Ouch! Jennifer Aniston & Gerard Butler Got Beat Up By A 'Wimpy Kid!'

Sun, March 21, 2010 2:44pm EST by 11 Comments
Courtesy of Columbia Pictures

Courtesy of Columbia Pictures

The Bounty Hunter is bombing at the box office!

Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler, we have one question for you… What happened? The Bounty Hunter had so much hype, but it looks like it’s going to debut at #3 this weekend, according to Nikki Finke‘s Deadline.com. It’ll take in an estimated $20.5 million this weekend, which puts it behind Diary of a Wimpy Kid (which has a noticeable lack of A-listers) and Alice in Wonderland, which will rule the box office once again. BFFs, did you see the movie? Tells us: Why is it doing so poorly?

Vote on why you think The Bounty Hunter is bombing, or drop us a comment and speak your mind!

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Bebe

Posted at 2:09 AM on March 22, 2010  

How much did that Jolie Skank pay you to write this drivel??

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Alara

Posted at 10:23 PM on March 21, 2010  

Come on – how can you say they’re bombing at the box office – look what they’re up against in their opening week – some pretty awesome “family” movies – and you gotta know that category can be pretty mean competition – plus – it’s spring break in a lot of places – millions of kids all over north america are heading to the movies!
I haven’t seen the movie – but would love to – the trailers look fun. My son will likely drag me to see the Wimpy Kid before I get to see jen on the big screen.

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john

Posted at 9:55 PM on March 21, 2010  

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20cujo

Posted at 9:24 PM on March 21, 2010  

This movie will never make budget.

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michele

Posted at 4:47 PM on March 21, 2010  

I wouldn’t consider $21 Million opening a bomb especially for a film that’s budget was only $40 million. Fool’s Gold by the same director with Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey opened at the #1 spot with that same $21 million total and that movie cost $70 million to make in 2008. The only problem was that the Dairy of a Whimpy Kid was under-rated in it’s popularity. The movie is based on a very popular series of children’s books just like Harry Potter. Kids movies consistently rule the box office. How to Train Your Dragon will be the next #1 hit opening next weekend.

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Dawn

Posted at 3:46 PM on March 21, 2010  

Bonnie-I thought you tweeted what a fun movie it was when you were at the premiere? Hubby and I saw it.It was a fun wild ride.The audience that we were in loved it.Had positive reaction.

I think making almost 21 million on a movie that cost 40 million is a solid opening.From what I’ve been reading Nikki, you, and USWeekly are very biased when it comes to Jennifer. Didn’t see any of you calling Matt Damon’s Green Zone a bomb.Brought in 14.7 million opening weekend and cost the studio at 110 million.It just hit 24.7 million total this weekend.Also what about Oscar winner Hilary Swank’s bomb Amelia or what about Oscar winner Renee Zellweger’s New In Town? For some odd reason they get free passes from you guys.Also how about Oscar winner Bullock’s All About Steve? Did you guys write that up and run it all over your blogs?You guys seem to forget Repo Men this weekend starring Oscar winner Forrest Whitaker and Oscar nominee Jude Law .Read where it made about 6.2 million this weekend.That’s right-the weekend hon.There is no way you bloggers ever write about them? Wonder why?

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Good Points

Posted at 5:26 PM on March 21, 2010  

What is going on here? All the points about real bombs are valid plus why the personal attacks on Jen? That movie co-starred Gerard Butler. Honestly I don’t know what these writers are thinking when they write these lies. When you try to throw dirt on others, it only makes you look dirty – same w/ the lying as well. Did Jen set your house on fire? Steal your husband? You stole someone’s husband and by attacking Jen, you can now make yourself feel better b/c it’s like attacking the wife who’s husband you stole and excuse your cheating ways? What is w/ the personal unfounded and unddeserved attacks? She’s the pretty girl everyone likes and mirrors shatter when you look at it?

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20cujo

Posted at 3:44 PM on March 21, 2010  

Worst movie ever,I saw it and I will never go see another one of her movie’s again.

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Suzie Domino

Posted at 12:21 PM on March 22, 2010  

You are such a liar. Worst movie ever? You obviously did not see it and just want to hate on a woman you do not know personally.

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Since when is $20 MILLIONS a Bomb?

Posted at 3:38 PM on March 21, 2010  

Trying to trump stories on slow Sunday are we? Or are you just one of Angie’s minions at work?

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Megan

Posted at 3:16 PM on March 21, 2010  

21 million is certainly not a bomb. I saw it, twice as a matter of fact, and loved it.

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