Grosses

'Furious 7' Speeds to $265.35M in Two Weeks After Leading Thursday with $2.92MApril 17, 2015 12:58 PM

by Daniel Garris

Universal's Furious 7 grossed $2.92 million on Thursday to lead the daily box office for a 14th straight day. The well-received seventh installment of the blockbuster franchise featuring Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson and the late Paul Walker was essentially unchanged from Wednesday's performance and down a sharp 65 percent from last Thursday. Furious 7 easily led the week with a weekly take $73.42 million. That represented a 62 percent decline from the film's opening week performance and brings the film's two-week total to a massive $265.35 million. Furious 7 is running an extremely impressive 45 percent ahead of the $183.19 million 14-day take of 2013's Fast & Furious 6.

Fox's The Longest Ride rounded out its first week of release with a second place take of $0.822 million. The Nicholas Sparks adaptation starring Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood was up 2 percent over Wednesday, which represented one of the day's better daily percentage holds among wide releases. The Longest Ride placed in third for the week with a seven-day start of $16.66 million. That was on the low end of pre-release expectations. The film is running 29 percent ahead of the $12.93 million seven-day take of last year's The Best of Me and 42 percent behind the $28.60 million seven-day gross of 2012's The Lucky One.

Fellow Fox release Home held steady in third place with $0.712 million. The successful 3D computer animated film from DreamWorks Animation was down 1 percent from Wednesday and down a sharp 77 percent from last Thursday. Home placed in second for the week with $21.76 million. The film was down 49 percent from the previous frame and has grossed a significantly stronger than expected $132.31 million through three weeks of release.

Woman In Gold was up one spot and 2 percent over Wednesday to move into fourth place on Thursday with $0.583 million. The drama from The Weinstein Company starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds placed in seventh for the week with $7.90 million. Woman In Gold has grossed a solid $11.36 million in 16 days and will be playing in 2,011 locations this weekend.

Warner's Get Hard was down one spot and 5 percent from Wednesday to round out Thursday's top five with $0.576 million. The R-rated comedy starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart placed in fourth for the week with $10.88 million. That was down 41 percent from the previous frame and brings the film's three-week total to $73.45 million.

Daily Domestic Gross Wed, Oct. 17 2007

Wide (1000+)

#TitleWed, Oct. 17 2007LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?$1,129,109-20%2,011--$561$25,607,0771Lionsgate
2Michael Clayton$902,1680%2,5112496$359$14,059,3192Warner Bros.
3We Own the Night$857,520-10%2,362--$363$13,532,7441Sony / Columbia
4The Heartbreak Kid$592,039-4%3,2334$183$27,641,6092Paramount / DreamWorks
5Elizabeth: The Golden Age$470,577-8%2,001--$235$7,635,8011Universal
6The Game Plan$460,8453%3,12823$147$60,414,5853Disney
7The Kingdom$383,559-7%2,83634$135$41,188,6863Universal
8Resident Evil: Extinction$215,409-3%2,249-599$96$48,733,9264Sony / Screen Gems
9Good Luck Chuck$191,485-1%1,951-525$98$33,331,4834Lionsgate
103:10 to Yuma (2007)$183,0875%1,820-742$101$52,053,7256Lionsgate