'Insurgent' Cracks $60 Million in Six DaysMarch 26, 2015 07:10 AM

by BoxOffice Staff

Lionsgate reports that The Divergent Series: Insurgent claimed first place again on Wednesday with $2.58 million. That puts its six-day domestic total at $61.76 million, 6 percent off the pace of last year's Divergent.

Disney's Cinderella easily held onto second place with another $2.22 million yesterday, off 51 percent from last week. Their latest fairy tale remake has grossed an impressive $130.3 million through 13 days of release.

Run All Night took third yesterday with $0.46 million, down 44 percent from last week. The Liam Neeson thriller has totaled $21.2 million through 13 days.

Continuing to display strong legs, Kingsman: The Secret Service held fourth place on Wednesday as it eased 34 percent to $0.43 million. The graphic novel pic's total stands at $116.0 million.

Filling out the top five, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel bagged $0.42 million yesterday as it eased 35 percent from last week. The sequel's total is now $25.56 million.

Meanwhile, Do You Believe? took in $0.297 million in eighth place. The faith-based film's six-day haul is $4.6 million, 62 percent behind where God's Not Dead stood.

Daily Domestic Gross Fri, Aug. 10 2007

Wide (1000+)

#TitleFri, Aug. 10 2007LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Rush Hour 3$18,954,769--3,778--$5,017$18,954,7691New Line
2The Bourne Ultimatum$10,394,38972%3,68626$2,820$109,068,2352Universal
3The Simpsons Movie$3,595,25437%3,552-374$1,012$144,709,1003Fox
6Hairspray (2007)$2,182,50240%2,805-310$778$87,935,8694New Line
7I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry$1,945,39946%2,799-490$695$99,848,6604Universal
8Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix$1,574,09232%2,585-540$609$268,191,6045Warner Bros.
9No Reservations$1,294,77138%2,053-372$631$29,464,3153Warner Bros.
10Daddy Day Camp$1,277,94880%2,332--$548$2,761,9171Sony / TriStar