This photo released by Warner Bros. shows Johnny Depp as Will Caster in Alcon Entertainment's sci-fi thriller "Transcendence," a Warner Bros. Pictures release. (AP Photo/Alcon Entertainment-Warner Bros. Pictures, Peter Mountain, file)
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LOS ANGELES: Hollywood heart-throb Johnny Depp suffered the worst box-office debut of his career while "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" maintained its grip on North American theaters, final figures showed Monday.Despite being one of the highest paid actors in Tinseltown, Depp's star power was unable to save $100 million science-fiction thriller "Transcendence" from crashing with just $10.9 million on its opening to take fourth spot.The film, which sees Depp play a scientist who escapes death when his brain is uploaded into a huge computer, was the actor's lowest-grossing opening since 2004's "Secret Window," which took $18.2 million.The movie, which features the voices of Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway in the lead roles, took in $22.2 million in its second weekend.Kevin Costner's latest big-screen appearance -- sports drama "Draft Day" -- moved into sixth place.
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