My oh my, Furious 7 has done it again (wish I could say the same for me). The film took the top spot for the fourth straight week with $18.2 and a domestic total of $320.5 million.
Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 held at its second place spot with $43.9 million.
The Age of Adaline opened at number three with $13.3 million. I doubt this dramatic romance will be timeless.
Home held at number four with $8.3 million and is seeing see profit over its bloated $135 million budget.
Unfriended was shy at number five with $6.2 million.
Ex Machina climbed up to number six after three weeks in release thanks to good word of mouth, earning $5.4 million.
The Longest Ride is taking a long fall in the charts at number seven with $4.3 million.
Get Hard was rather limp at number eight with 3.9 million and a domestic total of $84 million.
Monkey Kingdom dropped a spot to number nine with $3.55 million.
Rounding out the top ten was Woman in Gold with 3.50 million.
Check out the full box office chart below:
1 Furious 7 $18,259,000 $320,536,000
2 Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 $15,500,000 $43,950,000
3 The Age of Adaline $13,375,000 $13,375,000
4 Home (2015) $8,300,000 $153,784,000
5 Unfriended $6,244,000 $25,158,000
6 Ex Machina $5,441,000 $6,920,000
7 The Longest Ride $4,365,000 $30,398,000
8 Get Hard $3,905,000 $84,066,000
9 Monkey Kingdom $3,551,000 $10,258,000
10 Woman in Gold $3,501,000 $21,635,000
Next weekend is a tough call. That was a test to see if you were still reading. Of course Avengers Age of Ultron will take the top spot – probably for the next few weeks – the question is, just how much will it make and what records will it shatter? I’ll say at least $230 million, if not more. Tune in to see if I’m right.
Until then, happy movie going!