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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Box Office RESULTS




Weekend Box Office 
August 29, 2014 - September 1, 2014 


TWLWTitleStudioWeekendTheatersTotalWeek
11Guardians of the GalaxyWalt Disney Pictures
$22,178,000
3,462
$280,475,000
5
22Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesParamount Pictures
$15,700,000
3,543
$166,360,000
4
33If I StayWarner Bros. Pictures, MGM
$11,600,000
3,003
$32,162,000
2
44Let's Be Cops20th Century Fox
$10,550,000
3,010
$59,671,521
3
5-As Above, So BelowLegendary Pictures, Universal Pictures
$10,300,000
2,640
$10,300,000
1
6-The November ManRelativity Media
$10,200,000
2,777
$11,890,000
1
75When the Game Stands TallTriStar Pictures (Sony)
$8,000,000
2,673
$18,670,000
2
87The GiverThe Weinstein Company
$6,867,000
2,805
$33,140,000
3
99The Hundred-Foot JourneyDreamWorks Pictures
$6,328,000
1,918
$41,123,000
4
106The Expendables 3Lionsgate
$4,550,000
2,564
$34,189,049
3
1111LucyUniversal Pictures
$3,491,000
1,293
$118,570,000
6
12-CantinflasLionsgate, Pantelion Films
$3,225,000
382
$3,225,000
1



With Labor Day taking place yesterday, it signified the end of the summer, at least as far as the box office is considered, and it's official that the James Gunn-directed Guardians of the Galaxy from Marvel Studios is not only the big winner of the summer in terms of domestic box office, but it's now also the highest grossing movie of the year in North America!


"Guardians" had another great weekend at #1 with the largest increase from last weekend thanks to the four-day weekend and most Americans being off school and work on Monday. Its estimated $22.2 million weekend gross was up 29% from last weekend's return to first place but it really only needed Friday to surpass the $260 million domestic gross ofCaptain America: The Winter Soldier, previously the highest grossing movie of the year domestically. By Monday, James Gunn's ensemble outer space epic had grossed $280 million domestically and it's well on its way becoming the only movie of 2014 (so far) to cross the $300 million mark. This gives Marvel and Walt Disney Studios the bragging rights of having the top two highest-grossing movies (domestically) of the year.


(Check back later for the international box office for Guardians of the Galaxy and other movies.)


Paramount's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, starring Megan Fox, continued its run at #2 with $15.7 million over the four-day weekend (down 6% from last week's three-day weekend) with a domestic total of $166.4 after four weeks in theaters.


As has been the trend for August, the new movies had to settle for lower placement openings as third and fourth place were once again held by returning movies If I Stay (Warner Bros.), starring Chloe Grace Moretz, and Let's Be Cops (20th Century Fox), starring Damon Wayans Jr. and Jake Johnson. 


After opening in third place last weekend, the young adult drama If I Stay did just that, retaining third place with $11.6 million (over four days) for a running total of $32.2 million. The police comedy Let's Be Cops also held its place in fourth with $10.6 million to bring its own total to $59.7 million. Being that the two movies were produced for $11 and 17 million respectively, they're both proving profitable, showing that a studio doesn't have to spend a fortune to have a moderate hit.


Although we don't have a reported budget for the found footage horror film As Above/So Below (Legendary/Universal), one can only imagine it didn't cost that much and is likely to have made back its budget this weekend despite a poor opening. After making $3.2 million on Friday in 2,640 theaters, it ended up with $8.6 million over the three days and $10.3 million over four days, roughly $3,910 per location. With a "C-" CinemaScore, it's not likely this movie will last very long moving into September.


Pierce Brosnan's return to the spy action-thriller genre with The November Man (Relativity Media), directed by Roger Donaldson, didn't fare much better with $10.2 million in slightly more theaters. Having opened early on Wednesday, it has grossed $11.9 million in its first six days of business.


The football drama When the Game Stands Tall (Sony/Tristar) dropped to seventh place with $8 million for the four-day weekend, down 5%, as it brought its total to $18.7 million. 


It was followed in eighth place by the Lois Lowry adaptation The Giver (The Weinstein Company) with $6.9 million with the Helen Mirren-starring The Hundred-Foot Journey (DreamWorks) remaining in ninth place with $6.3 million. The former has amassed $33 million while the latter has scored $41 million. 


The disappointing action three-quel The Expendables 3 (Lionsgate) wrapped up the Top 10 with $4.5 million and $34.2 million total.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Box office: RESULTS August 8, 2014 - August 10, 2014





TWLWTitleStudioWeekendTheatersTotalWeek
1-Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesParamount Pictures
$65,575,105
3,845
$65,575,105
1
21Guardians of the GalaxyWalt Disney Pictures
$42,124,922
4,088
$176,515,761
2
3-Into the StormNew Line Cinema (Warner Bros.)
$18,015,000
3,434
$18,015,000
1
4-The Hundred-Foot JourneyDreamWorks Pictures
$10,979,290
2,023
$10,979,290
1
52LucyUniversal Pictures
$9,488,805
3,147
$97,511,610
3
6-Step Up All InSummit Entertainment (Lionsgate)
$6,469,857
2,072
$6,469,857
1
74HerculesMGM, Paramount Pictures
$5,746,891
2,896
$63,508,138
3
83Get on UpUniversal Pictures
$5,195,150
2,469
$23,109,760
2
95Dawn of the Planet of the Apes20th Century Fox
$4,334,532
2,306
$197,768,156
5
106Planes: Fire & RescueWalt Disney Pictures
$2,451,526
2,280
$52,982,854
4
117The Purge: AnarchyUniversal Pictures
$2,285,060
1,602
$68,533,360
4
1210A Most Wanted ManRoadside Attractions (Lionsgate)
$2,229,000
808
$10,441,000
3


Despite horrendous reviews going into the weekend, the Michael Bay-produced reintroduction of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Paramount), starring Megan Fox, Will Arnett, William Fichtner, scored big at the box office this weekend, taking in an estimated $65 million from 3,845 North American theaters. That's the fourth-biggest August opening behind last week's Guardians of the Galaxy record-setter, previous record holder The Bourne Ultimatum and 2001's Rush Hour 2. The Turtles added another $28.7 million from its overseas openings for a global opening total of $93.7 million.

With a reported budget of $125 million, it probably won't be much of a surprise that Paramount has already announced a sequel to the movie, which will once again be produced by Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes partners Andrew Form and Brad Fuller with a screenplay written by Josh Appelbaum & André Nemec. There's no word whether director Jonathan Liebesman will return, but they already have a release date of June 3, 2016 picked out for the sequel. This means that it will open the same weekend as Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's R-rated animated comedy Sausage Party and one week after both X-Men: Apocalypse from Fox and Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass from Disney.

Marvel Studios' latest blockbuster, the James Gunn-directed outer space adventure Guardians of the Galaxy, starring Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista and more, tried but failed to hold the top spot against the Turtles, dropping to second place with $41.5 million, down 56%. It has grossed $176 million domestically since opening last weekend, which means it will be pulling ahead of the domestic grosses of the original Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger in the next few days. More importantly, it has grossed $313 million globally in its first ten days. It added another $40.1 million overseas this weekend where it opened in Australia, New Zealand, India and other territories with $30 million of the "Guardians'" global take so far accredited to its worldwide IMAX release.

Hoping to interest some of the teen and older viewers not interested in mutant turtles or space-faring raccoons, New Line released the giant tornado disaster flick Into the Storm, starring Richard Armitage, Sarah Wayne Callies, Matt Walsh and more. While it was never expected to be a huge breakout summer hit, it still was able to take in about $18 million in 3,434 theaters, averaging $5,242 per site.

Opening in the fewest theaters of the new releases, the Helen Mirren-starring The Hundred-Foot Journey (DreamWorks), a France-based food-lover's dramedy based on the novel by Richard Morais, opened adequately with $11.1 million in 2,023 theaters. With an "A" CinemaScore, it has a good chance of building on that with its older targeted audience.

Luc Besson's sci-fi action thriller Lucy, starring Scarlett Johansson, dropped to fifth place with $9.3 million (down 49%). With a three-week take of $97.3 million, it should become the 20th movie of the year to cross the $100 million sometime in the coming week.

The fourth installment of the dance franchise Step Up All In (Summit) continued to show the series' diminishing returns with the weakest opening yet, $6.6 million in 2,072 theaters. That's half the amount made opening weekend by the previous installment, Step Up Revolution two years ago and this should finally put the nail in the coffin of the once popular series.

Dwayne Johnson and Brett Ratner's Hercules (Paramount/MGM) captured seventh place with $5.7 million, which brings its three-week gross to $63.5 million. With a reported budget of $100 million, it's fully relying on its international release to recoup its budget and turn a profit.

Despite receiving an "A" CinemaScore last week, the James Brown biopic Get On Up, starring Chadwick Boseman, Nelsan Ellis, Octavia Spencer and Viola Davis, fell hard in its second weekend, dropping 63% to eighth place with $5 million over the weekend and $23 million total.

20th Century Fox's sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes took ninth place with $4.4 million as it edges closer to becoming the sixth movie of the summer to cross $200 million with $197.8 million grossed so far.

Walt Disney Pictures' animated sequel Planes: Fire & Rescue wrapped up the Top 10 with $2.4 million and $52.9 million in four weeks. That's behind the $70.8 million grossed by the original movie over the same period of time.


Heres something extra for the delay. Sorry for the wait !


Saturday, August 09, 2014

In theaters NOW



Whats good world ??? Here's the latest movies in theaters. Not a whole bunch to choose from, but thats to be expected as we approach the end of the summer. We'll have the box office results on monday. See ya then !! 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles


  • AUGUST 8, 2014
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 41 min
  • Action/Adventure
    Family
Paramount Pictures and Michael Bay present this reboot of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise with Wrath of the Titans' helmer Jonathan Liebesmandirecting. The sinister Shredder has seized control of New York City's police and politicians, leaving his ruthless Foot Clan to spread chaos in the streets. With no prospects for salvation in sight, mutant crime-fighters Raphael, Leonardo , Donatello, and Michaelangelo leap into action. They put up a fierce fight, too, though in order to truly defeat Shredder, the heroes in a half shell will need the help of courageous reporter April O'Neil (Megan Fox) and her quick witted cameraman Vern Fenwick (Will Arnett) as well. With their help, Shredder's plan will quickly unravel, and this once-great city will rise again. 

INTO THE STORM 


  • AUGUST 8, 2014
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 29 min
  • Action/Adventure
    Suspense/Thriller
Fearless storm-chasers brave impossible odds in their quest to collect data on an unprecedented super-storm that unleashes multiple tornados on a small town as the terrified locals race for shelter. Richard Armitage (The Hobbit trilogy), Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead), and Matt Walsh star in this tense tale of Mother Nature's fury. 

The Hundred-Foot Journey 



  • AUGUST 8, 2014
  • PG , 2 hr 2 min
  • Comedy
    Drama
An Indian teen in France goes to work for his father's culinary adversary in this drama based on the bestselling novel by Richard C. Morais. Put young Hassan Kadam (Manish Dayal) in a kitchen, and he's bound to emerge with a dish that will dazzle. When Hassan's family is forced to move from their native India, his Papa (Om Puri) relocates to a peaceful hamlet in Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val in the south of France. Determined to give his new neighbors a little taste of home, Papa decides to open an Indian restaurant in the village, and names it Maison Mumbai. Meanwhile, across the street at the traditional French restaurant Le Saule Pleureu, uptight proprietor Madame Mallory (Helen Mirren) doesn't exactly welcome the competition. When Madame Mallory ignites a bitter feud that quickly escalates, the only hope for a peaceful resolution lies in Hassan's talent for French haute cuisine, and his growing affections for Mme. Mallory's pretty young sous chef Marguerite (Charlotte Le Bon). Subsequently impressed by Hassan's undeniable culinary talents, Mme. Mallory agrees to become Hassan's mentor, in the process providing the perfect creative environment where his unique fusion cuisine can thrive. Lasse Hallström directs a film produced by Steven Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey, and Juliet Blake. 

STEP UP: ALL IN


  • AUGUST 8, 2014
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 52 min
  • Drama
    Music/Performing Arts
A ragtag dance troupe compete to win a lucrative three-year contract at a Las Vegas casino in this installment of the energetic dance-movie franchise. 

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