Safe House Barely Bumps The Vow Out of Top Box Office Spot

Entertainment Feb. 19, 2012 AT 7:56PM
Safe House Barely Bumps The Vow Out of Top Box Office Spot Credit: Entertainment Pictures

The Vow and Safe House were neck and neck at the box office this weekend, with the Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds' action flick pulling ahead by just a hair.

In their second weekends in theaters, Safe House pulled in $24 million while The Vow, starring Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams grossed $23.6 million.

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Last week, The Vow took the number 1 spot with $41.2 million and Safe House was at number 2 with $40.2 million.

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Meanwhile Nicholas Cage's Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance made its debut at number 3, banking $22 million and Josh Hutcherson's Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (in its second week) was close behind with $20 million.

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Having a not-so-great debut at the box office? Reese Witherspoon's This Means War, which was reportedly held for a week because of the anticipation for The Vow. It held down the number 5 spot with $17.5 million.

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