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Monday March 19, 2012 2:43 am

Box Office Breakdown: Hill-Tatum Bromance Gets the Jump on The Lorax

21 Jump Street

It took a few weeks, but a new film has finally pushed The Lorax off its perch at number one: 21 Jump Street.

The reimagined film adaptation of the popular 80's television series of the same name, 21 Jump Street took in $35 million at the box office this weekend, well ahead of the $22.8 million last week's top film -- The Lorax -- earned. Disney's latest live-action film John Carter was bumped back one spot from last week, landing at number 3 with $13.5 million. The party hard film from the folks behind The Hangover, Project X, fell one spot to number 4 with $4 million while Eddie Murphy's A Thousand Words took the fifth spot with $3.8 million in its second week.

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1. 21 Jump Street, Sony, $35,000,000 (avg. $11,214)
2. Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, Universal, $22,800,000 (avg. $6,049)
3. John Carter, Buena Vista, $13,515,000 (avg. $3,605)
4. Project X, Warner Bros., $4,005,000 (avg. $1,371)
5. A Thousand Words, Paramount/DreamWorks, $3,750,000 (avg. $1,979)
6. Act of Valor, Relativity, $3,678,000 (avg. $1,330)
7. Safe House, Universal, $2,800,000 (avg. $1,458)
8. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Warner Bros., $2,460,000 (avg. $1,271)
9. Casa De Mi Padre, Lions Gate, $2,200,000 (avg. $5,759)
10. This Means War, Fox, $2,125,000 (avg. $1,280)



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