Critics already warned those hopeful for Adam Sandler's video-game-driven sci-fi comedy Pixels that it wasn't very good.
Now the box office seems to be confirming that with a dismal $24 million opening in the U.S., one of Sandler's lowest in his career. That opening weekend couldn't even muster the money to bump the week-old Ant-Man from the top slot.
Pixels, which cost about $88 million to make ($145 million including marketing, distribution, etc, etc.), doesn't seem likely to catch fire either, with critics giving it a woeful 18 percent and movie-goers a mixed 58 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
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