Not a bad weekend at the Box Office Towelites. Seems, everyone was into world-discovering animated cave people, and Gerard Butler and Aaron Eckhart saving the White House. The Croods raked in $44mil and Antoine Fuqua‘s, Olympus Has Fallen, managed a solid $30mil opening weekend! Not too shabby at all, though nothing compared to last March’s, Hunger Games, which beat both of those combined.

The big loser was Tina Fey and Paul Rudd‘s, Admission, it barely touched the Top 5 with $6mil. Audiences just didn’t really care what they had to say I guess. Rounding out the rest of the Box Office were Identity Thief and Snitch, which will be a good transition for Dwayne Johnson; as next week will be G.I. Joe: Retaliation. I think we all know that film is due to make a TON of money.

 Title Weekend Total
1.  The Croods $44,700,000 $44.7
2.  Olympus Has Fallen $30,500,000 $30.5
3.  Oz the Great and Powerful $22,031,700 $177.5
4.  The Call $8,700,000 $30.9
5.  Admission $6,445,000 $6.4
6.  Spring Breakers $5,000,000 $5.4
7.  The Incredible Burt Wonderstone $4,275,000 $17.3
8.  Jack the Giant Slayer $2,965,000 $59
9.  Identity Thief $2,500,000 $127.6
10.  Snitch $1,930,000 $40.3

We’ll keep you posted next week to just HOW MUCH G.I. Joe rakes in here at DFAT’s Weekend Roundup!