/// Box Office: ’300,’ ‘Peabody & Sherman’ Lift Totals, While ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Scores Record Per-Screen

March 9, 2014  |  Variety

Commanding the domestic box office, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ “300: Rises of an Empire” scored an estimated $45.1 million, of which 3D contributed a muscular 63%, with premium large-format and Imax locations grossing a combined $10.9 million. The stereo format also saw a nice resurgence this weekend with Fox-DreanWorks Animation’s family film “Mr. Peabody… Read more

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