Saturday, March 15, 2014

The Box Office

Whoa, look who's on top.

1). Mr. Peabody And Sherman (FOX), 3,951 theaters (+17) / $5.5M Fri. / $9.5M Sat. (+75%) / $6.2M Sun. (-35%) / 3-day cume: $21.2M (-34%) / Per screen: $5,445 / Total cume: $63.3M to $63.8M / Wk 2

2). 300: Rise Of An Empire (WB), 3,490 theaters (+20) / $5.7M Fri./$7.8M to $8.1M Sat. (+38%) / $5.1M Sun. (-35%) 3-day cume: $18.6M to $18.8M (-58%) / Per screen: $5,420 / Total cume: $77.8M to $78.1M / Wk 2

3). Need For Speed (DIS), 3,315 theaters / $6.6M Fri./ $6.6M Sat. (0%) / $3.9M Sun. (-40%) / 3-day cume: $17.3M / Per screen: $5,400 / Wk 1

4). Non-Stop (UNI), Wk 3/ 3,183 theaters (+70) / $3.19M Fri./ $4.6M Sat. (+47%) / $2.6M Sun. (-44%) / 3-day cume: $10.5M (-34%) / Per screen: $3,390 / Total cume: $68.6M to $68.8M / Wk 3

5). Tyler Perry’s Single Mom’s Club (LGF), 1,896 theaters / $3.2M Fri./ $3.2M Sat. (0%) / $1.8M Sun. (-42%) / 3-day cume: $8.3M / Per screen: $4,378 / Wk 1

6). The Lego Movie (WB), 3,040 theaters (-250) / $2M Fri. / $3.3M Sat. (+62%) / $2.18M Sun. (-35%) / 3-day cume: $7.5M to $7.6M (-29%) / Total cume: $236.8M / Wk 6

7). Son Of God (FOX), 2,990 theaters (-281) / $1.4M Fri./ $2.2M Sat. (+52%) / $1.76M Sun. (-20%) / 3-day cume: $5.4M+ (-48%) / Per screen: $1,840 / Total cume $50.8M / Wk 3

8). The Grand Budapest Hotel (FSL) / 66 theaters (+62) / $1M Fri./ $1.4M Sat. (+360%) / $1.1M Sun. (-20) / 3-day cume: $3.6M (+349%) Per screen: $55,152 / Total cume $4.8M / Wk 2

9). Frozen (DIS), 1,466 theaters (-194) / $520K Fri./ $925K Sat. (+76%) / $560M Sun. (-35%) / 3-day cume: $2M (-30%) / Per screen: $1,390 / Total cume: $396.3M / Wk 17

10). Veronica Mars (WB), 291 theaters / $1M Fri. / $617K Sat. (-39%) / $375K Sun. (-40%) / 3-day cume: $2M / Per screen: $6,837 to $7120 / Wk 1

The Mojo remarks:

... Mr. Peabody & Sherman took third place with $5.45 million. That's a light 32 percent drop from last weekend, which suggests Peabody is getting strong word-of-mouth among family audiences. The DreamWorks Animation movie will take first place for the weekend with as much as $23 million. ...

2 comments:

Kenneth Elliott said...

At this point, is there any chance of Frozen becoming the # 1 animated film, surpassing TS3?

Justin said...

It is possible. Frozen opened #1 in Japan this weekend with the largest opening ever for an animated film in Japan. Frozen needs to pull another $37 million from Japan and other markets to pass Toy Story 3.

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