Box Office Breakdown! Hugh Jackman Scores A Number One! The Family Hangs On! Insidious: Chapter 2 Brings In The Bucks! And More!

I think it’s finally happened… We’re having a Box Office Breakdown! And I thought I was the only one going crazy! Nope!

Sadly, today was an ending of sorts… As Suddenly Susan’s prediction of the top film… Was wrong! WRONG! I feel like there should be some kind of a buzzer.

Check out the full weekly Box Office recap below!Mike The Fanboy Signature logo


The bad news is, my winning streak has ended. The good news is, my man Hugh is the one who put a stop to it. His R-rated adult thriller Prisoners came in at number one with $21.4 million.

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Insidious 2 fell to the number two spot, but still scared up another $14.5 million.

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Robert DeNiro’s dark comedy The Family held strong and only fell one position to number three.

The indie hit Instructions not Included climbed up to positions to number four, taking in $5.7 million.

Battle of the Year managed to break in at number five with $5 million, which was more than anyone thought it was going to do.

We’re the Millers is now at an impressive $138 million total domestic gross after seven weeks of release at the number six spot.

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At number seven was Lee Daniel’s The Butler which took another $4.3 million. Next up, The Oscars!

After such a big opening just 3 weeks ago, Riddick fell blindly to the number eight spot.

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The release of The Wizard of Oz in 3D and IMAX took in just $3 million in the number nine spot. Let’s leave well enough alone Hollywood.

Rounding out the top ten was Disney’s Planes, which took in $2.8 million.

Check out the full box office chart below.

Until then, happy movie going.

1 Prisoners $21,430,000 $21,430,000
2 Insidious Chapter 2 $14,500,000 $60,855,000
3 The Family $7,000,000 $25,641,000
4 Instructions Not Included $5,700,000 $34,262,000
5 Battle of the Year $5,000,000 $5,000,000
6 We’re the Millers $4,670,000 $138,176,000
7 Lee Daniels’ The Butler $4,304,000 $106,452,000
8 Riddick $3,672,000 $37,180,000
9 The Wizard of Oz (3D/IMAX) $3,022,000 $3,022,000
10 Planes $2,861,000 $86,543,000

Next week I’m predicting great word of mouth will keep Prisoners at the number one spot by a narrow margin over Rush. Tune in to see if I’m right!

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