Fox reports The Martian added $3.74 million as it easily retained first place on Wednesday. That gives it a six-day domestic total of $67.9 million, putting it 8 percent behind where Gravity stood at the same point and 4 percent ahead of Interstellar.
In second place, Hotel Transylvania 2 eased 37 percent from last Wednesday to $1.24 million yesterday. With $95.2 million in the bank through 13 days of play, the sequel is pacing 14 percent ahead of its predecessor.
The Intern claimed third place yesterday with $0.99 million, down just 42 percent from last week. With $39.9 million earned through 13 days, the Nancy Meyers film continues to enjoy strong holding power thanks to positive word of mouth.
Sicario took fourth place on Wednesday with $0.92 million, up 373 percent from last week when the film was still in limited release. The strongly reviewed thriller has earned $18.4 million domestically thus far.
Filling out the top five, Black Mass was off 59 percent from last Wednesday to $0.46 million yesterday. The film's domestic total now stands at $54 million.
Meanwhile, The Walk added $165,371 million in IMAX release yesterday, down 31 percent from its first day last week. The well-reviewed Robert Zemeckis film has earned $2.54 million through eight days and expands nationwide on Friday.
|#||Title||Thu, Aug. 7 2003||Locations||Avg.||Total||Wks.||Dist.|
|1||Freaky Friday (2003)||$4,892,198||-19%||2,710||--||$1,805||$10,897,281||0||Disney|
|3||Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl||$2,314,929||1%||3,390||-26||$683||$219,728,675||4||Disney|
|5||Spy Kids 3D: Game Over||$1,804,882||-9%||3,364||20||$537||$77,313,919||2||Miramax / Dimension|
|6||Lara Croft, Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life||$1,286,823||-3%||3,222||0||$399||$48,499,419||2||Paramount|
|7||Bad Boys II||$1,274,687||0%||3,022||-180||$422||$117,052,926||3||Sony / Columbia|
|9||The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen||$363,054||-2%||2,007||-525||$181||$60,636,819||4||Fox|
|10||Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines||$333,769||-4%||1,760||-900||$190||$144,368,645||5||Warner Bros.|