Kyle J. Steenblik

Box Office Report March 21-23

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First, the bad news, we are close to the time where I will stop reporting on Frozen, because it will drop out of theaters altogether any day now.  The good news is that Frozen is now number 12, right behind Toy Story 3, on the all-time box office gross list.  Given that without an additional release, Frozen is unlikely to bridge the $14 million gap it is unlikely to move beyond the number 12 spot.

The weekend was firmly dominated by Divergent, leaving The Muppets with an unfortunately overshadowed opening.  Other than that, it was a fairly uneventful weekend at the box office.

 

March 21-23, 2014
TW LW Title (click to read our review) Weekend Gross Total Gross Budget Week #
1 N Divergent $54,607,747 $54,607,747 $85 1
2 N Muppets Most Wanted $17,005,126 $17,005,126 $50 1
3 1 Mr. Peabody & Sherman $11,832,558 $81,134,942 $145 3
4 N God’s Not Dead $9,244,641 $9,244,641 1
5 2 300: Rise of An Empire $8,504,075 $93,592,194 $110 3
6 3 Need for Speed $7,941,631 $30,565,514 $66 2
7 8 The Grand Budapest Hotel $6,787,955 $12,998,474 3
8 4 Non-Stop $6,434,825 $78,709,555 $50 4
9 6 The LEGO Movie $4,149,244 $243,385,918 $60 7
10 5 Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club $3,103,057 $12,913,081 2
11 7 Son of God $2,719,425 $55,669,073 4
12 10 The Monuments Men $975,000 $75,709,000 $70 7
13 9 Frozen $735,601 $397,744,862 $150 18
14 13 Ride Along $627,355 $133,120,355 $25 10
15 12 3 Days to Kill $587,885 $29,733,527 $28 5
16 34 Bad Words $505,044 $660,817 2
17 11 Veronica Mars $468,175 $2,832,919 $6 2
18 14 12 Years a Slave $439,762 $56,030,347 $20 23
19 20 The Nut Job $336,447 $62,600,840 $42 10
20 17 American Hustle $240,000 $149,814,000 $40 15
March 14-16, 2014
TW LW Title Weekend Gross Total Gross Budget Week #
1 2 Mr. Peabody & Sherman $21,809,249 $63,789,165 $145 2
2 1 300: Rise of An Empire $19,201,345 $78,406,898 $110 2
3 N Need for Speed $17,844,939 $17,844,939 $66 1
4 3 Non-Stop $10,615,305 $68,805,115 $50 3
5 N Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club $8,075,111 $8,075,111 1
6 4 The LEGO Movie $7,701,309 $236,928,237 $60 6
7 5 Son of God $5,528,497 $51,003,205 3
8 17 The Grand Budapest Hotel $3,638,041 $4,776,981 2
9 8 Frozen $2,147,743 $396,386,593 $150 17
10 6 The Monuments Men $2,062,783 $73,881,475 $70 6
11 N Veronica Mars $1,988,351 $1,988,351 $6 1
12 7 3 Days to Kill $1,730,343 $28,462,711 $28 4
13 10 Ride Along $1,377,295 $132,098,760 $25 9
14 9 12 Years a Slave $1,222,892 $55,090,884 $20 22
15 11 RoboCop (2014) $854,351 $56,524,882 $100 5
16 12 About Last Night (2014) $670,063 $47,815,963 $12.50 5
17 14 American Hustle $608,422 $149,351,703 $40 14
18 13 Pompeii $588,026 $22,416,035 $100 4
19 15 Gravity $547,289 $272,672,181 $100 24
20 24 The Nut Job $482,320 $62,090,875 $42 9
March 14-20, 2014
TW LW Title Weekly Gross Total Gross Budget Week #
1 2 Mr. Peabody & Sherman $27,322,468 $69,302,384 $145 2
2 1 300: Rise of An Empire $25,882,566 $85,088,119 $110 2
3 N Need for Speed $22,623,883 $22,623,883 $66 1
4 3 Non-Stop $14,084,920 $72,274,730 $50 3
5 4 The LEGO Movie $10,009,746 $239,236,674 $60 6
6 N Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club $9,810,024 $9,810,024 1
7 5 Son of God $7,474,940 $52,949,648 3
8 17 The Grand Budapest Hotel $5,071,579 $6,210,519 2
9 6 The Monuments Men $2,915,034 $74,733,726 $70 6
10 8 Frozen $2,770,411 $397,009,261 $150 17
11 7 3 Days to Kill $2,413,274 $29,145,642 $28 4
12 N Veronica Mars $2,364,744 $2,364,744 $6 1
13 11 Ride Along $1,771,535 $132,493,000 $25 9
14 9 12 Years a Slave $1,722,593 $55,590,585 $20 22
15 10 RoboCop (2014) $1,183,657 $56,854,188 $100 5
16 13 About Last Night (2014) $920,270 $48,066,170 $12.50 5
17 12 Pompeii $860,224 $22,688,233 $100 4
18 14 American Hustle $831,125 $149,574,406 $40 14
19 16 Gravity $739,391 $272,864,283 $100 24
20 23 The Nut Job $655,838 $62,264,393 $42 9

 

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