Top 10 movies at the Weekend box office (03/23/14)Loading
    2. "Muppets Most Wanted," $16.5 million.

    Disney's Muppets sequel "Muppets Most Wanted," with Ricky Gervais and Tina Fey, fared poorly, earning just $16.5 million over the weekend. "The Muppets," opened notably better with $29.2 million in 2011, benefiting from the high-profile reboot starring and co-written by Jason Segal.

    Jay Maidment
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    5. "God's Not Dead," $8.6 million.

    The surprise of the weekend was the strong performance of the independently released "God's Not Dead," made to appeal specifically to faith-based audiences. It came in fifth with $8.6 million, despite playing on just 780 screens.

    The performance of "God's Not Dead" further proves the strong faith-based market for movies, one historically underserved before the runaway success of Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ."

    "God's Not Dead"
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    7. "Grand Budapest Hotel," $7 million

    Expanding from 66 to 304 screens, Wes Anderson's European caper "The Grand Budapest Hotel" continued to pack theaters in limited release. It earned $6.5 million in its third week of release, with further expansion planned.

    Martin Scali
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    8. "Non-Stop," $6.3 million.

    The Liam Neeson thriller "Non-Stop" continued it's slide this week, dropping to eighth place with $6.3 million.

    9. "The Lego Movie," $4.1 million

    Warner Bros. "The Lego Movie" clings to a top 10 spot for the seventh week, coming in at No. 9 and gaining $4.1 million.

    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Picture
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