- The Possession, $9.5 million
- Lawless, $6 million
- The Words, $5 million
- The Expendables 2, $4.7 million
- The Bourne Legacy, $4 million
- ParaNorman, $3.8 million
- The Odd Life of Timothy Green, $3.6 million
- The Campaign, $3.5 million
- The Dark Knight Rises, $3.3 million
- 2016: Obama’s America, $3.3 million (Anti-Obama movie)
NFL SCORES — WEEK 1: Here are the results of this weekend’s National Football League Games (Home teams are listed in italics):
- Chicago Bears 41, Indianapolis Colts 21
- Philadelphia Eagles 17, Cleveland Browns 16
- Detroit Lions 27, St. Louis Rams 23
- New England Patriots 34, Tennessee Titans 13
- Atlanta Falcons 40, Kansas City Chiefs 24
- Minnesota Vikings 26, Jacksonville Jaguars 23 (OT)
- Washington Redskins 40, New Orleans Saints 32 — Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III (RG3), the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner, had a steller NFL debut, going 19 of 26 with 320 yards passing, two touchdowns and no interceptions as he led Washington to victory.
- New York Jets 48, Buffalo Bills 28
- Houston Texans 30, Miami Dolphins 10
- San Francisco 49ers 30, Green Bay Packers 22 — 49ers kicker David Akers made a 63-yard field goal just before half-time, tying an NFL record. The three other kickers to match the feat were Denver’s Jason Elam in 1998, New Orleans’ Tom Dempsey in 1970 and Oakland’s Sebastian Janikowski in 2011.
- Arizona Cardinals 20, Seattle Seahawks 16
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16, Carolina Panthers 10
- Denver Broncos 31, Pittsburgh Steelers 19
– Jennifer Hudson was on “Oprah’s Next Chapter” yesterday and while on the show she said that she forgave her sister’s ex husband, who killed her mother, brother and nephew.
– Alicia Keys debut a new song during her performance on “Stand Up To Cancer,” a TV special that aired on Friday raising money for cancer research. The song is called “Not Even The King.” of her upcoming “Girl On Fire” album. Watch it here.