Grosses

'Straight Outta Compton' Leads Monday with $1.34M; 'War Room' a Strong Second with $0.96MSeptember 01, 2015 12:58 PM

by Daniel Garris

Straight Outta Compton took in $1.34 million on Monday to lead the daily box office for the 17th time in the past 18 days. The successful F. Gary Gray directed N.W.A biopic from Universal was down 64 percent from Sunday and down a sizable 51 percent from last Monday. Straight Outta Compton continues to impress in a big way with an 18-day take of $135.36 million. That places the film a strong 45 percent ahead of the $93.47 million 18-day gross of last year's Ride Along.

Sony's War Room claimed second place with $0.965 million. The low-budget Kendrick Brothers produced faith based film from TriStar and AFFIRM Films fell a sharp 72 percent from Sunday. War Room is playing in a modest 1,135 locations, which gave the film a healthy per-location average of $850 for the day. War Room is outpacing expectations with a four-day start of $12.32 million and is running 27 percent ahead of the $9.67 million four-day take of 2011's Courageous.

Paramount's Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation placed in third with $0.727 million. The fifth installment of the Tom Cruise led blockbuster franchise declined 68 percent from Sunday and just 31 percent from last Monday. Thanks in part to strong holding power throughout its run, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation has grossed a very healthy $170.97 million in 32 days. The film should hold up especially well over the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend frame.

The Weinstein Company's No Escape followed in fourth with $0.689 million. The action thriller starring Owen Wilson, Pierce Brosnan and Lake Bell was down 69 percent from Sunday's performance. No Escape has grossed $10.86 million in six days. That is in line with the film's modest expectations and places the film 8 percent behind the $11.80 million six-day start of last year's The November Man (which had the added advantage of opening over Labor Day weekend).

Meanwhile, We Are Your Friends continued to under-perform in a big way with a daily take of just $203,893. The low budget Zac Efron led drama from Warner Bros. was down 52 percent from Sunday and placed in thirteenth for the day. We Are Your Friends has grossed an anemic $1.97 million in four days and will obviously fade away from theatres very quickly.

Daily Domestic Gross Sun, Aug. 7 2011

Wide (1000+)

#TitleSun, Aug. 7 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Rise of the Planet of the Apes$15,966,318-17%3,648--$4,377$54,806,1911Fox
2The Smurfs$6,680,744-17%3,3950$1,968$75,904,2462Sony / Columbia
3Cowboys & Aliens$4,692,695-26%3,7544$1,250$67,349,5202Universal
4Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2$4,235,921-12%3,175-970$1,334$343,086,0454Warner Bros.
5Captain America: The First Avenger$4,043,499-22%3,620-95$1,117$143,203,9673Paramount
6The Change-Up$3,757,770-25%2,913--$1,290$13,531,1151Universal
7Crazy, Stupid, Love$3,574,782-24%3,0200$1,184$42,102,2522Warner Bros.
8Friends With Benefits$1,410,346-22%2,398-528$588$48,526,2873Sony / Screen Gems
9Horrible Bosses$1,361,451-27%2,025-485$672$105,125,4155Warner Bros. / New Line
10Transformers: Dark of the Moon$973,893-22%1,854-750$525$344,244,4866Paramount / DreamWorks
11Zookeeper$627,589-28%1,724-694$364$73,613,5405Sony / Columbia

Limited (100 — 999)

#TitleSun, Aug. 7 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Cars 2$437,753-9%926-837$473$184,807,3307Disney
2Winnie the Pooh$317,2444%716-916$443$24,440,6284Disney
3Bridesmaids$160,825-30%374-110$430$166,499,06513Universal
4Kung Fu Panda 2$151,543-24%290-29$523$162,695,95711Paramount / DreamWorks
5Mr. Popper's Penguins$112,181-33%327-85$343$65,426,9698Fox
6X-Men: First Class$91,870-39%236-18$389$145,292,35110Fox
7Bad Teacher$86,823-38%350-415$248$97,513,9677Sony / Columbia
8The Hangover Part II$85,840-26%303-43$283$253,589,16311Warner Bros.
9The Tree of Life$84,149-21%170-26$495$12,158,11911Fox Searchlight
10Snow Flower and the Secret Fan$60,448-17%11623$521$1,015,4704Fox Searchlight
11Beginners$58,773-28%126-21$466$5,344,57810Focus
12Super 8$48,040-30%174-151$276$125,316,7999Paramount
13Rio (2011)$43,351-21%139-35$312$143,323,28117Fox
14Larry Crowne$42,365-39%229-106$185$35,398,4856Universal
15Monte Carlo$33,449-35%141-27$237$22,516,0996Fox
16Thor$32,639-26%141-49$231$180,825,65114Paramount
17Green Lantern (2011)$30,881-27%108-27$286$114,570,3848Warner Bros.

Platform (1 — 99)

#TitleSun, Aug. 7 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Sarah's Key$190,638-17%6734$2,845$1,279,8913Weinstein Company
2Born to Be Wild 3D$82,401-2%490$1,682$10,798,27218Warner Bros. / IMAX
3The Devil's Double$65,832-12%3328$1,995$342,1512Lionsgate
4Another Earth$57,947-13%5535$1,054$452,7793Fox Searchlight
5The Future$29,256-15%1817$1,625$130,2712Roadside Attractions
6Attack the Block$25,119-16%80$3,140$295,8312Sony / Screen Gems
7Fast Five$18,065-24%86-39$210$209,805,00515Universal
8A Better Life$12,484-31%74-34$169$1,664,3397Summit
9Gun Hill Road$11,137-10%3--$3,712$37,9631Motion Film Group
10Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer$8,814-14%88-73$100$14,959,1599Relativity Media
11Project Nim$8,487-7%210$404$270,1235Roadside Attractions
12Insidious$3,396-32%26-15$131$53,966,56919FilmDistrict
1335 and Ticking$2,980-29%53$596$106,33912Image Entertainment
14Singham$1,63320%9-30$181$345,1253Reliance Big Pictures
15Delhi Belly$1,278-44%6-1$213$1,531,7576UTV Communications
16Everything Must Go$928-39%80$116$2,699,83113Roadside Attractions
17Submarine$912-24%10-9$91$459,23510Weinstein Company
18The Last Mountain$514-41%31$171$115,97710Dada Films
19Queen of the Sun: What are the Bees Telling Us?$2209%20$110$233,83847Collective Eye
20The Conspirator$9678%2-1$48$11,531,99717Roadside Attractions