"Trouble With the Curve" didn't hit a home run at the box office.
The new Clint Eastwood movie co-starring Amy Adams and Justin Timberlake took in $4.1 million on Fri., Sept. 21, according to TheWrap. The movie is projected to make around $12.6 million for the weekend, but it hasn't been a hit with critics.
"If 'Moneyball' was made completely wrong, and written by someone who didn't know baseball, it just might have been 'Trouble With the Curve,'" Jim Slotek said in a Jam! Showbiz review.
Jennifer Lawrence's "The House At The End of the Street" made $4.6 million, taking first place on Friday, according to EW. Jake Gyllenhaal's "End Of Watch" also pulled in $4.6 million.
EW reports "Finding Nemo" came in third place with $2.4 million.
The "Judge Dredd" reboot, "Dredd 3D," opened with $2.1 million viewers.
For more "Trouble With the Curve," check out Huffington Post's Mike Ryan's 25 questions about the flick.
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