Posted: Aug 27, 2012
The box office’s newest movies, including Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Premium Rush and Kristen Bell’s Hit and Run, failed to make a dent in the numbers of the flick.
The Sly Stallone-fronted action movie is the fourth movie of the summer to top the rankings for more than one week.
Staying strong at No. 2 this weekend is the action flick The Bourne Legacy.
Hitting theaters next weekend is Shia LaBeouf’s Lawless and the children’s movie The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure.
- The Expendables 2Â - $13.5 million
- The Bourne LegacyÂ - $9.3 million
- ParaNormanÂ - $8.5 million
- The CampaignÂ - $7.4 million
- The Dark Knight RisesÂ -Â $7.2 million
- The Odd Life of Timothy Green -Â $7.1 million
- Premium RushÂ - $6.3 million
- 2016: Obama’s AmericaÂ - $6.2 million
- Hope SpringsÂ - $6 million
- Hit and RunÂ - $4.7 million