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'John Wick' Leads the Way on Wednesday with $1.14 Million; 'Ouija' Adds $0.87 MillionOctober 30, 2014 07:00 AM

by BoxOffice Staff

Lionsgate reports that John Wick added $1.14 million on Wednesday as it again claimed first place. That brings the Keanu Reeves action flick up to $18.48 million through six days of release, 61 percent ahead of the pace of Brick Mansions.

Fury tacked on another $1.115 million yesterday, off 48 percent from the same day last week. With $50.2 million in the bank through 13 days, the pic is roughly 3 percent ahead of the pace of Monuments Men.

Gone Girl eased 41 percent from last Wednesday to $0.89 million yesterday. The hit adaptation's total now stands at $126.9 million.

Universal's Ouija earned $0.87 million on Wednesday, bringing its cume to $23.1 million. The board game/horror adaptation is running 20 percent ahead of last year's Carrie remake and 6 percent ahead of 2012's Sinister so far.

St. Vincent continues to enjoy great word of mouth as it added $0.68 million yesterday. The Weinstein dramedy expanded into wide release last week thanks to much acclaim for the Bill Murray-Melissa McCarthy film. Through 19 days of overall release, it's earned a healthy $11.1 million.

Meanwhile, Birdman continues to play well in limited release as it added $118,175 on Wednesday, giving it a $2,364 per-theater average from 50 locations. The total through 13 days stands at $2.38 million.

Weekend Actuals (Domestic) Fri, Feb. 21 - Sun, Feb. 23

Wide (1000+)

#TitleweekendLocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Daredevil$18,092,486-55%3,4743$5,208$69,473,5852Fox
2Old School$17,454,952--2,689--$6,491$17,454,9521DreamWorks
3How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days$11,589,761-38%2,9230$3,965$64,619,6983Paramount
4The Jungle Book 2$8,709,838-24%2,8157$3,094$25,170,3252Disney
5Chicago$8,241,306-35%2,35587$3,499$94,086,5359Miramax
6The Life of David Gale$7,116,544--2,002--$3,555$7,116,5441Universal
7Shanghai Knights$6,508,453-41%2,526-229$2,577$44,508,0183Disney
8Gods and Generals$4,675,427--1,533--$3,050$4,675,4271Warner Bros.
9Dark Blue$3,880,965--2,176--$1,784$3,880,9651MGM / United Artists
10The Recruit$3,414,569-53%1,678-658$2,035$44,328,5574Disney