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Weekend Box Office


October 24-26, 2014
Weekend


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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
1 1 - Ouija Uni. $20,006,000 $19,875,995 $-130,005 -0.6% 2,858 $20,006,000 $19,875,995 1
2 2 - John Wick LG/S $14,150,000 $14,415,922 $+265,922 +1.9% 2,589 $14,150,000 $14,415,922 1
3 3 - Fury (2014) Sony $13,000,000 $13,356,718 $+356,718 +2.7% 3,173 $46,050,000 $46,407,146 2
4 4 - Gone Girl Fox $11,100,000 $11,044,357 $-55,643 -0.5% 3,106 $124,093,000 $124,037,579 4
5 5 - The Book of Life (2014) Fox $9,800,000 $10,049,271 $+249,271 +2.5% 3,113 $29,913,000 $30,162,720 2
6 6 - St. Vincent Wein. $8,058,000 $7,746,596 $-311,404 -3.9% 2,282 $9,189,000 $8,877,553 3
7 7 - Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day BV $7,023,000 $7,197,217 $+174,217 +2.5% 3,117 $45,544,000 $45,718,836 3
8 8 - The Best of Me Rela. $4,736,000 $4,623,519 $-112,481 -2.4% 2,936 $17,663,000 $17,550,193 2
9 10 +1 The Judge WB $4,345,000 $4,366,039 $+21,039 +0.5% 2,610 $34,377,000 $34,398,108 3
10 9 -1 Dracula Untold Uni. $4,302,000 $4,395,945 $+93,945 +2.2% 2,364 $48,328,000 $48,421,335 3
11 11 - Annabelle WB (NL) $3,330,000 $3,350,090 $+20,090 +0.6% 2,505 $79,481,000 $79,501,131 4
12 12 - The Equalizer Sony $2,800,000 $2,774,825 $-25,175 -0.9% 1,636 $93,775,000 $93,750,101 5
- 13 - The Maze Runner Fox $2,240,000 $2,352,349 $+112,349 +5.0% 1,496 $94,010,000 $94,122,442 6
- 14 - Addicted LGF $1,500,000 $1,496,874 $-3,126 -0.2% 956 $15,337,000 $15,333,576 3
- 15 - Birdman FoxS $1,436,000 $1,379,640 $-56,360 -3.9% 50 $2,067,000 $2,010,081 2
- 16 - Dear White People RAtt. $1,314,000 $1,253,783 $-60,217 -4.6% 382 $1,757,000 $1,697,581 2
- 17 - The Boxtrolls Focus $900,000 $929,838 $+29,838 +3.3% 1,107 $47,578,000 $47,608,204 5
- 18 - Guardians of the Galaxy BV $545,000 $554,531 $+9,531 +1.7% 402 $328,640,000 $328,650,120 13
- 20 - 23 Blast OAE $402,000 $337,091 $-64,909 -16.1% 617 $402,000 $337,091 1
- 19 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) Par. $360,000 $375,537 $+15,537 +4.3% 300 $190,100,000 $190,115,983 12
- 22 - Whiplash SPC $266,000 $248,313 $-17,687 -6.6% 46 $748,000 $730,386 3
- 25 - Pride (2014) CBS $154,000 $149,606 $-4,394 -2.9% 124 $1,107,000 $1,102,303 5
- 26 - Kill the Messenger Focus $150,000 $148,644 $-1,356 -0.9% 211 $2,225,000 $2,223,563 3
- 29 - My Old Lady Cohen $134,000 $134,280 $+280 +0.2% 103 $3,525,000 $3,431,186 7
- 31 - Citizenfour RTWC $125,000 $126,321 $+1,321 +1.1% 5 $125,000 $126,321 1
- 32 - The Skeleton Twins RAtt. $125,000 $123,917 $-1,083 -0.9% 102 $4,930,000 $4,928,853 7
- 30 - Let's Be Cops Fox $123,000 $133,931 $+10,931 +8.9% 163 $81,901,000 $81,911,716 11
- 33 - The Giver Wein. $103,000 $104,622 $+1,622 +1.6% 155 $44,674,000 $44,675,196 11
- 35 - Lucy Uni. $89,300 $90,785 $+1,485 +1.7% 144 $126,448,000 $126,449,680 14
- 37 - Glen Campbell... I'll Be Me A23 $86,800 $86,741 $-59 -0.1% 10 $86,800 $86,741 1
- 41 - Laggies A24 $78,500 $74,139 $-4,361 -5.6% 5 $78,500 $74,139 1
- 40 - How to Train Your Dragon 2 Fox $78,000 $80,687 $+2,687 +3.4% 146 $176,592,700 $176,595,394 20
- 43 - The Tale of The Princess Kaguya GK $63,500 $68,053 $+4,553 +7.2% 20 $140,900 $146,433 2
- 44 - Men, Women & Children Par. $60,000 $64,313 $+4,313 +7.2% 542 $664,000 $668,001 4
- 48 - Awake: The Life of Yogananda CF&SR $58,700 $60,278 $+1,578 +2.7% 14 $217,700 $219,316 3
- 56 - Breakup Buddies CL $30,000 $28,280 $-1,720 -5.7% 12 $742,000 $750,278 4
- 62 - The Golden Era CL $16,500 $17,766 $+1,266 +7.7% 11 $87,700 $88,959 2
- 73 - The Principle RM $8,700 $8,657 $-43 -0.5% 1 $8,700 $8,657 1
- 77 - Keep On Keepin' On RTWC $7,700 $7,635 $-65 -0.8% 9 $109,700 $109,713 6
- 82 - The Overnighters Drft. $4,400 $4,632 $+232 +5.3% 3 $20,000 $20,221 3
TOTALS:$113,109,100$113,637,737$+528,637+0.5%39,425 
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* Production Budget in millions. On average, studios earn around 55 percent of the final gross.

Note: Studio Estimates are the estimated weekend grosses that each distributor makes for its own movies on Sunday mornings—based on grosses for Friday and Saturday plus a projection for Sunday. This chart view shows how accurate the studios were.


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