.6 out of 5 stars from Tribute viewers. The new release The Adjustment Bureau starring Matt Damon opened in second place, earning $20.9 million and a 3.9 star Tribute viewer rating. The teen-oriented Beastly debuted in third place with an estimated take of $10.1 million and a Tribute Viewer Rating of 4 stars — the highest for any movie released last weekend. The previous week’s top earner, Hall Pass, starring Owen Wilson, dropped to fourth place, earning an additional $9 million and going from 3.6 to 3.8 stars, while the animated film Gnomeo & Juliet rounded out the top five with an additional $6.9 million for a four-week total of $84 million.

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  1. viktor • March 7, 2011 @ 3:14 PM

    I haven’t seen Rango, but I did see The Adjustment Bureau and it was a total let down.
    The trailer looked so good, and it had an interesting premise. But the movie itself was a total let down. But I’m not surprise it came in second place though, against Rango.

  2. Christian • April 16, 2011 @ 4:24 AM

    I’ve watched it six times, I think is the best-looking animated movie I ever seen before. It might have not the best story, but has many new things I haven’t seen in past animated movies, from characters to scenarios it gives the feeling of not-for-kids I’ve been looking. Everything in the screen make you feel like you were actually in the old west, almost smelling the leather of the boots.
    I’m a native spanish speaker so I could understand both sides of the dialogues, it was incredibly funny.
    The movie itself was something refreshing for me I can say, and The trailer didn’t show me everything, I’m glad I’ve actually decided to go to the movies and watch it, I wasn’t disappointed at all.

    Sadly the movie is out of theaters right now but I’m so looking for the BluRay.

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