Looks like Will Ferrell and I are both losers. Home came from outer space and nowhere to snatch up the top spot with a $54 million opening.
Get Hard was still tough at number two with a $34.6 million opening. Not bad at all for an R rated comedy in March.
Insurgent is falling steadily, coming in at number three with $22 million and a domestic total of $86.3 million so far.
Cinderella was still full of magic at number four with $17.5 million for a three week domestic total of $150 million.
After three weeks in release, the indie horror flick It Follows climbed up from number 19 to number five thanks to great word of mouth and a huge increase in the number of theatre screens.
Kingsmen the Secret Service is still going strong after 7 weeks in release, coming in at number six with another $3 million.
Run All Night stumbled further to number seven with $2.2 million.
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel took the number eight spot with $2.18 million.
Do You Believe, which I still have never heard of, slipped to number nine in its second week of release with $2.15 million.
Rounding out the top ten was The Gunman with $2 million and a dismal domestic gross of $8.8 million in two weeks.
Check out the full box office chart below:
1 Home (2015) $54,000,000 $54,000,000
2 Get Hard $34,610,000 $34,610,000
3 The Divergent Series: Insurgent $22,075,000 $86,394,000
4 Cinderella (2015) $17,515,000 $150,022,000
5 It Follows $4,021,000 $4,755,000
6 Kingsman: The Secret Service $3,050,000 $119,424,000
7 Run All Night $2,205,000 $23,823,000
8 The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel $2,185,000 $28,135,000
9 Do You Believe? $2,150,000 $7,052,000
10 The Gunman $2,045,000 $8,810,000
Next week look for Fast and Furious 7 to speed its way to number one. Tune in to see if I’m right.
Until then happy movie going!!
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