Weekend Actuals: ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Giant w/ $61.0M, ‘Logan’ Drops Fast, ‘Get Out’ Drops Slowly, ‘Hidden Figures’ & ‘La La Land’ Reach Milestones

Warner Bros.’ monster blockbuster Kong: Skull Island opened atop the weekend box office with $61.0 million. Fox’s superhero action drama Logan dropped 56.8 percent after leading last weekend, capturing second place with $38.1 million. Universal’s horror Get Out looks likely to experience the strongest hold of any horror film this decade, declining only 26.5 percent to $20.7 million and third place.

Lionsgate’s La La Land spends its 13th weekend in the top 10, making it only the fourth film in the past decade to reach that mark, as it takes ninth place with $1.7 million. Fox’s Hidden Figures spends its 10th weekend in the top 10 with a seventh place rank at $2.7 million. With at least another frame or two in that top tier likely, it could soon challenge La La Land’s longevity mark as well.

Weekend Actuals for Friday, March 10 – Sunday, March 12, 2017:

WIDE (1000+)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Kong: Skull Island $61,025,472 3,846 $15,867 $61,025,472 1 Warner Bros.
2 Logan $38,112,425 -57% 4,071 0 $9,362 $152,919,158 2 Fox
3 Get Out $20,743,440 -27% 3,143 205 $6,600 $110,725,285 3 Universal
4 The Shack $10,007,551 -38% 2,888 0 $3,465 $32,226,242 2 Lionsgate / Summit
5 The LEGO Batman Movie $7,614,412 -35% 3,303 -353 $2,305 $158,818,072 5 Warner Bros.
6 Before I Fall $3,000,782 -36% 2,346 0 $1,279 $8,929,594 2 Open Road
7 Hidden Figures $2,761,002 -28% 1,421 -161 $1,943 $162,861,188 12 Fox
8 John Wick: Chapter 2 $2,671,997 -44% 2,031 -444 $1,316 $87,395,208 5 Lionsgate / Summit
9 La La Land $1,773,669 -41% 1,578 167 $1,124 $148,449,258 14 Lionsgate / Summit
10 Fifty Shades Darker $1,652,095 -54% 1,498 -707 $1,103 $112,945,330 5 Universal
11 Fist Fight $1,303,187 -54% 1,285 -1018 $1,014 $30,493,683 4 Warner Bros. / New Line
12 The Great Wall $1,264,920 -65% 1,592 -722 $795 $43,836,005 4 Universal
13 A Dog’s Purpose $1,095,500 -38% 1,022 -472 $1,072 $61,795,515 7 Universal
14 Rock Dog $1,031,963 -55% 1,376 -701 $750 $8,247,524 3 Summit Premiere

LIMITED (100 — 999)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Lion $1,324,172 -38% 960 -300 $1,379 $48,647,617 16 Weinstein Company
2 Split $1,253,940 -40% 981 -145 $1,278 $135,866,075 8 Universal
3 Moonlight (2016) $901,624 -61% 987 -577 $913 $26,895,351 21 A24
4 Badrinath Ki Dulhania $862,008 152 $5,671 $862,008 1 FIP
5 Table 19 $841,403 -47% 868 0 $969 $2,978,103 2 Fox Searchlight
6 A United Kingdom $531,658 -16% 317 46 $1,677 $2,611,946 5 Fox Searchlight
7 Sing (2016) $443,165 13% 400 117 $1,108 $268,744,865 12 Universal
8 Moana $430,601 -32% 276 -45 $1,560 $247,486,833 16 Disney
9 KEDi $317,286 34% 114 59 $2,783 $1,002,846 5 Oscilloscope Laboratories
10 I am Not Your Negro $302,129 -37% 197 -38 $1,534 $6,076,416 6 Magnolia Pictures
11 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story $209,647 -6% 166 1 $1,263 $530,118,047 13 Disney
12 Monster Trucks $157,442 -20% 181 -6 $870 $33,243,820 9 Paramount
13 Fences $154,989 -49% 189 -95 $820 $57,393,468 13 Paramount
14 Passengers $105,541 -20% 172 -3 $614 $99,350,745 12 Sony / Columbia
15 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them $100,034 -22% 188 -4 $532 $233,818,593 17 Warner Bros.
16 xXx: The Return of Xander Cage $96,204 144% 139 67 $692 $44,850,317 8 Paramount
17 Manchester By the Sea $67,389 -74% 113 -274 $596 $47,532,151 17 Roadside / Amazon
18 Resident Evil: The Final Chapter $46,210 141% 102 62 $453 $26,763,876 7 Sony / Screen Gems

PLATFORM (1 — 99)

# TITLE WEEKEND LOCATIONS AVG. TOTAL WKS. DIST.
1 Why Him? $189,879 -44% 68 -31 $2,792 $60,191,438 12 Fox
2 Personal Shopper $79,175 4 $19,794 $79,175 1 IFC Films
3 My Life As A Zucchini $54,823 13% 52 23 $1,054 $173,572 3 GKIDS
4 The Founder $49,242 -28% 57 -21 $864 $12,573,736 8 Weinstein Company
5 Bitter Harvest $43,552 -58% 32 -52 $1,361 $501,239 3 Roadside Attractions
6 Trolls $42,017 45% 60 -8 $700 $153,584,569 19 Fox / DreamWorks Animation
7 Rings (2017) $41,155 -70% 76 -98 $542 $27,685,384 6 Paramount
8 The Sense Of An Ending $39,692 4 $9,923 $39,692 1 CBS Films
9 Neruda $29,936 34% 25 -8 $1,197 $802,083 13 The Orchard
10 Everybody Loves Somebody $29,016 -52% 33 -27 $879 $1,873,253 4 Lionsgate / Pantelion
11 The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2017 $27,252 -72% 18 -52 $1,514 $2,807,517 5 Magnolia
12 Raw $24,825 2 $12,413 $24,825 1 Focus World
13 20th Century Women $23,389 1% 29 1 $807 $5,543,005 11 A24
14 Doctor Strange $18,198 -60% 47 -34 $387 $232,630,718 19 Disney
15 Tim Timmerman, Hope of America $12,746 -75% 12 0 $1,062 $74,467 2 Purdie Distribution
16 Mr. Gaga: A True Story of Love and Dance $11,320 65% 8 4 $1,415 $139,901 6 Abramorama
17 Duckweed $7,519 -37% 3 -2 $2,506 $462,298 5 China Lion Film
18 Donald Cried $4,875 -39% 4 2 $1,219 $16,010 2 The Orchard
19 The Lure $2,906 -52% 3 -4 $969 $64,502 6 Janus
20 Love & Taxes $2,791 64% 3 2 $930 $5,521 2 Abramorama
21 Suntan $1,629 1 $1,629 $1,629 1 Strand Releasing
22 XX $1,395 -68% 5 -7 $279 $30,090 4 Magnolia Pictures / Magnet Releasing
23 Who’s Crazy? $1,355 1 $1,355 $1,355 1 Kino Lorber
24 Lovesong $1,321 -7% 3 1 $440 $6,700 4 Strand Releasing
25 Junction 48 $1,210 -78% 1 -1 $1,210 $9,083 2 The Orchard
26 Keep Quiet $947 2 $474 $43,716 4 Kino Lorber
27 Fire At Sea $798 3 $266 $114,047 21
28 The Daughter $708 1 $708 $22,223 7 Kino Lorber
29 The Son of Joseph $257 1 $257 $19,389 9 Kino Lorber
30 Staying Vertical $224 0% 1 0 $224 $10,398 8 Strand Releasing
31 Apprentice $125 -82% 1 0 $125 $1,126 2 Film Movement
32 Pelle the Conqueror (2017 Re-release) $27 -97% 2 0 $14 $5,003 3 Film Movement
Boxoffice Staff

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