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Will Smith & Margot Robbie Team Up to Sweep at the Box Office

Warner Bros.' Focus, starring Will Smith as a con artist and Margot Robbie as his protege, debuts at #1 among the Top 10 grossing films domestically. Only two other films bow in the Top 15, but some recently nominated and winning films enjoy post-Oscar surges.

Still Alice, which earned Julianne Moore Best Actress in a Leading Role, finally broke into the Top 10, Fox's Birdman, which won Best Picture saw a 125% increase in ticket sales, and Whiplash and The Theory of Everything re-entered the Top 20 21 and 17 weeks since release, respectively.

1. Focus (Warner Bros.) $19m 3,323/$5,748 avg. (debut)
2. Kingsman: The Secret Service (Fox) $12m 3,282/$3,580 avg. (week 3)
3. The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (Paramount) $11m 3,467/$3,230 avg. (week 4)
4. Fifty Shades of Grey (Universal) $11m 3,383/$3,230 avg. (week 3)
5. The Lazarus Effect (Relativity) $11m 2,666/$3,976 avg. (debut)
6. McFarland, USA (Buena Vista) $7.8m 2,765/$2,820 avg. (week 2)
7. American Sniper (Warner Bros.) $7.7m 2,914/$2,642 avg. (week 10)
8. The DUFF (Lionsgate) $7.2m 2,622/$2,727 avg. (week 2)
9. Still Alice (Sony Classics) $2.7m 1,318/$2,045 avg. (week 7)
10. Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (Paramount) $2.4m 2,901/$827 avg. (week 2)

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