Ender's Game Rules Box Office

Bad Grandpa still competing
By Matt Cantor,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 3, 2013 1:44 PM CST
Ender's Game Rules Box Office
This image released by Summit Entertainment shows Asa Butterfield, left, and Harrison Ford in a scene from "Ender's Game."   (AP Photo/Summit Entertainment)

Futuristic flick Ender's Game played its way to the top this weekend, though its $28 million isn't much to cheer about for Summit Entertainment, the Los Angeles Times reports; Ender aims to lead a new teen franchise, the Hollywood Reporter notes. In second place was the still-sprightly Bad Grandpa from prankster Johnny Knoxville, with $20.5 million, just a 36% drop from opening last week. Last Vegas, which sees the likes of Morgan Freeman and Robert DeNiro headed to a bachelor party, rolled a three with $16.5 million. And flying into fourth place was the 3D-animated Thanksgiving feature Free Birds. Gravity, meanwhile, landed in fifth, with $13.1 million, Entertainment Weekly reports. (Read more Ender's Game stories.)

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