'Real Steel' may be your typical underdog tale (aside from the giant robots), but it didn't behave like an underdog at the box office. Hugh Jackman's brawling-'bots saga came out swinging and easily knocked all rivals out of contention, surprising no one with its estimated $27.3 million victory. George Clooney's Oscar-baiting drama 'The Ides of March' also did about as well as expected, debuting in second place with an estimated $10.4 million.
Real Steel
Based on 34 critics

A boxing promoter (Hugh Jackman) and his son build a championship contender for the robot ring. Read More

The Ides of March
Based on 43 critics

A press secretary becomes involved in a scandal that threatens his candidate's election chances. Read More