Except for "Mobsters," starring a quartet of young heartthrobs, none of the other new films opening over the weekend made a dent at the box-office. "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" kept its strong arm on first place for the fourth week--its ticket sales taking only an expected 27% drop. "Mobsters" collected a soft $6 million in its debut weekend, while "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey" took a grim 48% drop. "Boyz N the Hood" continued strong with the highest per-screen average of the Top Five films.
Among new movies: "The Doctor," starring William Hurt, did a healthy $165,000 on only six screens. New movies in wide release fared poorly, however: Kathleen Turner's "V.I. Warshawski" in 11th place, $3.6 million on 1,133 screens; Mel Brooks' "Life Stinks," in 12th place, $1.9 million on 865 screens; and the Richard Pryor-Gene Wilder comedy "Another You," in 13th place, $1.5 million on 1,286 screens