March is not notoriously known for big weekend at the Box Office and this past weekend didn’t do anything to change that. This past weekend we saw the release of the latest film from Neill Blomkamp, Chappie, and Vince Vaughn‘s comedy romp, Unfinished Business. One was #1 at the Box Office and the other premiered in the 10th spot. The title of the article should allude as to who did what.

Though, Chappie only cost $50million to make, it’s still a weak opening compared to Blomkamp’s other two films. District 9 premiered at $37.3million and Elysium took in $29.8million it’s first weekend. It’s likely that Chappie will make its money back internationally and in dvd sales; but for right now, things don’t look so good for Blomkamp.

His next film is going to be an Aliens sequel with Sigourney Weaver and Michael Biehn reprising their roles as Ripley and Hicks. Given the soft release of Chappie, I’m curious if Blomkamp will get a huge budget to work with for that film or if the studio will want to play it safer.

1. Chappie $13.3 million

2. Focus $10 million

3. The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel $8.6 million

4. Kingsman: The Secret Service $8.3 million

5. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water $7 million

6. Fifty Shades of Grey $5.6 million

7. McFarland, USA $5.3 million

8. The Lazarus Effect $5.1 million

9. The DUFF $4.9 million

10. Unfinished Business $4.8 million

This weekend, we shall see Disney’s live-action version of Cinderella. Even though, Spongebob is still making big waves at the Box Office, I’m SURE that Cinderella will be #1 as it appeals to kids and parents and grandparents; well, it’s a Disney movie so it appeals to everyone. Stay Tooned to find out just how much money it makes on the next edition of Weekend Roundup!