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Box Office Breakdown: ‘Now You See Me,’ ‘After Earth’ Trail Behind

Vin Diesel in 'Fast & Furious 6'

Neither magic tricks nor an futuristic-yet-abysmal Will Smith vehicle were enough to bring Fast & Furious 6 down from its number one position. The car thriller held its own in its second week at the theaters with $34.5 million while newcomers Now You See Me and After Earth just couldn't make the cut to the top spot.

The Louis Leterrier-helmed Now You See Me placed second with $28 million while M. Night Shyamalan's After Earth debuted with $27 million (even removing Shyamalan's name from promotional material for the film couldn't guarantee a better debut). Epic stayed put at number four in its second week with $16.4 million while Star Trek Into Darkness fell two spots to number five.

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1. Fast & Furious 6, Universal, $34,538,000 (avg. $9,370)
2. Now You See Me, Lionsgate/Summit, $28,050,000 (avg. $9,590)
3. After Earth, Sony, $27,000,000 (avg. $7,939)
4. Epic, Fox, $16,400,000 (avg. $4,212)
5. Star Trek Into Darkness, Paramount, $16,400,000 (avg. $4,575)
6. The Hangover Part III, Warner Bros., $15,930,000 (avg. $4,468)
7. Iron Man 3, Disney, $8,006,000 (avg. $2,765)
8. The Great Gatsby (2013), Warner Bros., $6,265,000 (avg. $2,378)
9. Yei Jawaani Hai Deewani, Eros, $1,651,000 (avg. $10,255)
10. Mud, Roadside Attractions, $1,226,000 (avg. $2,110)



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