Box Office Breakdown! Cinderella Has A Fairy Tale Weekend! Chappie Flops! Run All Night Trips! And More!

It was a fairy tale weekend with Cinderella taking the top spot, opening with $70 million.


Run All Night fell flat, opening at number two with a dismal $11 million.

After five weeks in release Kingsmen Secret Service climbed up a spot to number three with $6.2 million and a domestic total of $107.3 million. This teen action romp is a certified hit.


Focus had double vision dropping to number four its second week in release with just $5.8 million. Will Smith had better start looking at making Men in Black 4.

focus movie poster will smith

Chappie was crappie dropping all the way to number five in its second week of release with $5.8 million ($5K less than Focus).

chappie movie poster

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel was less than sexy at number six with $5.7 million. I guess no one wants to pay to see senior citizens get some action.

Looks like SpongeBob won’t dry up anytime soon at number seven after six weeks in release and $4.1 million added to his $154.6 million domestic total.

McFarland USA fell back a lane to number eight with $3.6 million.

American Sniper climbed up two spots to number nine with $2.9 million added to its $341.5 million domestic total making it the highest grossing movie of 2014.

Rounding out the top ten, no pun intended, was The DUFF with $2.9 million.

Check out the full box office chart below:

1 Cinderella (2015) $70,053,000 $70,053,000
2 Run All Night $11,015,000 $11,015,000
3 Kingsman: The Secret Service $6,200,000 $107,373,000
4 Focus (2015) $5,805,000 $44,032,000
5 Chappie $5,800,000 $23,300,000
6 The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel $5,700,000 $18,060,000
7 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water $4,100,000 $154,691,000
8 McFarland, USA $3,692,000 $34,974,000
9 American Sniper $2,930,000 $341,500,000
10 The DUFF $2,900,000 $30,317,000

It’s pretty much a lock that next week Insurgent will take the top spot, but just how much will it make in tickets sales? I’m guessing close to $75 million. Tune in to see if I’m right.


Until then, happy movie going!

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  1. Ryan b March 15, 2015

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