Box Office: '2016: Obama's America' tops all new releases

2016-obamas-america.jpgThe box office was fairly quiet for Friday, Aug. 24, but in a surprising turn of events, the conservative documentary titled "2016: Obama's America" beat out other new releases "Premium Rush" and "The Apparition" to lead all new movies.

However, "The Expendables 2" still remained on top of the box office, earning $3.9 million Friday night, followed by "The Bourne Legacy" at $2.7 million and "ParaNorman" at $2.3 million. "2016" was fourth with $2.26 million.

Kids movies "ParaNormal" and "The Odd Life of Timothy Green" had just over $2 million each on Friday, which pushed both movies past the $20 million-mark, while "The Dark Knight Rises," which is still playing in over 2600 theaters nationwide, has totaled over $417 million domestically.

The full box office report:

"The Expendables 2," $3.9 million
"The Bourne Legacy," $2.7 million
"ParaNorman," $2.3 million
"2016: Obama's America," $2.26 million
"The Campaign," $2.2 million
"The Odd Life of Timothy Green," $2 million
"The Dark Knight Rises," $2 million, $417 million total
"Premium Rush," $1.98 million
"Hope Springs," $1.7 million
"Hit and Run," $1.4 million
"Sparkle," $1.2 million
"The Apparition," $1.18 million

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