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‘Elysium’ Tops Box Office

Matt Damon’s “Elysium” cruised past the Jennifer Aniston-Jason Sudeikis comedy “We’re the Millers” to claim the top spot in this weekend’s box office.

“Elysium” debuted in first place with a $30.5 million take, while “We’re the Millers” took in $26.5 million in its first week.

Another debut, Disney’s “Planes”, rounded out the top three with an estimated $22.5 million.

The top ten:

“Elysium,” $30.5 million
“We’re the Millers,” $26.5 million
“Planes,” $22.5 million
“Percy Jackson” Sea of Monsters,” $14.6 million
“2 Guns,” $11.1 million
“The Smurfs 2,” $9.5 million
“The Wolverine,” $8 million
“The Conjuring,” $6.7 million
“Despicable Me 2,” $5.7 million
“Grown Ups 2,” $3.7 million

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