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Will Mockingjay P1 manage to beat Guardians of the Galaxy for highest-grossing domestic movie of 2014?

It will.
Doubtly.
The Hobbit will beat them both.

All time domestic box office

All time worldwide box office

Yearly box office

International box office

Theater / DVD/BR release schedule


I'll keep this thread updated every week with weekend estimates and actuals afterwards.

I'll start with the most recent weekend numbers.September 2-5 was the Labor day weekend that accounts for 4 days of data.

 

TW LW Title (click to view) Studio Weekend Gross % Change Theater Count / Change Average Total Gross Budget* Week #
1 1 The Help BV $14,594,623 +0.4% 2,843 +65 $5,134 $118,985,176 $25 4
2 N The Debt Focus $9,909,499 - 1,826 - $5,427 $11,810,913 - 1
3 N Apollo 18 W/Dim. $8,704,271 - 3,328 - $2,615 $8,704,271 - 1
4 N Shark Night 3D Rela. $8,404,260 - 2,806 - $2,995 $8,404,260 - 1
5 3 Rise of the Planet of the Apes Fox $7,915,295 -10.7% 3,193 -181 $2,479 $160,139,988 $93 5
6 2 Colombiana TriS $7,463,200 -28.3% 2,614 - $2,855 $22,025,322 $40 2
7 5 Our Idiot Brother Wein. $5,450,884 -22.3% 2,555 - $2,133 $15,686,228 $5 2
8 4 Don't Be Afraid of the Dark FD $5,195,268 -39.1% 2,780 +20 $1,869 $16,635,457 $25 2
9 6 Spy Kids: All the Time in the World W/Dim. $4,817,284 -19.8% 3,007 -298 $1,602 $29,216,589 $27 3
10 7 The Smurfs Sony $4,099,478 -13.8% 2,706 -155 $1,515 $132,052,090 $110 6

The full weekend chart can be viewed here

TW/LW means ''This Weekend'' and ''Last Weekend''  respectively.

% Change means the increase/decrease over last weekend's gross in percents.



                               

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Only America then? Or will you be adding worldwide numbers too?

Go Apes go!

It seems that The Help could stay on top for the next couple of weeks as well.

The next big movie is probably Real Steel even though it won't be that big.

pezus said:
Only America then? Or will you be adding worldwide numbers too?

There isnt a foreign box-office weekend chart available yet.



                               

Who is the guy who usually does the numbers each week? Galaki?
The help did way better than I thought it would! Of course the end of this summer has been extremely slow!

Monkey is another one that I was very happy to have done so well!

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spurgeonryan said:
Who is the guy who usually does the numbers each week? Galaki?

The help did way better than I thought it would! Of course the end of this summer has been extremely slow!

Monkey is another one that I was very happy to have done so well!

Whoever he is,he's doing it wrong.A box-office thread every week is not right,this is a gaming site,and shouldnt get spammed too much by movie box-office related threads.If they want they can update in this thread.



                               

Boutros said:
Go Apes go!

It seems that The Help could stay on top for the next couple of weeks as well.

The next big movie is probably Real Steel even though it won't be that big.

The Help is doing extremely well.

It will get around $150M on the domestic front alone,with a $25M budget.



                               

Wow don't be afraid of the dark isnt as big as I thought it would be... maybe people are actually too scared to see it?

silicon said:
Wow don't be afraid of the dark isnt as big as I thought it would be... maybe people are actually too scared to see it?

I think it got an R rating which was not expected by the producers.

Quite frankly I have no idea at all why the movie is rated so severely. The amount of violence is very reasonable and the violence is mostly suggestive as we don't see much and the movie isn't all that scary. I don't get it.

For example, Insidious was far worse on pretty much every front and it got a PG-13.



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Over seas totals brought to you by spurgeonryan

1 1 The Smurfs $25,085,178 -6.5% 71 +16 $297,718,406 6
2 2 Rise of the Planet of the Apes $20,237,480 -7.8% 51 +2 $186,333,422 5
3 3 Final Destination 5 $19,000,000 -9.5% 35 +15 $58,600,000 4
4 9 Horrible Bosses $8,900,000 +6.0% 51 +1 $69,500,000 9
5 4 Cowboys & Aliens $8,829,509 -36.1% 42 +4 $50,006,977 4
6 5 Cars 2 $6,500,000 -42.0% 53 - $351,700,000 11
7 8 The Inbetweeners Movie $6,000,000 -35.7% 1 - $56,600,000 3
8 6 Kung Fu Panda 2 $5,713,992 -40.9% 25 -2 $486,079,259 15
9 10 Green Lantern $5,700,000 -14.9% 36 -4 $98,200,000 12
10 7 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part Two) $5,700,000 -39.4% 54 -6 $937,200,000 8
11 12 Captain America: The First Avenger $5,381,819 -3.6% 44 - $165,487,888 7
12 N The Three Musketeers (2011) $4,100,000 - 3 - $4,300,000 1
13 19 One Day $3,810,313 +13.1% 11 +5 $15,469,823 3
14 - The Change-Up $3,646,050 +1,376.9% 9 +2 $4,598,131 4
15 15 Crazy, Stupid, Love. $3,600,000 -12.2% 25 +6 $16,400,000 6
- - Bad Teacher $3,114,037 +36.8% 43 +2 $107,072,643 12
- 16 What a Man $2,682,657 -33.7% 1 - $8,316,139 2
- 14 Super 8 $2,635,966 -41.2% 26 -2 $122,648,728 13
- 18 Transformers 3 $2,592,814 -24.4% 33 -6 $762,263,469 10
- N Apollo 18 $2,374,039 - 3 - $2,374,039 1
- - Mr. Popper's Penguins $1,748,928 -27.5% 18 -5 $104,175,319 12
- 20 Spy Kids: All the Time in the World $1,734,412 -45.6% 3 -3 $14,158,068 3
- N The Help $1,700,000 - 1 - $1,700,000 1
- - Bridesmaids $1,591,345 -36.0% 27 -2 $112,578,954 17
- - Zookeeper $1,390,468 -37.1% 45 +8 $69,219,602 9
- - Friends with Benefits $1,185,406 -39.3% 10 - $18,551,024 7
- - You Are the Apple of My Eye $1,042,664 -32.6% 1 - $10,106,883