The Weekend Box Office Top 10 (3/30/14)Loading
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    1. "Noah," $44 million ($33.6 million international).

    "Noah," which also stars Jennifer Connelly and Emma Watson, also sailed smoothly in 22 international markets, such as Russia and Australia, earning $33.6 million abroad.

    "Noah" is the latest faith-centric film to win over audiences this year. Others include the independently released "God's Not Dead," which earned $9 million in its second outing this weekend, and "Son of God," whose domestic total now stands at $57.9 million since opening last month.

    Niko Tavernise | Niko Tavernise
  • MUPPETS MOST WANTED
    3. "Muppets Most Wanted," $11.4 million.

    "Muppets Most Wanted," the globe-trotting Muppet sequel from Disney featuring Tina Fey and Ricky Gervais, captured third place with $11.4 million in its second weekend. The latest Muppet caper's total domestic haul is now at $33.2 million.

    Jay Maidment | Disney Enterprises, Inc.
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    4. "Mr. Peabody and Sherman," $9.5 million ($17.8 million international).

    20th Century Fox's animated "Mr. Peabody and Sherman" has held better than anticipated. In its fourth week of release, the film slid to fourth with $9.5 million.

    DreamWorks Animation
  • "God's Not dead"
    5. "God's Not Dead," $9 million.

    "God's Not Dead" continued its strong performance, made to appeal specifically to faith-based audiences. It held the fifth spot again this week with an even $9 million, despite playing on just 780 screens.

    "God's Not Dead"
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    6. "The Grand Budapest Hotel," $8.9 million.

    "The Grand Budapest Hotel" continued to pack theaters in limited release. Expanding from 66 to 304 screens last week helped it jump one spot to No. 6. It earned $8.9 million in its fourth week of release.

    Fox Searchlight | Fox Searchlight
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    7. "Sabotage," $5.3 million.

    The weekend's other major new release, "Sabotage," flopped in the seventh spot with $5.3 million. The Open Road action flick starring Arnold Schwarzenegger is the latest failure for the former California governor, whose "The Last Stand" and "Escape Plan" were box-office duds last year.

    Blake Tyers
  • NEED FOR SPEED
    8. "Need for Speed," $4.3 million ($13.3 million international).

    Starring "Breaking Bad" alum Aaron Paul, Disney's street racer thrill, "Need for Speed," based on the popular EA Entertainment video game, took a detour and dropped two spots to No. 8, earning $4.3 million.

    Melinda Sue Gordon | DreamWorks
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    9. "300: Rise of an Empire," $4.3 million ($8.8 million international).

    Warner Bros.' warrior drama "300: Rise of an Empire," the 3-D sequel to the original, 2007's "300," barely clinched a spot in the top 10 with $4.3 million after debuting at No. 1 in its opening weekend.

    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Picture | Warner Bros. Pictures
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    10. "Non-Stop," $4.1 million.

    The Universal Pictures thriller "Non-Stop," starring Liam Neeson and "12 Years a Slave" Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong'o, earned $4.1 million to round out the top 10.

    Myles Aronowitz | Myles Aronowitz
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