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'Suicide Squad' Stays On Top For 3rd Week As 'Ben-Hur' Flops

'Suicide Squad' stayed on top for the third week as the big-budget and much promoted remake of 'Ben-Hur' flopped at the box office.

The 2-hour Paramount film, which cost about $100 million to make, debuted with just $11.4 million.

'Suicide Squad' earned another $20.7 million to bump its total to $262.3 million domestically and $572 million worldwide. 'Sausage Party' placed second with $15.3 million for $65.3 million domestically.

New releases 'War Dogs', starring Miles Teller and Jonah Hill, and the animated 'Kubo and the Two Strings' had to settle for debuts of third and fourth place, respectively.

The complete rundown of the weekend box office:

1. Suicide Squad, $20.7 million.
2. Sausage Party, $15.3 million.
3. War Dogs, $14.3 million.
4. Kubo and the Two Strings, $12.6 million.
5. Ben-Hur, $11.4 million.
6. Pete's Dragon, $11.3 million.
7. Bad Moms, $8.1 million.
8. Jason Bourne, $8 million.
9. The Secret Life of Pets, $5.8 million.
10. Florence Foster Jenkins, $4.3 million.

August 22, 2016 |

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