Brave Assassinates Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

No surprise here: Brave is now the 13th Pixar movie to debut in first place at the box office. That makes Pixar 13 for 13.

Brave took in $66.7 million, more than last year's summer Pixar release Cars 2. Also, unlike Cars 2, it doesn't suck.

Speaking of movies that aren't very good, the poorly received Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter didn't even make it to second place. (That honor went to box-office champ Madagascar 3.) ALVH took in $16.5 million, not much compared to its estimated $69 million budget.

There were a couple notable limited releases — Woody Allen's To Rome With Love and indie apocalypse rom-com Seeking a Friend for the End of the World. The former did well, earning at least $75,000 at each of the five theaters where it screened, while the latter — which opened on 1,625 screens — averaged less than $2,500 at each.

Still, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World did crack the Top 10, with a total gross of $3.8 million. It could be worse, but ... not by much.

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