Box Office Breakdown! No Good Deed Rocks #1! Dolphin Tale 2 Is #2! Guardians Drops To #3! And More!

Looks like I’ve been de-throned by a small thriller that came out of nowhere. No Good Deed took the top spot with $24.5 million. With a budget of just $13 million, this movie is already a hit!

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Dolphin Tale 2 swam into the number two spot with $16.5 million.

dolphin tale 2 poster

Guardians of the Galaxy finally ended its reign, coming in at number three with $8 million. It’s worldwide total after 7 weeks in release is an astronomical $611 million.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles chopped their way into the number four spot with $4.8 million and a domestic total of $181 million.

Teenage Mutant Ninja turtles

Let’s Be Cops nabbed another $4.3 million in the number five spot.

The Drop opened at number six with $4.2 million. Not the greatest send off for James Gandolfini’s final posthumous film appearance.

If I Stay slipped to number seven with another $4 million and a domestic total of $45 million.

The November Man also dropped swiftly to number eight with $2.7 million and a three week domestic total of $22.4 million. Color this one a stinker.

The Giver took another $2.6 million at number nine for a domestic total of just $41 million. No one really gave much back to this movie.

Rounding out the top ten was The Hundred Foot Journey, which climbed up a spot from last week with $2.4 million. Never underestimate the power of Helen Mirren.

Check out the full box office chart below:

1 No Good Deed (2014) $24,500,000 $24,500,000
2 Dolphin Tale 2 $16,550,000 $16,550,000
3 Guardians of the Galaxy $8,041,000 $305,926,000
4 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) $4,800,000 $181,041,000
5 Let’s Be Cops $4,300,000 $72,972,000
6 The Drop $4,200,000 $4,200,000
7 If I Stay $4,050,000 $44,937,000
8 The November Man $2,750,000 $22,495,000
9 The Giver $2,626,000 $41,329,000
10 The Hundred-Foot Journey $2,461,000 $49,409,000

Next week is a tough one. Can Liam Neeson’s latest action yarn, A Walk Among the Tombstones beat the teen star power of The Maze Runner? Or, will the indie gem and all star cast of This is Where I Leave You take the prize? I’ll put my money on The Maze Runner for the win. Tune in to see if I’m right.

the maze runner logo

Until then, happy movie going!

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