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Box Office Winners April 4-6 2014

Sebastian Stan stars as the Winter Soldier in Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Soldier

As expected The 1st Avenger returned to North American shores with a vengeance as ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ exploded the box office with an impressive $96.2 Million dollars. This left last week’s #1 film ‘Noah’ in the dust, ‘Noah’ dropped 61% to come in second with $17 Million, increasing it’s total domestic take to $72, certainly not enough to make back the reported production budget of $125 Million. Coming in third is the YA film ‘Divergent’ with $13 Million while ‘God’s Not Dead’ & ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ fought it out for 4th and 5th place with $7.7 and $6.3 Million respectively. Take a look at the top top ten films of the weekend plus some other interesting stats below!

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: April 4-6, 2014

#1 Captain America: The Winter Soldier $96,200,000 (Total Gross $96,200,000)
#2 Noah $17,000,000 (Total Gross $72,341,000)
#3 Divergent $13,000,000 (Total Gross $114,029,000)
#4 God’s Not Dead $7,726,000 (Total Gross $32,520,000)
#5 The Grand Budapest Hotel $6,300,000 (Total Gross $33,380,000)
#6 Muppets Most Wanted $6,285,000 (Total Gross $42,142,000)
#7 Mr. Peabody & Sherman $5,300,000 (Total Gross $102,202,000)
#8 Sabotage $1,908,000 (Total Gross $8,767,000)
#9 Need for Speed $1,836,000 (Total Gross $40,839,000)
#10 Non-Stop $1,827,000 (Total Gross $88,138,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($250,606,000)
#2 Ride Along ($133,934,000)
#3 Divergent ($114,029,000)
#4 300: Rise of An Empire ($104,003,000)
#5 Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($102,202,000)
#6 Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($96,200,000)
#7 Non-Stop ($88,138,000)
#8 The Monuments Men ($76,756,491)
#9 Noah ($72,341,000)
#10 The Nut Job ($63,489,000)

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

#1 Warner Bros. $354,609,000
#2 Universal $222,072,000
#3 LionsGate/Sony $114,029,000
#4 Fox $102,202,000
#5 Buena Vista (Disney) $96,200,000
#6 Sony $76,756,491
#7 Paramount $72,341,000
#8 Open Road Films $63,489,000

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Box Office Winners March 28-30 2014

Noah

Not necessarily a tidal wave at the box office, however “Noah” did earn $44 Million dollars this weekend, good enough for first place. Last week’s newbie “Divergent” dove 51% to come in second with $26 Million. “Muppets Most Wanted” took in another $11 Million to earn 3rd place while “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” took 4th place with $9.5 Million, meanwhile “God’s Not Dead” rounded out the top 5 with $9 Million. See the entire Top Ten list below!

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: March 28-30, 2014

#1 Noah $44,000,000 (Total Gross $44,000,000)
#2 Divergent $26,500,000 (Total Gross $95,260,000)
#3 Muppets Most Wanted $11,373,000 (Total Gross $33,210,000)
#4 Mr. Peabody & Sherman $9,500,000 (Total Gross $94,909,000)
#5 God’s Not Dead $9,075,000 (Total Gross $22,028,000)
#6 The Grand Budapest Hotel $8,825,000 (Total Gross $24,457,000)
#7 Sabotage $5,330,000 (Total Gross $5,330,000)
#8 Need for Speed $4,335,000 (Total Gross $37,753,000)
#9 300: Rise of An Empire $4,300,000 (Total Gross $101,145,000)
#10 Non-Stop $4,087,000 (Total Gross $85,167,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($248,304,000)
#2 Ride Along ($133,676,000)
#3 300: Rise of An Empire ($101,145,000)
#4 Divergent ($95,260,000)
#5 Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($94,909,000)
#6 Non-Stop ($85,167,000)
#7 The Monuments Men ($76,599,000)
#8 The Nut Job ($63,116,000)
#9 Son of God ($57,861,000)
#10 RoboCop ($57,182,279)

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

#1 Warner Bros. $349,449,000
#2 Universal $218,843,000
#3 Fox $152,770,000
#4 Sony $133,781,279
#5 LionsGate/Sony $95,260,000
#6 Open Road Films $63,116,000

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Box Office Winners March 21-23 2014

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As predicted the YA bestseller “Divergent” translated nicely onto film as it came in first with $56 Million this weekend, slightly lower than the $60 Million estimates, however impressive none the less. “Muppets Most Wanted” was a distant 2nd with $16 Million, while last week’s winner “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” came in 3rd with $11 Million. The blood and guts sequel “300: Rise of An Empire” is holding onto 4th with $8 Million while “God’s Not Dead” shocked box office pundits with an impressive 5th place showing with $8.5 Million. This is the first weekend where “Frozen” has not cracked the top 10, it is in 13th place this weekend, “Frozen” was on the top 10 list for 18 weekends in a row. See the entire list of Top Ten films this weekend below!

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: March 21-23, 2014

#1 Divergent $56,000,000 (Total Gross $56,000,000)
#2 Muppets Most Wanted $16,514,000 (Total Gross $16,514,000)
#3 Mr. Peabody & Sherman $11,700,000 (Total Gross $81,002,000)
#4 300: Rise of An Empire $8,665,000 (Total Gross $93,753,000)
#5 God’s Not Dead $8,564,000 (Total Gross $8,564,000)
#6 Need for Speed $7,781,000 (Total Gross $30,404,000)
#7 The Grand Budapest Hotel $6,750,000 (Total Gross $12,961,000)
#8 Non-Stop $6,346,000 (Total Gross $78,621,000)
#9 The LEGO Movie $4,115,000 (Total Gross $243,352,000)
#10 Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club $3,100,000 (Total Gross $12,910,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($243,352,000)
#2 Ride Along ($133,101,000)
#3 300: Rise of An Empire ($93,753,000)
#4 Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($81,002,000)
#5 Non-Stop ($78,621,000)
#6 The Monuments Men ($75,709,000)
#7 The Nut Job ($62,602,000)
#8 RoboCop ($57,084,000)
#9 Divergent ($56,000,000)
#10 Son of God ($55,600,000)

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

#1 Warner Bros. $337,105,000
#2 Universal $211,722,000
#3 Fox $136,602,000
#4 Sony $132,793,000
#5 Open Road Films $62,602,000
#6 Lions Gate/Sony $56,000,000

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Box Office Winners March 14-16 2014

Peabody

Proving that you CAN teach old dogs new tricks, “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” rose in its second weekend at the box office to the number one spot, despite serious competitors. “Peabody” took in $21 Million this weekend to beat out last week’s winner “300: Rise of An Empire”, which took in $19.1 Million. Newbie “Need for Speed” was slow off the gate earning only $17.8 Million and came in 3rd. “Non-Stop” took 4th place with $10.6 Million while “Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club” failed to entice moms, single or otherwise, and came in a disappointing 5th with $8.3 Million. See the entire top 10 list below!

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: March 14-16, 2014

#1 Mr. Peabody & Sherman $21,200,000 (Total Gross $63,180,000)
#2 300: Rise of An Empire $19,105,000 (Total Gross $78,311,000)
#3 Need for Speed $17,808,000 (Total Gross $17,808,000)
#4 Non-Stop $10,615,000 (Total Gross $68,805,000)
#5 Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club $8,300,000 (Total Gross $8,300,000)
#6 The LEGO Movie $7,705,000 (Total Gross $236,932,000)
#7 Son of God $5,400,000 (Total Gross $50,875,000)
#8 The Grand Budapest Hotel $3,640,000 (Total Gross $4,779,000)
#9 Frozen $2,117,000 (Total Gross $396,356,000)
#10 Veronica Mars $2,021,000 (Total Gross $2,021,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 The LEGO Movie ($236,932,000)
#2 Ride Along ($132,124,000)
#3 300: Rise of An Empire ($78,311,000)
#4 The Monuments Men ($73,819,000)
#5 Non-Stop ($68,805,000)
#6 Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($63,180,000)
#7 The Nut Job ($62,080,000)
#8 RoboCop ($56,521,000)
#9 Son of God ($50,875,000)
#10 Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit ($50,278,000)

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

#1 WB $315,243,000
#2 Uni. $200,929,000
#3 Sony $130,340,000
#4 Fox $114,055,000
#5 ORF $62,080,000
#6 Par. $50,278,000

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New Movies – March 14 2014

Veronica Mars Trailer Images

Veronica Mars

On the eve of graduating law school, Veronica Mars has put Neptune and her amateur sleuthing days behind her. While interviewing at high-end New York law firms, Veronica Mars gets a call from her ex-boyfriend Logan who has been accused of murder. Veronica heads back to Neptune just to help Logan find an attorney, but when things don’t seem right with how Logan’s case is perceived and handled, Veronica finds herself being pulled back into a life she thought she had left behind.

Director: Rob Thomas
Cast: Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring, Krysten Ritter, Ryan Hansen, Francis Capra, Percy Daggs III, Chris Lowell, Tina Majorino, Enrico Colantoni

Get tickets for ‘Veronica Mars’ on Fandango.com

Other Releases

  • The Art of the Steal
  • Big Men
  • Dark House
  • Patrick: Evil Awakens
  • The Right Kind of Wrong
  • Shirin in Love
  • Le Week-end
  • U Want Me 2 Kill Him? (uwantme2killhim?)
  • Need For Speed
  • Ernest & Celestine
  • The Single Moms Club
  • On My Way (Elle s’en va)

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