Grosses

'Interstellar' Leads Thursday with $1.81M; 'Dumb and Dumber To' Claims $43.65M in Its First WeekNovember 21, 2014 12:30 PM

by Daniel Garris

Paramount's Interstellar grossed $1.81 million on Thursday to lead the daily box office one last time. The high-profile Christopher Nolan directed sci-fi film was down a solid 10 percent from Wednesday and down 46 percent from last Thursday. It should be noted that daily percentage declines were significant for most wide releases yesterday, due in large part to Lionsgate's The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 entering the marketplace on Thursday evening. Interstellar took third place for the week with a weekly haul of $36.97 million. That represented a 44 percent decline from the film's opening week performance and brings the film's domestic total to $105.59 million after 14 days of wide release.

Universal's Dumb and Dumber To held steady in second with $1.44 million. The long awaited comedy sequel starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels was down 12 percent from Wednesday. While it has shown early signs of front-loading throughout the midweek, Dumb and Dumber To was still the week's top film with a very solid seven-day start of $43.65 million. That was slightly ahead of pre-release expectations and places the film 5 percent ahead of the $41.56 million seven-day start of last year's Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.

Disney's Big Hero 6 took in $1.15 million to remain in third place. The 3D computer animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios was down just 1 percent from Wednesday, which represented one of the day's better daily percentage holds among wide releases. The film fell 39 percent from last Thursday. Big Hero 6 claimed second place for the week with $39.98 million. That was down 47 percent from the film's opening week performance and brings the film's two-week total to $115.62 million. Big Hero 6 is currently running 12 percent ahead of the $103.17 million 14-day take of 2012's Wreck-It Ralph.

Beyond the Lights rounded out its first week of release with a seventh place take of $0.256 million. The low-budget drama from Relativity was down 10 percent from Wednesday's performance. Beyond the Lights took fourth place for the week with a modest seven-day start of $7.49 million. That was below expectations and was 20 percent below the recent $9.37 million seven-day start of Addicted.

Daily Domestic Gross Sun, Jul. 4 2010

Wide (1000+)

#TitleSun, Jul. 4 2010LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1The Twilight Saga: Eclipse$13,258,246-43%4,468--$2,967$157,577,1691Summit
2The Last Airbender$9,322,544-35%3,169--$2,942$57,836,1161Paramount
3Toy Story 3$8,309,479-27%4,0280$2,063$289,106,1933Disney
4Grown Ups$5,127,427-27%3,5340$1,451$77,631,1172Sony / Columbia
5Knight and Day$3,119,803-21%3,1046$1,005$45,751,8472Fox
6The Karate Kid (2010)$2,225,125-28%3,109-631$716$151,523,5174Sony / Columbia
7The A-Team$903,564-25%2,153-1089$420$69,280,9744Fox

Limited (100 — 999)

#TitleSun, Jul. 4 2010LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Get Him to the Greek$331,555-29%884-1305$375$17,474,8155Universal
2Shrek Forever After$269,007-18%957-1383$281$232,278,6417Paramount / DreamWorks
3Iron Man 2$180,072-26%522-647$345$308,292,7779Paramount
4Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time$175,677-34%600-1251$293$88,144,6716Disney
5Letters to Juliet$162,679-47%340-169$478$50,945,2748Summit
6Solitary Man$157,915-23%176-1$897$2,757,6637Anchor Bay
7Killers$120,417-35%727-1544$166$45,170,6365Lionsgate
8Robin Hood$96,390-24%378-291$255$103,913,9358Universal
9Sex and the City 2$94,733-37%355-546$267$94,076,9426Warner Bros. / New Line
10Marmaduke$85,980-38%475-635$181$30,815,1265Fox
11How to Train Your Dragon$81,827-37%303-30$270$216,156,99415Paramount / DreamWorks
12Date Night$46,168-37%242-44$191$97,634,50813Fox
13Jonah Hex$32,844-21%350-2475$94$9,937,4233Warner Bros.
14Splice$31,564-55%140-200$225$16,539,2425Warner Bros
15Clash of the Titans (2010)$29,940-30%175-51$171$162,916,18914Warner Bros.
16Death at a Funeral (2010)$25,570-47%136-20$188$42,708,95112Sony / Screen Gems
17Furry Vengeance$20,088-43%107-50$188$17,466,37210Summit
18A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)$9,928-35%110-62$90$62,992,95010Warner Bros. / New Line

Platform (1 — 99)

#TitleSun, Jul. 4 2010LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Cyrus$225,106-28%7760$2,923$1,492,3463Fox Searchlight
2Winter's Bone$131,802-27%8313$1,588$1,712,2204Roadside Attractions
3Hubble 3D$81,731-10%522$1,572$9,678,30516Warner Bros. / IMAX
4City Island$37,317-15%81-24$461$6,320,62816Anchor Bay
5Under the Sea 3D$15,521-1%130$1,194$22,684,01873Warner Bros. / IMAX
6Just Wright$13,320-41%95-16$140$21,310,3948Fox Searchlight
7The Back-up Plan$12,906-35%97-50$133$37,358,50511CBS Films
8Babies$12,6220%42-22$301$7,279,5239Focus
9The Bounty Hunter$11,594-56%67-37$173$67,050,02416Sony / Columbia
10Diary of a Wimpy Kid$10,062-33%70-35$144$63,789,16216Fox
11Avatar$9,700-19%9-6$1,078$749,596,88729Fox
12Raavan$4,232-19%28-87$151$702,4283Reliance Big Pictures
13The Secret of Kells$3,626-10%14-1$259$655,93018GKIDS
14Princess Kaiulani$1,925-12%5-3$385$836,4718Roadside Attractions
15Racing Dreams$1,515200%30$505$49,1627Hanover House
16The Square (2010)$1,479-30%5-3$296$392,46413Apparition
17The Joneses$1,0908%1-2$1,090$1,469,63212Roadside Attractions