'Mockingjay – Part 2' Comfortably Remains #1 with $52.0M; 'The Good Dinosaur' Underperforms with $39.2M; 'Creed' Strong in First Round with $29.6MNovember 30, 2015 03:45 PM

by Daniel Garris

Please note that we are still waiting for Fox to report grosses for the weekend.  We will have their weekend grosses listed ASAP.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 took in $52.00 million over the three-day weekend to comfortably remain in first place. The final chapter of the young adult blockbuster franchise starring Jennifer Lawrence declined 49 percent from last weekend. The film continues to display stronger early holding power than last year's The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, which fell 53 percent in its second weekend to gross $56.97 million. Mockingjay - Part 2 has grossed $198.55 million in ten days of release. The film is currently running 12 percent behind the $225.68 million ten-day take of Mockingjay - Part 1 and should continue to make up some ground in the comparison going forward. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 took in $75.98 million over the extended five-day holiday frame.

The Good Dinosaur opened in second place with a three-day take of $39.16 million. The latest 3D computer animated film from Disney and Pixar debuted below expectations and delivered the lowest opening weekend performance for a Pixar film since the $33.26 million take of A Bug's Life way back in 1998. When adjusting for ticket price inflation the three-day weekend gross for The Good Dinosaur was the lowest ever for a Pixar film. At the same time, The Good Dinosaur did register the fourth largest three-day Thanksgiving weekend debut on record (without adjusting for ticket price inflation). The Good Dinosaur has grossed $55.46 million in five days, which gave the film a five-day weekend to three-day weekend ratio of 1.42 to 1. The film is running 19 percent behind the $68.71 million five-day Thanksgiving start of 2010's Tangled. Going forward, The Good Dinosaur will likely hold up very well thanks in part to the relative lack of strong family alternatives to Disney's Star Wars: The Force Awakens throughout the holiday season.

The Good Dinosaur received a strong A rating on CinemaScore, which is a promising sign going forward. The audience breakdown for the film skewed towards female moviegoers (53 percent) and towards moviegoers 25 years and under (58 percent). Family audiences represented 79 percent of the film's overall audience (in comparison, families made up 71 percent of the opening weekend audience for Inside Out earlier this year).

Warner and MGM's Creed took in $29.63 million to open in third over the three-day frame. The critically acclaimed seventh installment of the Rocky franchise outpaced expectations with a strong five-day start of $42.12 million. With a five-day to three-day ratio of 1.42 to 1, Creed was also quite back-loaded for a non-holiday opener aimed at adults over Thanksgiving weekend. That is a good early sign for the film going forward. Without taking into account for ticket-price inflation, Creed registered the tenth largest three-day Thanksgiving weekend debut on record. Creed opened an extremely impressive 93 percent ahead of the $21.85 million five-day pre-Christmas start of 2006's Rocky Balboa. However, it should be noted that as a Thanksgiving release, Creed is likely to be more front-loaded than Rocky Balboa was. In a month full of wide releases that have failed to live up to expectations, Creed already looks to be a much needed exception to that trend.

Like The Good Dinosaur, Creed also received a healthy A rating on CinemaScore. The audience breakdown for the film skewed heavily towards both male moviegoers (66 percent) and moviegoers over the age of 25 (62 percent).

Spectre claimed fourth place with a three-day take of $12.89 million. The latest installment of Sony and MGM's James Bond franchise was down 14 percent from last weekend. That represented a very solid holiday hold for the film, especially given the strong start of Creed. Spectre has grossed $176.13 million in 24 days. That places the film 16 percent ahead of the $151.62 million 24-day take of 2008's Quantum of Solace and 28 percent behind the $245.59 million 24-day gross of 2012's Skyfall. Spectre took in an estimated $18.22 million over the five-day frame.

Daily Domestic Gross Mon, May. 27 2013

Wide (1000+)

#TitleMon, May. 27 2013LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Fast & Furious 6$19,661,750-27%3,658--$5,375$117,036,9951Universal
2Star Trek Into Darkness$9,896,297-23%3,90739$2,533$156,013,8792Paramount
4The Hangover Part III$8,591,168-32%3,555--$2,417$62,051,8291Warner Bros.
5Iron Man 3$5,368,815-19%3,424-813$1,568$372,775,9314Disney
6The Great Gatsby (2013)$3,484,035-23%3,090-460$1,128$117,754,2093Warner Bros.
7The Croods$414,328-6%1,008-1365$411$179,657,54610Fox / DreamWorks Animation
8Pain and Gain$145,104-31%1,003-1426$145$48,701,8055Paramount

Limited (100 — 999)

#TitleMon, May. 27 2013LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Mud$569,633-17%712-248$800$15,124,9525Roadside Attractions
242 (2013)$450,6490%915-1465$493$91,513,7667Warner Bros.
3Oz: The Great and Powerful$201,566-13%401-134$503$232,416,13012Disney
4Oblivion (2013)$168,740-44%572-1505$295$87,503,8956Universal
5The Iceman$111,565--258--$432$1,463,9034Millennium Entertainment
6G.I. Joe: Retaliation$108,607-29%346-63$314$121,196,7009Paramount
7Tyler Perry Presents Peeples$107,6486%485-1556$222$8,896,2763Lionsgate
8Escape From Planet Earth$81,636-13%346-347$236$56,039,40015Weinstein Company
9The Big Wedding$54,688-28%265-1178$206$21,139,3185Lionsgate
10Olympus Has Fallen$47,346-21%209-257$227$97,726,85610FilmDistrict
11The Place Beyond the Pines$41,388-23%128-189$323$20,997,1729Focus
12The Call$38,443-31%166--$232$51,595,37211Sony / TriStar
13Jack the Giant Slayer$37,139-3%185-65$201$65,006,13313Warner Bros. / New Line
14Identity Thief$31,790-51%187-54$170$134,288,82516Universal
15Tyler Perry's Temptation$18,608-13%131-19$142$51,954,5249Lionsgate
16Scary Movie 5$9,612-50%171-337$56$31,379,5107Weinstein / Dimension

Platform (1 — 99)

#TitleMon, May. 27 2013LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Frances Ha$134,436--60--$2,241$888,9122IFC Films
2Before Midnight$59,061--5--$11,812$305,9751Sony Pictures Classics
3Love Is All You Need$54,829--63--$870$477,1344Sony Pictures Classics
4Kon-Tiki$44,532-19%643$696$708,6685Weinstein Company
5What Maisie Knew$41,676--27--$1,544$301,3334Millenium Entertainment
6Renoir$39,887--75--$532$1,735,5699IDP / Samuel Goldwyn
7Stories We Tell$30,570-24%263$1,176$753,4243Roadside Attractions
8The Company You Keep$29,856--96--$311$4,780,0048Sony Pictures Classics
9Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's$22,296-11%3713$603$314,1384eOne Films US
10Fill the Void$20,940--3--$6,980$80,1041Sony Pictures Classics
11The Sapphires$20,337-13%61-41$333$2,129,12410Weinstein Company
12At Any Price$19,798--81--$244$282,1305Sony Pictures Classics
13Hubble 3D$15,622--18-1$868$38,394,506167Warner Bros. / IMAX
14Filly Brown$15,363-13%29-10$530$2,833,3836Lionsgate / Pantelion
15The Reluctant Fundamentalist$15,294--51--$300$456,1575IFC Films
16Snitch (2013)$10,781-17%93-60$116$42,919,09614Lionsgate / Summit
17To the Arctic 3D$7,886-55%520$152$12,629,48258Warner Bros. / IMAX
18Quartet$7,73411%30-12$258$18,242,71720Weinstein Company
19In the House$7,565--21--$360$361,8106Cohen Media Group
20The Host (2013)$7,55139%59-172$128$26,616,9999Open Road
21Spring Breakers$7,472-15%7059$107$14,088,74311A24
22We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks$6,502-29%4--$1,626$34,1911Focus World
23From Up on Poppy Hill$6,2772%24-12$262$965,75411GKIDS
24The Angels' Share$5,912--23--$257$287,9217IFC Films
25Born to Be Wild 3D$5,077-4%300$169$22,695,856112Warner Bros. / IMAX
26Space Station 3D$4,427--132$341$87,916,598580IMAX
27Silver Linings Playbook$4,161-29%35-96$119$132,075,31128Weinstein Company
28Evil Dead$4,150-37%58--$72$54,115,7828Sony / TriStar
30Life of Pi$3,115-7%26-25$120$124,888,55027Fox
31The Painting (2013)$3,0502%65$508$18,1933GKIDS
32Augustine$2,926--4--$732$34,2642Music Box Films
33Free the Mind$2,870--6--$478$49,0744International Film Circuit
34No (2013)$2,657--23--$116$2,308,79115Sony Pictures Classics
35Venus and Serena$1,964--8--$246$37,5783Magnolia Pictures
36A Pig Across Paris (2013 re-issue)$1,911-37%1--$1,911$11,9081Rialto Pictures
37Safe Haven$1,76917%36-54$49$71,346,93015Relativity Media
38Home Run$1,729--10--$173$2,844,9536IDP/Samuel Goldwyn
39To the Wonder$1,616--16--$101$549,0197Magnolia Pictures
40The Gatekeepers$1,453--10--$145$2,402,28317Sony Pictures Classics
41Lore$1,440--6--$240$920,48316Music Box Films
42Something in the Air$1,406--10--$141$66,3864IFC Films
43A Green Story$1,352--4--$338$9,5151Indican Pictures
44Emperor$1,237-46%81$155$3,334,93912Roadside Attractions
45Not Today$1,202-38%5-1$240$196,0847Freestyle Releasing
46An Oversimplification of Her Beauty$1,194--4--$299$35,1255Variance Films
47Deep Sea 3D$1,165--51$233$45,565,466378Warner Bros. / IMAX
48A Wedding Invitation$994--2--$497$4,1771CJ Entertainment
49Trance$968--11-12$88$2,310,3978Fox Searchlight
50One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das$867--3--$289$25,2093Zeitgeist Films
51Searching For Sugar Man$755--6--$126$3,673,46244Sony Pictures Classics
52Pieta$673--5--$135$13,6672Drafthouse Films
53The Silence$610--4--$153$89,78612Music Box Films
54Hava Nagila (The Movie)$581--3--$194$321,71913International Film Circuit
55Under the Sea 3D$577--13-2$44$32,975,647224Warner Bros. / IMAX
56Sightseers$566--2--$283$26,3853IFC Films
57The Man Who Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez$476--1--$476$8,74025Indican Pictures
58No Place on Earth$453--3--$151$150,1518Magnolia Pictures
59Bert Stern: Original Mad Man$417--1--$417$31,6838First Run Features
60Post Tenebras Lux$386--1--$386$21,8184Strand Releasing
61Sound City$379--2--$190$415,31217Variance Films
62Kiss of the Damned$148--2--$74$13,1314Magnolia / Magnet
63Paradise: Love$139--3--$46$20,8395Strand Releasing
6456 Up$69--1--$69$695,64021First Run Features