Well, well another win for Suza-my-looza! Captain America held strong at number on for the second week in a row with $41.3 million. Its worldwide gross so far is $476 million. Wow!
The feathered hero of Rio 2 came in at number two with an impressive $39 million.
The horror flick Oculus took in $12 million at number three. With a budget of just $5 million, this one is a certified hit.
Draft Day wasn’t audiences’ first pick, coming in at number four with just $9.7 million.
Divergent is still kicking ass at number five with $7.5 million to add to its $124 million domestic gross.
Noah took a nose dive and fell to number six with $7.4 million. However, with a worldwide total of $246 million, this risky epic tale is a winner.
God’s Not Dead is still alive at number seven with $5.4 million and a total domestic gross of $40 million. With a small budget of just $2 million, well, you do the math.
The Grand Budapest Hotel was at number eight with another $4 million for its $39 million domestic gross.
Muppets Most Wanted squeaked in at number nine with $2.1 million.
Rounding out the top ten was Mr. Peabody & Sherman adding another $1.8 million to their $105 million domestic gross.
Check out the full box office chart below:
1 Captain America: The Winter Soldier $41,398,000 $159,006,000
2 Rio 2 $39,000,000 $39,000,000
3 Oculus $12,000,000 $12,000,000
4 Draft Day $9,750,000 $9,750,000
5 Divergent $7,500,000 $124,877,000
6 Noah $7,450,000 $84,872,000
7 God’s Not Dead $5,485,000 $40,700,000
8 The Grand Budapest Hotel $4,050,000 $39,470,000
9 Muppets Most Wanted $2,193,000 $45,670,000
10 Mr. Peabody & Sherman $1,825,000 $105,215,000
Next week it’s Johnny Depp versus Marlon Wayans in a Transcendence / Haunted House 2 showdown. But, my money is on Captain America for a three-peat. Look for him to be number one next week at the box office next week. Tune in to see if I’m right!
Until then, happy movie going.
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