Watch out, upcoming 'Dirty Dancing' remake and 'Rock of Ages'; if this week's box office is any indication, the '80s nostalgia wave is over. Last week's winner, 'Real Steel,' beat all three newcomers, including reboots of two Reagan Era titles. According to Sunday's studio estimates, the robot-boxing saga edged out the re-do of 'Footloose' and beat the tar out of horror prequel 'The Thing.' Meanwhile, not even a trio of comic heavyweights could make a birdwatching comedy fly, so 'The Big Year' debuted in ninth place with a paltry $3.3 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 Thing
Based on 31 critics

Arctic researchers battle an alien organism that assumes the shape of its victims. Read More

Based on 35 critics

A rebellious teen (Kenny Wormald) challenges a town's ban on loud music and dancing. Read More

The Big Year
Based on 29 critics

Three men take part in a prestigious contest to see who can spot the most bird species in one year. Read More