Ninja Turtles won the weekend, easily beating Guardians, and overperforming by 25M. Into the Storm ended up doing OK, but nothing memorable. The Hundred Foot Journey, also, OK.
Get On Up dropped a disturbing 63% in Week 2. Those box office numbers are imperative if Chadwick Boseman hopes to be an Oscar contender in a very tight race this year.
In limited release, Boyhood managed a 4K per screen average from 507 screens. Magic In The Moonlight averaged 4K, and Calvary averaged 5K.
This weekends new limited releases both underperformed. What If only managed 6K, despite glowing reviews, and James Cameron’s Deep Sea Challenge bombed with $496 per screen.
In comparison, Deep Sea Challenge was seen by less people than older titles like The Fault In Our Stars, Earth To Echo, Neighbors, and Snowpiercer.
1) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles- 65M Weekend, 65M Total
2) Guardians Of The Galaxy- 41.5M Weekend, 175.9M Total
3) Into The Storm- 18M Weekend, 18M Total
4) The Hundred Foot Journey- 11.1M Weekend, 11.1M Total
5) Lucy- 9.3M Weekend, 97.3M Total
6) Step Up All In- 6.5M Weekend, 6.5M Total
7) Hercules- 5.7M Weekend, 63.4M Total
8) Get On Up- 5.0M Weekend, 22.9M Total
9) Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes- 4.4M Weekend, 197.8M Total
10) Planes 2- 2.4M Weekend, 52.9M Total
11) The Purge Anarchy- 2.2M Weekend, 68.5M Total
12) A Most Wanted Man- 2.2M Weekend, 10.4M Total
13) Boyhood- 2M Weekend, 10.6M Total
14) And So It Goes- 1.2M Weekend, 13.2M Total
15) Sex Tape- 1.1M Weekend, 36.9M Total
??) Magic In The Moonlight- 0.8M Weekend, 2.4M Total
??) Calvary- 0.2M Weekend, 0.3M Total
??) Deep Sea Challenge- 0.1M Weekend, 0.1M Total
??) What If- 0.1M Weekend, 0.1M Total