Box Office Breakdown! Maze Runner Hits #1! Walk Amon The Tombstones Makes It To #2! No Good Deed Tumbles!

The Maze Runner was indeed number one, so color me a winner. The teen action novel turned motion picture took in $32.5 million during its opening weekend.

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A Walk Among the Tombstones strolled into number two, opening with $13.1 million. Its no Taken, but Liam Neeson should feel proud.

This is Where I Leave You opened at number three with $11.8 million. This small budget charmer and its amazing ensemble cast could go the distance if word of mouth is good.

No Good Deed plummeted to number four with $10.2 million after such a strong opening weekend. Its modest budget of $13 million though makes this thriller a hit.

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Dolphin Tale 2 floated down to number five with just $9 million. Its high budget of $36 million means this franchise will be put down for good.

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Guardians of the Galaxy zoomed to number six with $5.1 million. After eight weeks in release and a domestic total of $313.6 million, this is one stellar hit.

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Let’s Be Cops is still pulling rank at number seven with $2.6 million and a worldwide total of $101 million.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles came out of their shells at number eight with $2.6 million added to their $333 million worldwide total.

The Drop dropped to number nine with $2 million for a small domestic total of just $7.9 million.

Rounding out the top ten was If I Stay which took in another $1.8 million, bringing its domestic run to a healthy $47.6 million.

Check out the full box office chart below:
1 The Maze Runner $32,500,000 $32,500,000
2 A Walk Among the Tombstones $13,126,000 $13,126,000
3 This is Where I Leave You $11,860,000 $11,860,000
4 No Good Deed (2014) $10,200,000 $40,110,000
5 Dolphin Tale 2 $9,005,000 $27,070,000
6 Guardians of the Galaxy $5,180,000 $313,669,000
7 Let’s Be Cops $2,675,000 $77,196,000
8 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles $2,650,000 $185,018,000
9 The Drop $2,050,000 $7,690,000
10 If I Stay $1,835,000 $47,672,000

Next week animated Boxtrolls square off against Denzel Washington’s The Equalizer. As much as it pains me to say it, I call Denzel for the win. Tune in to see if I’m right.

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Until then, happy movie going!

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