Grosses

'Kung Fu Panda 3' Passes $70M Mark after Leading Monday with $1.55M; 'Hail, Caesar!' Claims Second with $0.89M, 'The Revenant' Passes $150M After $0.69M Daily TakeFebruary 09, 2016 12:31 PM

by Daniel Garris

Kung Fu Panda 3 took in $1.55 million on Monday to lead the daily box office for an eleventh consecutive day. The 3D computer animated sequel from Fox and DreamWorks Animation was down 68 percent from Super Bowl Sunday and down a very slim 11 percent from last Monday. Kung Fu Panda 3 passed the $70 million mark yesterday and has grossed $70.85 million in eleven days. The film is currently running 23 percent behind the $92.13 million eleven-day take of last year's Hotel Transylvania 2. With no new family films entering the marketplace this coming weekend, Kung Fu Panda 3 is likely to hold up very well over the Presidents Day holiday frame.

Universal's Hail, Caesar! claimed second place with $0.886 million. The Coen Brothers directed film featuring Josh Brolin and George Clooney was down 49 percent from Sunday. Yesterday's hold was a bit concerning going forward, as Hail, Caesar! didn't rebound as well from the Super Bowl as a number of other films aimed adults did on Monday. Hail, Caesar! has grossed $12.24 million in four days. That is in line with expectations and places the film 9 percent behind the $13.42 million four-day start of 2008's Leatherheads.

Fox's The Revenant placed in third with $0.692 million. The Alejandro González Iñárritu directed western starring Leonardo DiCaprio was down just 35 percent from Sunday's deflated performance and down 28 percent from last Monday. The Revenant passed the $150 million mark yesterday and has grossed an impressive $150.24 million after 32 days of wide release (and an additional two weeks of platform release).

Disney's Star Wars: The Force Awakens followed closely behind in fourth place with $0.679 million. The Revenant and The Force Awakens were separated by only $13,861 for the day. The seventh chapter of the Star Wars franchise declined 53 percent from Sunday and just 13 percent from last Monday. The 53-day total for The Force Awakens stands at a record-breaking $906.72 million.

Fellow Disney release The Finest Hours rounded out Monday's top five with $0.469 million. The 3D action drama starring Chris Pine was down 39 percent from Sunday and down 38 percent from last Monday. The Finest Hours has grossed a lackluster $18.96 million in eleven days of release.

Lionsgate's The Choice and Sony's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies continued their soft starts on Monday with respective sixth and seventh place takes of $0.430 million and $0.429 million. The two films were essentially tied yesterday, as they were separated by just $602 for the day. Respective four-day grosses stand at a disappointing $6.48 million for The Choice and at an even more disappointing $5.75 million for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

Daily Domestic Gross Mon, Feb. 14 2011

Wide (1000+)

#TitleMon, Feb. 14 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Just Go With It$6,037,277-22%3,548--$1,702$36,552,0091Sony / Columbia
2Gnomeo and Juliet$2,703,451-64%2,994--$903$28,060,3601Disney
3Justin Bieber: Never Say Never$1,757,507-73%3,105--$566$32,014,1081Paramount
4The Roommate$1,584,973-6%2,5340$625$27,363,8992Sony / Screen Gems
5No Strings Attached$1,528,8352%2,756-294$555$61,559,9134Paramount
6The King's Speech$1,098,347-45%2,263-321$485$94,774,10812Weinstein Company
7The Eagle$1,076,886-52%2,296--$469$9,761,3501Focus
8Sanctum$990,205-40%2,7892$355$19,025,2802Universal
9The Rite$663,142-24%2,207-778$300$29,521,4393Warner Bros. / New Line
10The Mechanic$615,973-35%1,886-818$327$26,034,6263CBS Films
11The Green Hornet$563,660-45%2,090-943$270$92,969,6215Sony / Columbia
12True Grit (2010)$553,795-45%2,072-830$267$160,908,8248Paramount
13Black Swan$319,043-45%1,069-908$298$99,656,26311Fox Searchlight
14The Fighter$285,519-51%1,049-613$272$85,917,54310Paramount
15The Dilemma$204,930-18%1,242-1303$165$47,840,6255Universal
16Yogi Bear$73,100-72%1,111-696$66$96,691,3799Warner Bros.

Limited (100 — 999)

#TitleMon, Feb. 14 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Blue Valentine (2010)$108,060-35%393-57$275$8,319,6707Weinstein Company
2Tangled$105,939-59%784-585$135$193,410,63512Disney
3TRON: Legacy$84,278-48%364-676$232$169,838,1109Disney
4127 Hours$80,121-50%359-540$223$16,926,01715Fox Searchlight
5Biutiful$72,934-59%19112$382$2,336,2757Roadside Attractions
6Little Fockers$65,720-28%424-931$155$147,299,2108Universal
7Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1$64,849-54%40944$159$293,420,25713Warner Bros.
8From Prada to Nada$60,421-44%252-9$240$2,649,3473Lionsgate / Pantelion
9The Company Men$59,473-56%27746$215$3,091,5434Weinstein Company
10The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader$40,514-51%293-221$138$103,021,56510Fox
11Megamind$36,431-61%252-38$145$147,915,41715Paramount / DreamWorks
12Gulliver's Travels (2010)$27,132-56%308-187$88$41,941,7398Fox
13The Social Network$17,551-49%178-116$99$96,636,67520Sony / Columbia
14Unstoppable (2010)$17,355-40%147-55$118$81,373,85114Fox
15Season of the Witch$16,751-37%176-316$95$24,461,7486Relativity Media
16Rabbit Hole$10,978-57%112-19$98$1,886,9149Lionsgate

Platform (1 — 99)

#TitleMon, Feb. 14 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Cedar Rapids$34,066-60%15--$2,271$337,0341Fox Searchlight
2Hubble 3D$28,691-32%480$598$21,474,28948Warner Bros. / IMAX
3The Way Back$5,772-48%0-145--$2,643,6534Newmarket Films
4Somewhere (2010)$5,580-47%32-14$174$1,674,1738Focus
5Fair Game (2010)$4,628-31%78-71$59$9,532,72015Summit
6Waiting for Forever$2,23919%1411$160$23,2142Freestyle
7Winter's Bone$1,958-64%26-9$75$6,396,96336Roadside Attractions
8I Love You Phillip Morris$1,579-37%23-16$69$1,937,79611Roadside Attractions
9Vidal Sassoon: The Movie$1,108-60%1--$1,108$14,1611Phase 4 Films