Weekend Report, February 19, 2013

Identity Thief and Safe Haven very nearly stole John McClane's thunder. A Good Day to Die Hard, while still #1 for the weekend, failed to meet studio projections, while its more female-skewing competition looked very strong. The fifth installment in Bruce Willis' Die Hard series performed far better than this year's offerings from Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone, but this is clear indication that the Planet Hollywood braintrust is no longer a sure bet at the box office.

A Good Day to Die Hard: $25M
John Moore
Paradigm - Rand Holston

Bruce Willis
CAA - David O'Connor

Jai Courtney
UTA - Shani Rosenzweig
The Collective - Sam Maydew


Identity Thief: $23.4M
Seth Gordon
WME - Theresa Kang
Brillstein Entertainment Partners - Brad Petrigala & Missy Malkin

Melissa McCarthy
CAA - Jason Heyman
The Schiff Co. - Christian Donatelli

Jason Bateman
CAA - Rick Kurtzman


Safe Haven: $21.4M
Lasse Hallstrom
UTA - Tracey Jacobs

Josh Duhamel
ICM Partners - Lorrie Bartlett
John Carrabino Management

Julianne Hough
CAA - Nick Styne


Escape From Planet Earth: $16.1M
Brendan Fraser
CAA - Tracy Brennan
Brillstein Entertainment Partners - JoAnne Colonna

Rob Corddry
WME - Doug Lucterhand
Principato Young Entertainment - Peter Principato

Jessica Alba
WME - Phillip Sun
3 Arts - Michael Rotenberg


Warm Bodies: $9M
Jonathan Levine
CAA - Craig Gering

Nicholas Hoult
UTA - Billy Lazarus
42 (U.K.) - Kate Buckley

Teresa Palmer
WME - George Freeman
Management 360 - David Seltzer
Shanahan Management (AU) - Ann Churchill Brown



Source: Box Office Mojo