The new version of the thief with bow and arrow seems to get little love and even less box office traction.
Two animated features appear to be doing well in the box office department. The Disney movie nests at #1 and the Universal-Illumination offering resides at #3:
FIVE DAYS OF (PROJECTED) BOX OFFICE MONEY
1) Wreck-It Ralph 2 -- $88.5 million -- $88.5 million
3) The Grinch -- $41 million -- $179.4 million
Meantime, the opening of a freshly-minted Robin Hood landed in 5th place and seems to be going the way of other recent Hood epics: into the trash bin of large-budget flops. The Kevin Costner offering from 1991 did brisk business in its time, but there has been little to get excited about over the ones produced since.
The industry keeps making flicks about the bandit from Sherwood Forest, and audiences keep going to other movies. (Kind of like The Three Musketeers. Newer versions keep being produced ... and failing. It's been forty-plus years since one of those did big box office.)