Grosses

'Fury' Adds $2.1M on Wednesday; 'Gone Girl' Tacks Another $1.5MOctober 23, 2014 07:50 AM

by Shawn Robbins

Sony reports that Fury added $2.13 million on Wednesday, off 25 percent from Tuesday's gross. The war drama from David Ayer has earned $31.0 million in its first six days, 9 percent off the pace of Captain Phillips

Gone Girl continues to hold up well with a 36 percent decline from last Wednesday to $1.5 million yesterday. David Fincher's adaptation has taken in a stellar $111.5 million through 20 days of release.

The Judge posted $0.79 million on Wednesday for a 36 percent week-to-week drop. Its 13-day total stands at $29.3 million.

Dracula Untold was down 48 percent from last Wednesday to $0.74 million yesterday. Universal's reimagining has grossed $43.4 million in its first 13 days.

The Best of Me claimed $0.665 million on Wednesday, giving it $12.25 million its first six days. That's 21 percent behind the pace of this year's Endless Love remake.

The Book of Life slipped out of the top five yesterday with $0.66 million. Its six-day start is a healthy $19.45 million, putting it less than 1 percent behind the pace of The Boxtrolls.

Meanwhile, Birdman tacked on $53,162 from four locations, giving it a $13,291 per-theater average and $0.584 million in the bank through just six days.

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#TitleweekendLocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Bringing Down the House$22,055,693-29%2,8010$7,874$61,288,7852Disney
2Agent Cody Banks$14,064,571--3,369--$4,175$14,064,5711MGM
3The Hunted$13,482,384--2,516--$5,359$13,482,3841Paramount
4Tears of the Sun$8,705,354-49%2,9730$2,928$30,719,0972Sony / Columbia
5Chicago$7,105,4794%2,6000$2,733$124,850,51612Miramax
6Old School$6,669,760-27%2,452-255$2,720$60,776,1694DreamWorks
7How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days$4,686,930-30%2,430-467$1,929$93,726,3326Paramount
8Willard$4,010,593--1,761--$2,277$4,010,5931New Line
9Daredevil$3,031,153-42%2,056-722$1,474$96,034,4155Fox
10Cradle 2 the Grave$2,974,994-54%2,150-475$1,384$31,693,4853Warner Bros.