Kyle J. Steenblik

Box Office Report November 24th

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Mockingjay (part 1) picked up the number one spot from Dumb and Dumber To, which was demoted to the fourth.  Big Hero 6, and Interstellar hung onto the second and third positions.  Further down the list Birdman and The Theory of Everything rose to 9th and 10th respectively, being the only films in the top ten to gain ground rather than lose it.  The question now is can Horrible Bosses  2 and Penguins of Madagascar budge Mockingjay, Big Hero 6 and Interstellar with the help of early openings and a holiday weekend?

November 21-23, 2014
TW LW Title Weekend Gross Total Gross Budget Week #
1 N The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 $121,897,634 $121,897,634 $125 1
2 2 Big Hero 6 $20,124,166 $135,746,235 $165 3
3 3 Interstellar $15,341,167 $120,933,234 $165 3
4 1 Dumb and Dumber To $14,076,545 $57,729,445 2
5 5 Gone Girl $2,836,019 $156,844,231 $61 8
6 4 Beyond the Lights $2,634,224 $10,128,001 $7 2
7 6 St. Vincent $2,249,311 $36,507,962 7
8 7 Fury (2014) $1,942,949 $79,195,067 $68 6
9 10 Birdman $1,853,664 $14,405,771 $18 6
10 17 The Theory of Everything $1,511,676 $2,807,853 3
November 14-16
TW LW Title Weekend Gross Total Gross Budget Week #
1 N Dumb and Dumber To $36,111,775 $36,111,775 1
2 1 Big Hero 6 $34,662,707 $110,306,598 $165 2
3 2 Interstellar $28,307,626 $96,927,481 $165 2
4 N Beyond the Lights $6,200,284 $6,200,284 $7 1
5 3 Gone Girl $4,561,432 $152,635,317 $61 7
6 6 St. Vincent $3,768,670 $33,001,354 6
7 5 Fury (2014) $3,761,558 $75,894,627 $68 5
8 4 Ouija $2,965,585 $48,045,650 $5 4
9 7 Nightcrawler $2,917,380 $24,879,898 $8.50 3
10 11 Birdman $2,471,471 $11,596,838 $18 5
November 14-20
TW LW Title Weekend Gross Total Gross Budget Week #
1 N Dumb and Dumber To $43,652,900 $43,652,900 1
2 1 Big Hero 6 $39,978,178 $115,622,069 $165 2
3 2 Interstellar $36,972,212 $105,592,067 $165 2
4 N Beyond the Lights $7,493,777 $7,493,777 $7 1
5 3 Gone Girl $5,934,327 $154,008,212 $61 7
6 4 Fury (2014) $5,119,049 $77,252,118 $68 5
7 7 St. Vincent $5,025,967 $34,258,651 6
8 5 Nightcrawler $3,999,065 $25,961,583 $8.50 3
9 6 Ouija $3,514,100 $48,594,165 $5 4
10 11 Birdman $3,426,740 $12,552,107 $18 5

In theatres this week

Horrible Bosses 2

Tired of always answering to others, Nick (Jason Bateman), Dale (Charlie Day) and Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) go into business for themselves. After demonstrating the prototype for an invention called the Shower Buddy, the guys attract the attention of Rex Hanson and his father, Bert. Bert invests in the trio’s product, then cancels the order and steals their idea. Now heavily in debt and with no legal recourse, Nick, Dale and Kurt decide to kidnap Rex and use the ransom money to pay off their loans.

Penguins of Madagascar

Plucky penguins Skipper (Tom McGrath), Kowalski (Chris Miller), Rico (Conrad Vernon) and Private (Christopher Knights) — the most elite spies ever hatched — join forces with a chic undercover organization known as the North Wind. Led by highly trained, handsome and arrogant Agent Classified (Benedict Cumberbatch), this special inter-species task force must stop a many-tentacled villain, Dr. Octavius Brine (John Malkovich), from destroying the world.

Coming to Blu-Ray and DVD

  • Drunk History Season 1 & 2
  • Jealousy
  • Manuscripts Don’t Burn
  • Merry Friggin Christmas
  • Nymphomaniac: Extended Director’s Cut Volume 1 & 2
  • Nymphomaniac: Volume 1 & 2
  • Rhymes for Young Ghouls
  • The Expendables 3
  • The Giver
  • The November Man
  • Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas
  • What If (2014)

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