Box Office Battle: ’50/50′ vs. ‘What’s Your Number?’ (POLL)

Box Office Battle: '50/50' vs. 'What's Your Number?'

Our Box Office Battle this week is all about numbers!

On one end, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen and Anna Kendrick team up for 50/50, while on the other end, Anna Faris and Chris Evans lead a star-studded cast in What's Your Number?

Haven't decided which one to watch this weekend? Here's what they're all about:

50/50 is a dramedy in which JGL's character, Adam, is suddenly diagnosed with cancer and watches everyone around him deal with the news and his treatment in different ways. Rogen plays Kyle, the best friend who sticks with him through it all, while Kendrick plays Dr. Katherine, Adam's young and inexperienced therapist.

In What's Your Number?, Ally (Faris) enlists the help of her neighbor, Colin (Evans), to find her true love by revisiting the last 20 men she had relationships with. Will she find The One?

Both films have created a big buzz for movie-goers, making it hard to choose only one to watch between the two.

However, let's not forget another film being released today -- Dream House! Rachel Weisz, Daniel Craig and Naomi Watts star in the horror film, in which strange things begin happening to a couple (Craig and Weisz) who moves into a new home with their two daughters. Will (Craig) discovers that a family was murdered in the house and enlists the help of Ann (Watts) to uncover the truth about the horrifying events.

Check out the Dream House trailer below!

Which new film are you most excited to watch? Vote in our poll and hit the comments to share with us!

 

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  • danielleakame
    danielleakame

    i saw 50/50 and whats your number. both were great!

  • James Sartain
    James Sartain

    Bunraku and Margaret should have been released years ago and it is a disgrace that not only have they been needlessly delayed but they are both only getting a limited release. They both have stellar casts (Bunraku – Josh Hartnett, Ron Perlman, Demi Moore, Woody Harrelson) (Margaret – Anna Paquin, Matt Damon, Mark Ruffalo, Matthew Broderick, Allison Janney, Jean Reno) and shouldn’t go unnoticed by the public when they finally come out. I am fed up with the gorgeous and talented Bryce Dallas Howard always playing villains now and being typecast after her roles in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, The Help and 50/50.