Grosses

'American Sniper' Claims $217.1M After Two Weeks of Wide ReleaseJanuary 30, 2015 01:18 PM

by Daniel Garris

Warner's American Sniper took in $3.67 million on Thursday to lead the daily box office for a fourteenth straight day. The blockbuster Clint Eastwood directed film starring Bradley Cooper was down 4 percent from Wednesday and down a significant 52 percent from last Thursday. American Sniper easily led the weekly box office with $81.32 million for the frame. That was down a healthy 39 percent from the previous week and places the film's domestic total at $217.09 million after two weeks of wide release. American Sniper is running an extremely impressive 56 percent ahead of the $139.54 million two-week take of 2013's Gravity.

The Boy Next Door held steady in second place with $0.792 million. The Jennifer Lopez led thriller from Universal fell 6 percent from Wednesday's performance. The Boy Next Door placed in second for the week with $18.59 million. The film was off to a very solid start this week, especially with its low production budget in mind. The Boy Next Door is running 18 percent ahead of the $15.71 million seven-day take of 2010's The Back-Up Plan.

Sony's The Wedding Ringer took in $0.685 million to remain in third. The modestly budgeted comedy starring Kevin Hart and Josh Gad was down 4 percent from Wednesday and down 42 percent from last Thursday. The Wedding Ringer placed in third for the week with $14.367 million. That was down 49 percent from the previous week and brings the film's two-week total to a solid $42.44 million.

The Weinstein Company's The Imitation Game continued to claim fourth with $0.542 million for the day. The Best Picture nominee starring Benedict Cumberbatch fell a slim 2 percent from Wednesday and just 13 percent from last Thursday. The Imitation Game placed in fifth for the week with $9.28 million and has grossed a healthy $62.78 million to date.

Fellow Best Picture nominee Selma was up two spots and 14 percent over Wednesday to round out Thursday's top five with $0.480 million. The critically acclaimed film from Paramount finished in seventh this week with $7.19 million. That was down 55 percent from the previous frame and places the film's total gross at $40.91 million after three weeks of wide release.

Paddington was down one spot and 2 percent from Wednesday to land in sixth with $0.447 million. The well received family film from The Weinstein Company placed in fourth for the week with $14.364 million. Paddington was down 48 percent from last week and has grossed $42.04 million in its first two weeks.

Daily Domestic Gross Thu, Nov. 28 2002

Wide (1000+)

#TitleThu, Nov. 28 2002LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Die Another Day$8,407,98726%3,324--$2,529$70,369,6211MGM
2Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets$7,219,58813%3,6820$1,961$168,042,3482Warner Bros.
3The Santa Clause 2$2,803,40344%2,526-820$1,110$101,455,4574Disney
4Treasure Planet$2,168,795-8%3,179--$682$4,516,5350Disney
5Eight Crazy Nights$2,029,064-21%2,503--$811$4,610,2230Sony / Columbia
6Friday After Next$2,025,69372%1,621--$1,250$17,777,9351New Line
7Solaris$1,505,22030%2,406--$626$2,665,5750Fox
88 Mile$1,435,14325%2,51822$570$101,637,0603Universal
9The Ring$1,271,39421%1,912-970$665$114,524,8766DreamWorks
10Wes Craven Presents: They$1,250,92511%1,475--$848$2,376,4510Miramax / Dimension