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"Gravity" was the #1 movie at the box office for a third week in a row, after earning another $31 million. None of the other movies even came close to touching that this weekend. "Captain Phillips" and "Carrie" fought it out for second place, but ultimately TOM HANKS' pirate movie just edged out the horror remake, $17.3 million to $17 million. And "Escape Plan" came in 5th place with $9.8 million . . . while "The Fifth Estate" made a measly $1.7 million at #8. Here are this week's Top 10 movies:
1. "Gravity", $31 million. Up to $171 million in its 3rd week.
2. "Captain Phillips", $17.3 million. Up to $53.3 million in its 2nd week
3. (NEW) "Carrie", $17 million.
4. "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2", $10.1 million. Up to $93.1 million in its 4th week.
5. (NEW) "Escape Plan", $9.8 million.
6. "Prisoners", $2.1 million. Up to $57.3 million in its 5th week.
7. "Enough Said", $1.8 million. Up to $10.8 million in its 5th week.
8. (NEW) "The Fifth Estate", $1.7 million.
9. "Runner Runner", $1.6 million. Up to $17.5 million in its 3rd week.
10. "Insidious Chapter 2", $1.5 million. Up to $80.9 million in its 6th week.
Earlier this month, Future conducted a controversial interview with Billboard, where he negatively compared his upcoming Honest album to Drake's Nothing Was the Same, commenting that the Toronto rapper's project "is full of hits but it doesn’t grab you. They’re not possessive; they don’t make you feel the way I do." Whether or not those comments -- which Future insisted were misquoted -- had anything to do with it, Drizzy has reportedly dropped the rapper from his 39-city Would You Like A Tour? outing.
According to the New York Post's Page Six, Drake wanted Future removed from the roster, which also includes Miguel. "He told his agent either Future gets fired, or he’ll fire him," a source revealed.
After Future was fired, there were reportedly negotiations to get him back on the bill. However, Future is said to have responded by filing a $1.5 million lawsuit this week against Drake, since he was expected to earn about $40,000 per show on the tour.