Box Office Winners June 27-29 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction

As expected “Transformers: Age of Extinction” took in an estimated $100 Million dollars this weekend, Friday estimates calculated an even higher return based on Friday numbers, but $100 Million is still an amazing feat. Coming in a very distant second was “22 Jump Street” with $15 Million, the domestic gross on that film is now almost $140 from a reported $50 Million dollar budget, don’t be surprised to see a “23 Jump Street” film announced soon. Coming in third is the animated adventure “How to Train Your Dragon 2” with $13 Million while last week’s winner tanked hard coming in fourth with $10 Million, “Think Like A Man Too”, meanwhile “Maleficent” has shown some incredible legs by coming in fifth with another $8 Million dollar haul, that movie has made over $200 Million so far. See the rest of the top ten list plus the biggest films of 2014 so far and the top earning production studios as well!

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: June 27-29 2014

#1 Transformers: Age of Extinction $100,000,000 (Total Gross $100,000,000)
#2 22 Jump Street $15,400,000 (Total Gross $139,837,000)
#3 How to Train Your Dragon 2 $13,100,000 (Total Gross $121,815,000)
#4 Think Like a Man Too $10,400,000 (Total Gross $48,168,000)
#5 Maleficent $8,237,000 (Total Gross $201,871,000)
#6 Jersey Boys $7,610,000 (Total Gross $27,342,000)
#7 Edge of Tomorrow $5,210,000 (Total Gross $84,155,000)
#8 The Fault in our Stars $4,800,000 (Total Gross $109,545,000)
#9 X-Men: Days of Future Past $3,300,000 (Total Gross $223,393,000)
#10 Chef $1,654,000 (Total Gross $19,410,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($257,205,000)
#2 The LEGO Movie ($256,853,726)
#3 X-Men: Days of Future Past ($223,393,000)
#4 Maleficent ($201,871,000)
#5 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($200,183,000)
#6 Godzilla ($197,085,000)
#7 Divergent ($150,348,676)
#8 Neighbors ($147,195,000)
#9 22 Jump Street ($139,837,000)
#10 Ride Along ($134,202,565)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Buena Vista (Disney) $459,076,000
#2 Warner Bros. $453,938,726
#3 Sony $340,020,000
#4 Universal $281,397,565
#5 Fox $223,393,000
#6 LionsGate/Sony $150,348,676

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