Box Office Breakdown! Spider-Man Slings To #1! Other Woman Drops To #2! Rio 2 Crosses 100 Million!

It’s no surprise that Spidey took the top spot but what is amazing is its $92 million opening! That’s just 3 million less than Captain America. The Amazing Spiderman 2 is destined for greatness.

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The Other Woman fell just one spot to number two with $14.2 million and a total domestic gross of $47 million. With a budget of $42 million, Cameron is back on top as a comedy star.

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Heaven is for Real is keeping the faith, holding at number three with $8.7 million.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier took a hit and fell to number four after 5 weeks in release taking in $7.7 million. Its worldwide gross is now $680 million. Let’s see if Spidey can snare that much.

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Rio 2 molted a little in the number five spot with $7.6 million.

Brick Mansions fell a spot to number six with $3.5 million.

Divergent came back to life at number seven, climbing up two spots from last week, and taking in $2.1 million. These teen titans have been in release for seven weeks now and are still going strong.

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The Quiet Ones made a peep at number eight with $2 million.

God’s Not Dead fell to number nine with $1.7 million. With a tiny budget of $2 million, this insightful indie has grossed $55 domestically so far. Color me impressed.

Rounding out the top ten, and out of left field, was The Grand Budapest Hotel with $1.7 million. The Wes Anderson favorite was 13 last week, but managed to climb back into the top ten.

Check out the full box office chart below:

1 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 $92,000,000 $92,000,000
2 The Other Woman $14,200,000 $47,345,000
3 Heaven is for Real $8,700,000 $65,600,000
4 Captain America: The Winter Soldier $7,762,000 $237,143,000
5 Rio 2 $7,600,000 $106,470,000
6 Brick Mansions $3,545,000 $15,482,000
7 Divergent $2,175,000 $142,662,000
8 The Quiet Ones $2,000,000 $6,761,000
9 God’s Not Dead $1,769,000 $55,564,000
10 The Grand Budapest Hotel $1,735,000 $51,506,000

Next week, Zac Efron takes on Andrew Garfield in a comic book hero versus frat boy comedy show down. As much as I love Zac, my money is on Spiderman for a repeat at number one. Tune in to see if I’m right.

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Until then, happy movie going.

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