Box Office Breakdown! Noah Hits #1! Divergent Holds For #2! Sabotage Bombs! Doh!

Are you not entertained? America certainly was by Noah, who celebrated a $44 million opening in the top spot. Though it exceeded Studio expectations, Noah has a long way to go to recoup its $125 million budget.

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Divergent slipped to number two, but collected a hefty $26 million, bringing its domestic total to $95 million.

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Muppets Most Wanted nabbed another $11 million in the number three spot and should recoup its $50 million budget, but I definitely wouldn’t call this one a win.


Mr. Peabody & Sherman came in at number four with $9.5 million to its $95 million domestic total. But with a bloated budget of $145 million, this animated film is a dog.

God’s Not Dead , the indie flick that came from nowhere, scored the number five spot along with another $9 million.

The Grand Budapest Hotel moved up a floor to number six with $8.8 million.

Sabotage bombed, opening at number seven with just $5.3 million. Too bad. Aside from Schwarzenegger, it’s a great cast.

Need for Speed is almost out of gas, coming in at number eight with $4.3 million for a domestic total of $37 million.

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300: Rise of An Empire is still slaying tickets sales at number nine with $4.3 million.

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Rounding out the top ten was Non-Stop, with $4 million towards its $85 million domestic total. Hear that tick tack noise? That’s the sounds of Non-Stop 2 being written.

Check out the full box office chart below:
1 Noah $44,000,000 $44,000,000
2 Divergent $26,500,000 $95,260,000
3 Muppets Most Wanted $11,373,000 $33,210,000
4 Mr. Peabody & Sherman $9,500,000 $94,909,000
5 God’s Not Dead $9,075,000 $22,028,000
6 The Grand Budapest Hotel $8,825,000 $24,457,000
7 Sabotage $5,330,000 $5,330,000
8 Need for Speed $4,335,000 $37,753,000
9 300: Rise of An Empire $4,300,000 $101,145,000
10 Non-Stop $4,087,000 $85,167,000

Next week is a no-brainer with Captain America easily taking the top spot. But just how much will it make? I’m guessing upwards of $85 million. In fact, I’ll call it here and say it will make over $100 million. Tune in to see if I’m right.

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Until then, happy movie going.

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