‘The Hunger Games’ Remains At Top In Its Second Weekend Leaving Behind ‘Good Dinosaur’

By SURABHI VERMA | 1 year ago
‘The Hunger Games’ Remains At Top In Its Second Weekend Leaving Behind ‘Good Dinosaur’
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Here comes another good news for “The Hunger Games” fans as the last film of the franchise has maintained its best existence at the box-office leaving behind the animated film “The Good Dinosaur.”

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It has been “The Hunger Games” second weekend since the movie hit theaters. Starring Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth Banks and Woody Harrelson, the film has acclaimed much eye of critics together with huge accolades.

Till date, the film has grossed 198.3 million dollars since it has been in theaters after getting released on November 20th. It has been noted that the last part of the film has, however, gained less commercial success when compared to all the other parts. The protagonist “Katniss” played by Jennifer Lawrence has been spectacular when her overall performance is assessed.

Recently the writer of “The Hunger Games” book Suzanne Collins, has written a heartfelt letter to the entire film team and gave her sincere thanks for bringing out life in all characters. As per Collins, “Having spent the last decade in Panem, it’s time to move on to other lands. But before I do, I’d like to say a tremendous thank you to everyone associated with the film franchise.”

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It has been contented that “Good Dinosaur” has kept itself at second place, getting almost 39.2 million dollars from Friday to Sunday.

At third position remains “Creed” with almost 30.1 million dollars grossing. In a statement, the executive vice president of distribution for Disney has explained happily that high quality storytelling is what the Pixar group has always come up with. This weekend’s grossing have been a live example of their excellence, reveals Dave Collins. Meanwhile, “Creed” registered itself to be a critically challenged film. Also in the row, “Spectre” maintains fourth position while “The Peanuts Movie” remains at fifth.

Ready to see “The Hunger Games” one more time then!

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Photo Source: Facebook/ Jennifer Lawrence

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