Sunday, April 26, 2015

Weekend Box Office Results: April 24th, 2015 - April 26th, 2015

"Furious 7" Owns the Month of April, "The Age of Adaline" Debuts at #3

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There is no doubt the month of April has belonged to "Furious 7," and this weekend, it brought in an additional estimated $18,259,000 in the United States alone. It also enters into the top 5 all-time global earners, bringing its total to $1,321,536,000 worldwide. Speaking of global earnings, while Americans must wait until May 1st for "Avengers: Age of Ultron," it has already been tearing up the foreign box offices, bringing in a whopping $201,200,000 in its opening weekend overseas. We're certain it is on the fast-track to an over one billion dollar payday. In more depressing news this weekend, "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2," despite it being panned by critics and audiences alike, brought in an additional $15,500,000, which makes us weep silently for the future of humanity. The charming romantic drama starring Blake Lively, "The Age of Adaline," debuts this weekend at #3, bringing in an estimated $13,375,000. The artificial intelligence sci-fi drama "Ex Machina" got an expanded release this weekend, which vaulted it to #6, earning $5,441,000. We highly recommend you see this film and our review will be out soon. The family cartoon "Home" and the horror movie "Unfriended" finish at #4 and #5 respectively this weekend, rounding out your top 5.

This Week Domestic Gross
1  Furious 7 $18,259,000 $320,536,000
2  Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 $15,500,000 $43,950,000
3  The Age of Adaline $13,375,000 $13,375,000
4  Home $8,300,000 $153,784,000
5  Unfriended $6,244,000 $25,158,000
6  Ex Machina $5,441,000 $6,920,000
7  The Longest Ride $4,365,000 $30,398,000
8  Get Hard $3,905,000 $84,066,000
9  Monkey Kingdom $3,551,000 $10,258,000
10  Woman in Gold $3,501,000 $21,635,000

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