Well, Ryan B. owes me another shout out. Guardians of the Galaxy was indeed the number one movie this weekend. The mega hit grabbed another $10.1 million, bringing its domestic total to an astounding $294.5 million. This week is almost an exact duplicate of last week’s box office.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles kept their spot at number two with $6.5 million and a domestic total of $174.6 million. They can buy a lot of pizza with those numbers.
If I Stay held its spot at number three with $5.7 million. Looks like this teen drama is sticking around for a bit.
Let’s Be Cops moved up a spot to number four with $5.4 million. With a modest budget of $17 million, this R rated comedy’s profit amount is criminal.
The November Man also moved up a spot to number five with $4.2 million, but with a domestic total of just $17.8 million, this action thriller is a bit frosty.
As Above So Below slipped to number six with $3.3 million. This found footage horror flick should have stayed underground.
When the Game Stands Tall held its spot at number seven with $3.7 million and a domestic total of $23 million. This movie should never have been drafted.
The Giver got another $3.5 million, holding in the number eight spot. It’s a good thing this book is a stand-alone story because anyone hoping for a movie sequel would have been forced to read!
The Hundred Foot Journey held its spot at number nine with $3.2 million. With a budget of just $22 million, and a domestic total of $45.6 million, that’s a recipe for a modest hit.
Lucy rounded out the top ten, climbing up a spot from last week and bringing its domestic total to $121 million!
Check out the full box office chart below:
1 Guardians of the Galaxy $10,160,000 $294,567,000
2 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles $6,500,000 $174,647,000
3 If I Stay $5,750,000 $39,663,000
4 Let’s Be Cops $5,400,000 $66,598,000
5 The November Man $4,200,000 $17,870,000
6 As Above/So Below $3,723,000 $15,576,000
7 When the Game Stands Tall $3,700,000 $23,490,000
8 The Giver $3,591,000 $37,835,000
9 The Hundred-Foot Journey $3,200,000 $45,669,000
10 Lucy $1,950,000 $121,207,000
Next week, look for Winter, the tailless dolphin, and her sequel to knock Guardians out of the top spot. Tune in to see if I’m right.
Until then, happy movie going!
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