“Think Like A Man” is no. 1 at box office this weekend!
The relationship comedy “Think Like a Man” wooed moviegoers away from “The Hunger Games” at the box office this weekend, marking the first time in four weeks the teen blockbuster hasn’t come in at No. 1.
“Think Like A Man” raked in a strong $33 million, according to an estimate from distributor Sony Pictures. H
Moviegoers who saw “Think Like a Man” — a largely female crowd, 62% of whom were 30 or older — loved the film, assigning it an average grade of A, according to market research firm CinemaScore.
The strong opening for “Think Like a Man,” based on a relationship advice book by Steve Harvey, is good news for Sony’s Screen Gems label, which spent only about $13 million to produce the film.