Monday, June 3, 2013

Weekend Box Office

  1. Fast & Furious 6- $35.1 million / $171.0 million total
  2. Now You See Me- $29.2 million (new)
  3. After Earth- $27.5 million (new)
  4. Star Trek Into Darkness- $16.7 million / $181.5 million total
  5. Epic- $16.6 million / $65.3 million total
  6. The Hangover Part III- $16.3 million / $88.5 million total
  7. Iron Man 3- $8.4 million / $385.1 million total
  8. The Great Gatsby- $6.5 million / $128.5 million total
  9. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani- $1.5 million (new)
  10. Mud- $1.2 million / $16.8 million total
Further down:
  • Frances Ha- $0.5 / $1.5 million total- It ranks as Noah Baumbach's fourth highest grossing film to date.  The Greta Gerwig charmer (which I loved) will easily rake in more than Margot at the Wedding, with a fighting chance at beating Greenberg's numbers; catching up to his all time The Squid & the Whale's $7+ million might be trickier, especially without the benefit of award time specialty play.
  • Before Midnight- $0.4 / $0.7 total- With a per-screen average of $10,000+ plus in its second weekend in limited engagement, it's a healthy number, if not crazy considering how well it opened last weekend.  Hang on there...
  • What Maisie Knew- $0.1 /$0.5- This Julianne Moore starrer based on the Henry James novel has performed well in teeny-tiny limited release, but with a per-screen average of less than $2,000, it may not have what it takes to cross the illustrious $1 million mark.
  • Stories We Tell- $0.1 / $0.9- Sarah Polley's beautiful family album documentary is nearing the $1 million mark...a great run for a documentary.  The bigger question mark is whether awards at the end of the year will follow?
  • The Place Beyond the Pines- $0.08 / $21.1 million total- Like Mud, this Ryan Gosling indie has been the specialized movie of the spring.  It's grosses are nearly over theatrically, but over $20 million in the can is a great number.
  • The East- $0.07 (new)- This politically thriller that stars Ellen Page, Brit Marling, Alexander Skarsgaard and Patricia Clarkson won the per-screen average game of the weekend, netting $19,000 on four screens.
  • The Kings of Summer- $0.05 (new)- This coming of age Sundance hit opened on four screens for a decent $14,000 average.

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