Box Office Numbers: Bruce Willis: The Movie

9:00 AM on 02.18.2013 // Geoff Henao

How was everybody's Valentine's Day? Are your tummies full of chocolate, roses, and romance? Bruce Willis' A Good Day to Die Hard topped this weekend's box office by edging out last week's top film, Identity Thief. Rounding out the Top 3 is Safe Haven.

You can read the rest of this weekend's box office below.

[via Rentrak]

1. A Good Day to Die Hard$25,000,000

2. Identity Thief$23,436,825

3. Save Haven$21,430,000

4. Escape from Planet Earth$16,066,000

5. Warm Bodies$9,000,000

6. Beautiful Creatures$7,460,000

7. Side Effects$6,307,000

8. Silver Linings Playbook$6,088,000

9. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters$3,470,000

10. Zero Dark Thirty$3,100,000

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