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January 5-7

Green Lantern and Ends Bring Home Post-Holiday Green, Losers Weep for Small Numbers 

Once again, the holdovers dominate the first weekend of the year, with sci-fi spectacles Green Lantern Corps: Home and The Ends of The Universe taking the top 2 spots. The top 10 this year had a sizable jump from last year, pushing this weekend grosses a few hairs above $100m. Numerator Productions’ Losers Weepers took the fourth slot this weekend, doing about the same as its predecessor, bringing home around $6.2M. Audiences were also not as impressed this time around as Losers Weepers scored a CinemaScore of a “C-“, due to the flat characters and sense of graphic dark comedy not landing. 

 

  1. Green Lantern Corps: Home - $28,238,844 (-45.8%)

  2. The Ends of the Universe - $22,477,095 (-44.3%)

  3. Temple Run - $16,891,626 (-34.6%)

  4. Losers Weepers - $6,213,504 

  5. Birdwing - $6,162,445 (-24.8%)

  6. Making Waves 2 - $6,013,854 (-32.2%)

  7. Until Dawn - $5,107,881 (-54.0%)

  8. Ms. Blakk 4 President - $3,898,115 (-30.6%)

  9. The Gift of Life - $2,910,246 (-52.3%)

  10. Tower of Babylon - $2,728,665 (-35.8%)

 

Top 10: $100,642,275 (+21.9% from Y7)

 

January 12-15 (MLK Jr. Weekend):

The Lost Empire Rules Over The Competition, Gunman Clive Shoots Blanks

 

Phoenix Fire Studios’ scores it’s first major hit since Tony Hawk: Pro Skater last fall as The Lost Empire overperformed its initial tracking to pulling off a four day weekend of almost $70m. Despite a strong holiday season, audiences have been craving a new tentpole feature causing The Lost Empire to overperform pulling similar numbers to Endless Entertainment’s discarded Treasure Planet series. With an “A“ CinemaScore, only time will tell if The Lost Empire will hit the $200m domestic mark, however the road for that seems very difficult.

 

Gunman Clive, on the other hand flew under the radar, performing on pace with lower end of tracking, pulling in a four day of just about $15.5m. Scoring a middling “B” CinemaScore due to the lackluster humor and oddly zany premise, Clive is likely to fade away fastly after the opening and duck under the radar.


 

  1. The Lost Empire - $59,490,595/$69,512,759

  2. Green Lantern Corps: Home - $16,989,435 / $21,237,195 (-39.8%)

  3. The Ends of the Universe - $13,276,967 / $16,604,873 (-40.9%)

  4. Gunman Clive - $12,563,702/$15,423,918

  5. Temple Run - $11,515,012 / $14,400,979 (-31.8%)

  6. Birdwing - $4,413,794 / $6,058,144 (-28.4%)

  7. Losers Weepers - $3,218,595/$3,808,141 (-48.2%)

  8. Making Waves 2 - $3,455,112 / $4,315,878 (-42.5%)

  9. Ms. Blakk 4 President - $3,305,775 / $4,133,226 (-15.2%)

  10. Until Dawn - $2,818,766 / $3,514,169 (-44.8%)

 

Top 10 (3-Day): $131,047,753 (+18.4% from Y7)

(+30.2% from last weekend) 

 

January 19-21:

The Lost Empire Resurfaces at Number One, White Wyvern Fails to Captivate Audiences

 

The Lost Empire rules the box office once more as it holds on tightly, dropping just under 49% bringing home a $30.5M weekend. With no other blockbusters until Pokémon in sight, The Lost Empire should pull in a total over $180M. Holds continue to be solid for the Christmas holdovers while the the newer films outside of The Lost Empire fail to keep up momentum. To add insult to injury, New Journey’s White Wyvern fails to be a sight for audiences as it pulls in an opening just under $6m. With word of mouth being quite toxic with a “D+” CinemaScore, White Wyvern is destined to be extinct.


 

  1. The Lost Empire - $30,518,675 (-48.7%)

  2. Green Lantern Corps: Home - $10,354,773 (-39.1%)

  3. The Ends of the Universe - $9,105,144 (-31.4%)

  4. Temple Run - $7,788,669 (-32.4%)

  5. White Wyvern - $5,612,338

  6. Gunman Clive - $5,176,245 (-58.8%)

  7. Birdwing - $3,028,774 (-31.4%)

  8. Ms. Blakk 4 President - $2,216,821 (-32.9%)

  9. Making Waves 2 - $1,850,885 (-46.4%)

  10. Losers Weepers - $1,448,368 (-55%)

 

Top 10 Gross: $71,924,447 (+1.006% from Y7) (-45.1% from last weekend)

 

January 26-28:

The Lost Empire Retains the Box Office Crown, Home Invasion Fails To Get Audiences From Their Homes

 

As usual for the past few weekends, The Lost Empire remains on top of the box office with an $18m third weekend. Empire seems to be also doing very well overseas maintaining solid holds, and likely to be Phoenix Fire’s biggest film both domestic and worldwide, giving the new studio a win and maybe a franchise. 

 

Home Invasion, on the other hand fails to hold captive a sizable audience. Having a record low opening for the franchise at $11m, despite the hook of uniting the two leads of the previous films, Home Invasion is unlikely to make it past $30m domestic, especially with rancid reviews and a tepid “C” CinemaScore.

 

  1. The Lost Empire - $18,219,649 (-40.3%)

  2. Home Invasion: Part III: Hunted - $11,012,892

  3. Green Lantern Corps: Home - $7,197,554 (-30.5%)

  4. The Ends of the Universe - $6,034,884 (-33.7%)

  5. Temple Run - $5,886,077 (-24.4%)

  6. Ms. Blakk 4 President - $3,015,881 (+36.0%)

  7. Gunman Clive - $2,541,536 (-50.9%)

  8. Birdwing - $2,404,449 (-20.6%)

  9. Tower of Babylon - $2,115,017 (+56.5%)

  10. White Wyvern - $1,941,869 (-65.4%)

 

Top 10 Gross: $60,369,808 (-12.7% from Y7) (-16.1% from last weekend)

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February 2-4 (Super Bowl):

Moreno Sweeps Super Bowl Weekend Off Its Feet

 

Based on the game Tekken, Christie Moreno slightly overperforms Super Bowl weekend thanks to audiences in dire need of some new films and an non-tentpole action flick. With an “B+” CinemaScore, Moreno should have a pretty healthy run. As for holdovers, most films have taken slightly harsher drops due to the nature of Super Bowl weekend with Home Invasion taking the brunt of the blow, making a total under $30m, almost a guarantee. 

 

  1. Christie Monteiro - $27,612,453

  2. The Lost Empire - $9,310,241 (-48.9%)

  3. Home Invasion Part III: Hunted - $4,394,144 (-60.1%)

  4. Green Lantern Corps: Home - $3,915,881 (-45.6%)

  5. Temple Run - $3,488,338 (-40.7%)

  6. The Ends of the Universe - $3,204,285 (-46.9%)

  7. Birdwing - $1,819,356 (-24.3%)

  8. Ms. Blakk 4 President - $1,700,895 (-43.6%)

  9. White Wyvern - $1,534,750 (-49.1%)

  10. Gunman Clive - $1,324,140 (-47.9%)

 

Top 10 Gross: $58,304,483 (+44% from Y7) (-3.4% from last weekend)

 

February 9-11:

Audiences Take A Drive Down Romance Road and Cuddle with Adam and Cindy

 

Due to an underserved audience of African Americans (which the group made up 40% of the opening weekend), the fanbase of CAYOM starlet Naomi Scott and passable reviews for a romantic comedy, Infinite Studios’ Romance Road drastically overperformed its initial tracking and delivered an opening of nearly $34m. Romance Road scored a A- CinemaScore, indicating the film should cruise past $100m domestic. Phoenix Fire’s Adam and Cindy Valentine performed in line with what tracking said and had a solid little jump from the first film’s opening. With an A- CinemaScore, Adam and Cindy could survive before being annihilated by the newest Pokémon next weekend.

 

  1. Romance Road - $33,690,262

  2. Christie Monteiro - $15,076,399 (-45.4%)

  3. A Very Adam and Cindy Valentine - $11,451,677

  4. The Lost Empire - $5,539,593 (-40.5%)

  5. Green Lantern Corps: Home - $2,605,774 (-33.5%)

  6. Temple Run - $2,398,144 (-31.3%)

  7. The Ends of the Universe - $2,055,099 (-35.9%)

  8. Home Invasion Part III Hunted - $2,074,036 (-52.8%)

  9. Ms. Blakk 4 President - $1,476,108 (-13.2%)

  10. Birdwing - $1,044,772 (-42.6%)

 

Top 10 Gross: $74,806,120 (-15.2% from Y7) (+28.3% from last weekend)

 

February 16-18 (President’s Day):

Pokémon Evolves Over The Competition as Funny Business Generates Decent Enough Laughs

 

As per usual, the latest Pokémon installment; Pokémon: The Case of The Orange Outrage blows up the box office, with the second highest weekend for the franchise at nearly $120m for the three day and a whopping $150m for the four day. Numerator Pictures should be very pleased with the films’ box office and with an “A” CinemaScore, it’s clear audiences enjoy it also. The question is will it have enough legs to get the franchise past the coveted $300m domestic mark. 

 

Meanwhile, new studio, The Workshop Inc.’s Funny Business opens modestly at just above a $7.5M opening weekend. Despite being much raunchier, comparisons felt too similar to Who Framed Roger Rabbit and the recent Toons v Reality, Funny Business couldn’t stand out compared to its competition. However, audience enjoyed it well enough with a “B” CinemaScore, Funny Business could make have a respectable total over $20m. Holdovers continue to hold well as Romance Road manages to keep it together after Valentines Day, indicating it could go over 100m and Ms. Blakk has a nice rise over the previous weekend.

 

  1. Pokémon: The Case of The Orange Outrage - $118,481,929/$150,376,869

  2. Romance Road - $18,057,980/$21,450,286 (-46.4%)

  3. Christie Monteiro - $9,392,597/$11,297,252 (-37.7%)

  4. Funny Business - $7,625,940/$10,213,802

  5. A Very Adam and Cindy Valentine - $7,031,330/$9,380,741 (-38.6%)

  6. The Lost Empire - $3,794,621/$4,779,911 (-31.5%)

  7. Green Lantern Corps: Home - $2,015,987 / $2,488,665 (-22.6%)

  8. Temple Run - $1,850,998 / $2,311,930 (-22.8%)

  9. The Ends of the Universe - $1,630,173 / $2,019,783 (-20.7%)

  10. Ms. Blakk 4 President - $1,498,004 / $1,843,077 (+1.5%)

Top 10 Gross: $170,379,559 (3-Day Only) (+127.8% from last weekend) (+34.5% from Y7)

 

February 23-25:

Pokémon Continues To Blast Off as Holland Hannah Rocks Out Second Place

 

Orange Outrage continues its rampage at the box office, pulling above a $41.5m weekend. However, like all Pokémon movies, the second day weekend was brutal. Luckily, with Fable around the corner, perhaps Outrage could just slip by $300m. Alpha Pictures’ Holland Hannah outmuscled the tracking and delivered a rocking $15m opening weekend. With an “B+” CinemaScore, Hannah will definitely make a juicy profit for the studio, especially with its $7.5m budget.

 

  1. Pokémon: The Case of The Orange Outrage - $41,588,603 (-64.6%)

  2. Holland Hannah - $15,301,997

  3. Romance Road - $7,494,062 (-58.5%)

  4. Christie Monteiro - $4,442,698 (-52.7%)

  5. A Very Adam and Cindy Valentine - $3,487,540 (-50.4%)

  6. Funny Business - $3,210,521 (-58.9%)

  7. The Lost Empire - $2,136,372 (-43.7%)

  8. Ms. Blakk 4 President - $1,216,101 (-18.8%)

  9. Temple Run - $1,204,282 (-34.9%)

  10. Green Lantern Corps: Home - $1,184,754 (-41.2%)

 

Top 10 gross: $79,068,069 (-53.6% of last weekend) (-17.7% from Y7)

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January OW PTA's

The Lost Empire - $15 281 / $17 856

Gunman Clive - $4 053 / $4 975

Home Invasion: Part III: Hunted - $3 636

White Wyvern - $2 494

Losers Weepers - $2 112

 

February OW PTA's

Pokémon: The Case of the Orange Outrage - $28 783 / $36 544

Romance Road - $10 363

Christie Monteiro - $8 589

Holland Hannah - $8 431

A Very Adam & Cindy Valentine - $3 778

Funny Business - $2 996 / $4 013

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The Lost Empire is now the highest OW ever in January:

  1. The Lost Empire - $59,490,595 (Year 8 )
  2. Hypercompetency - $42,695,011 (Year 7)
  3. The Mole - $38,424,953 (Year 4)
  4. The Power of Love - $38,295,861 (Year 6)
  5. Conductive - $33,985,501 (Year 3)
  6. Life of Galileo - $31,654,518 (Year 5)
  7. Espionage Project - $29,750,033 (Year 6)
  8. Sasquatch - $25,760,194 (Year 2)
  9. Dead Space - $25,734,963 (Year 4)
  10. Burnout - $24,495,720 (Year 3)

Pokémon: The Case of the Orange Outrage is now the 2nd highest OW ever in February:

  1. Pokémon: The Cinnabar Conspiracy - $122,610,319 (Year 6)
  2. Pokémon: The Case of the Orange Outrage - $118,481,929 (Year 8 )
  3. Pokémon: Rise of the Rockets - $105,618,258 (Year 4)
  4. Blue and Gold - $81,347,459 (Year 4)
  5. Medusa - $76,683,303 (Year 5)
  6. The Human Revolution - $75,410,175 (Year 2)
  7. Plastic-Man - $60,106,791 (Year 7)
  8. Starlight - $55,796,528 (Year 7)
  9. My Peoples - $52,134,459 (Year 3)
  10. The SCP Foundation - $50,815,929 (Year 1)
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March 1-3:

Fable Conjures Up A Respectable Opening as Flightless Bird Soars to Unimaginable Heights

 

Numerator Productions’ Fable opens on the higher end of expectations at $46 million. Audiences were somewhat spellbinded with the film, having a “B+” CinemaScore, and should wind up with a total well over $120 million. Meanwhile, Cookie Pictures’ Flightless Bird, thanks to rave WOM and a surprisingly effective marketing campaign, was able to drastically over perform at an opening above $20 million. With an “A+” CinemaScore, Flightless Bird should easily fly over $100 million, maybe even much more. Meanwhile, the holdovers perform pretty decently.

 

1. Fable - $46,239,229
2. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 747 MAX - $21,912,320

3. Pokémon: The Case of The Orange Outrage - $21,868,111 (-47.4%)
4. Holland Hannah - $9,380,124 (-38.7%)
5. Romance Road - $4,136,722 (-44.8%)
6. Christie Moreno - $2,327,974 (-47.6%)
7. A Very Adam and Cindy Valentine - $1,747,258 (-49.9%)
8. Funny Business - $1,428,682 (-55.5%)
9. The Lost Empire - $1,059,641 (-50.4%)
10. Ms. Blakk 4 President - $1,004,887 (-17.4%)

 

 

 

March 8-10:

Fable and Flightless Remain on Top of the Perch, Recompense Makes A Decent Profit

 

Fable and Flightless Bird perform pretty well on this largely uneventful weekend. Fable has a pretty normal fall of just slightly over 55%, with a total of $120 million still in sight, as Flightless Bird falls just under a 30% drop, as it could overtake Fable the next weekend if things continue. Meanwhile, New Journey’s Recompense opens on the lower end of tracking at just under $13 million. Luckily with a “B+” CinemaScore, it should leg out a nice total.

 

  1. Fable - $20,206,543 (-56.4%)

  2. Flightless Bird - $15,689,221 (-28.4%)

  3. Recompense - $12,902,892

  4. Pokemon: The Case of the Orange Outrage - $12,661,636 (-42.6%)

  5. Holland Hannah - $6,050,180 (-35.5%)

  6. Romance Road - $2,246,240 (-45.7%)

  7. Christie Moreno - $1,110,444 (-53.2%)

  8. A Very Adam and Cindy Valentine - $1,128,729 (-35.4%)

  9. Funny Business - $714,341 (-50%)

  10. The Lost Empire - $694,065 (-34.5%)

 

March 15-17th:

Flightless Soars and Takes the Number One Spot, MEG Doesn’t Do Much Twerk

In a shocking turn of events. Flightless Bird overtakes Fable for the number one spot, with a fall of just under 20%. With the way things are going, perhaps Bird could do over $125 million, and with a few more clutch wins, maybe $150 million. Infinite Studios’ MEG opens in line with both tracking and past non-Beyonce concert flicks at just under $6 million. Despite an “A” CinemaScore, MEG should fade away fast.

 

  1. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 747 MAX - $12,896,590 (-17.8%)

  2. Fable - $10,608,435 (-47.5%)

  3. Pokemon: The Case of the Orange Outrage - $8,268,048 (-34.7%)

  4. Recompense - $6,154,679 (-52.8%)

  5. MEG - $5,769,420

  6. Holland Hannah - $4,368,230 (-28.8%)

  7. A Very Adam and Cindy Valentine - $690,782 (-38.8%)

  8. Christie Moreno - $600,750 (-45.9%) 

  9. Ms. Blakk 4 President - $431,315 (-15%)

  10. Funny Business - $370,743 (-48.1%)

 

 

March 22th-March 24th

 

Far Cry Roars at The Box Office

Phoenix Fire scores yet another hit this quarter, as Far Cry slightly overperforms opening weekend expectations as it opens to a strong $60 million. With an “A-” CinemaScore, Far Cry should wind up healthily over $150 million for its total. Meanwhile, holdovers continue to do well, although big numbers are sorely being missed, with 3 films having grosses lower than $500k.

  1. Far Cry - $60,308,823

  2. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 747 MAX - $9,582,129 (-25.7%)

  3. Fable - $6,014,983 (-43.3%)

  4. Pokemon: The Case of the Orange Outrage - $5,010,437 (-39.4%)

  5. Recompense - $2,806,534 (-54.3%)

  6. Holland Hannah - $2,738,880 (-37.3%)

  7. MEG - $1,938,525 (-66.4%)

  8. A Very Adam and Cindy Valentine - $365,424 (-47.1%)

  9. Christie Moreno- $249,311 (-58.5%)

  10. The Lost Empire - $149,571 (-50%)

 

March 29th-March 31st

Far Cry Rules Easter as New Openers Provide Some Life into The Box Office

 

As Easter weekend arrives, Far Cry manages to once again lead the pack, as it has a weekend of just under $30 million. Meanwhile, new family sequels opening, although modest, manage to make Easter not a complete loss. Infinite’s 2 Big Families and New Journey’s Citizen Kale open at 17m each, with 2 Big Families just slightly edging out the latter. Horizon’s hockey documentary Kings of the 6, lives up to its name and opens at $6 million. All three films have earned respectable WOM at an “A” CinemaScore, and should provide new life throughout April

 

  1. Far Cry - $28,103,912 (-53.4%)

  2. Tyler Perry’s 2 Big Families - $17,651,243

  3. Citizen Kale: A VeggieTales Movie - $17,601,297

  4. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 747 MAX - $10,061,236 (+0.5%)

  5. Kings of the 6 - $6,023,909

  6. Fable - $3,747,334 (-37.7%)

  7. Pokemon: The Case of the Orange Outrage - $3,482,254 (-30.5%)

  8. Holland Hannah - $1,917,216 (-30%)

  9. Recompense - $1,495,883 (-44.7%)

  10. MEG - $897,537 (-53.7%)

 

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Sorry but the Flightless Bird number makes no sense. The only historical comparison would be Fahrenheit 9/11 and considering the timing of that movie coming out during the Iraq War and all the media controversy surrounding it that no longer exists for probably any new film, there's no way any other documentary would reach that milestone. That number is pure fantasy.

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Estimated totals as of March 31st:

 

The Lost Empire - $180m+

Christie Montiero - $80m+

Romance Road - $95m+...?

Pokémon - $290m+

Holland Hannah - $50m+

Fable - $115m+

Flightless Bird - $90m+

Far Cry - $105m+

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23 hours ago, cookie said:

Estimated totals as of March 31st:

 

The Lost Empire - $180m+

Christie Montiero - $80m+

Romance Road - $95m+...?

Pokémon - $290m+

Holland Hannah - $50m+

Fable - $115m+

Flightless Bird - $90m+

Far Cry - $105m+

so basically everything is making all the money

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On 8/3/2021 at 12:23 PM, Ethan Hunt said:

so basically everything is making all the money

don’t worry still plenty of time for all my films to bomb lol

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On 8/1/2021 at 9:15 PM, Alpha said:

Sorry but the Flightless Bird number makes no sense. The only historical comparison would be Fahrenheit 9/11 and considering the timing of that movie coming out during the Iraq War and all the media controversy surrounding it that no longer exists for probably any new film, there's no way any other documentary would reach that milestone. That number is pure fantasy.

Agreed. The 737 MAX was controversial, but not to the extent that a documentary about it would realistically break box-office records. I know CAYOM isn't supposed to take place in "our" world, but since this movie is based on a real-life event, its performance should reflect people's reaction to that event. 

 

By the way, what are the worldwide totals right now? 

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Worldwide Totals aren't typically released until after Oscars, as so to have the staggered release dates around the world just remain as accurate as possible - it's pretty hard to simulate a slow burn worldwide release in real time so it's just a total, no actual progession

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4 minutes ago, El Squibbonator said:

What about the domestic totals? What are those? 

Same thing, domestic and worldwide totals don't get published until after actuals are finished/the Oscars. Right now we're just doing weekend numbers and then they'll get added up with the dailies later.

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April 5th-7th

Numbers Theory Brings In Strong Numbers Post Easter Weekend

If there’s one star CAYOM audiences love, it’s Liam Nesson, as Numerator Productions’ Numbers Theory proves this to be true as it opens just $1m shy of $30m. Scoring a “B+” CinemaScore and only two weeks until No Mercy taking up the action nuts, Numbers Theory will rack up decent numbers. The holdovers also do well as Flightless Bird has another sub-30% drop.

 

  1. Numbers Theory - $29,085,714
  2. Far Cry - $14,670,242 (-47.8%)
  3. Citizen Kale: A VeggieTales Movie - $9,029,465 (-48.7%)
  4. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 747 MAX - $7,123,355 (-29.2%)
  5. Tyler Perry’s 2 Big Families - $7,007,543 (-60.3%)
  6. Kings of The Six - $3,608,321 (-40.1%)
  7. Fable - $2,023,560 (-44%)
  8. Pokemon: The Case of The Orange Outrage - $1,991,849 (-42.5%)
  9. Holland Hannah - $1,123,489 (-41.4%)
  10. Recompense - $692,594 (-53.7%)

April 12th-14th
Numbers Theory Racks Up A Second Weekend Win, as Documentaries Document Decent Numbers

Numbers Theory manages to easily repeat the number one spot in the box office this weekend. However, while none are as big as Flightless Bird, the three documentaries this weekend do pretty great regardless. The Idiots makes a triple at just above $8m, Snow Monkeys chatters away $6.6m as Doc Dreams dreams up $2.1m for just shooting the breeze. With all scoring in the A range, (Snow Monkeys at A-, Doc Dreams at A, and The Idiots at A+), all three could wind up with grosses of double digits.

  1. Numbers Theory - $15,938,971 (-45.2%)
  2. Far Cry - $9,315,604 (-36.5%)
  3. The Idiots - $8,156,894
  4. Snow Monkeys - $6,685,714
  5. Citizen Kale: A VeggieTales Movie - $5,724,681 (-36.6%)
  6. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 747 MAX - $4,352,370 (-38.9%)
  7. Tyler Perry’s 2 Big Families - $3,356,613 (-52.1%)
  8. Doc Dreams - $2,190,171
  9. Kings of The Six - $1,955,710 (-45.8%)
  10. Pokemon: The Case of The Orange Outrage - $1,145,313 (-43.7%)

April 19th-21st
No Mercy and Up In The Sky Provide Box Office A Merciful Weekend

Finally! A weekend where each film in the top ten is over $1m. As both films New Journey’s zombie action No Mercy roars loudly at near $35m and Phoenix Fire’s heartwarming family sci-fi Up in The Sky is just $1.2m shy of a $20m opening, open at the higher end of tracking. With No Mercy scores a “B” CinemaScore and Up in The Sky scores an “A-“ CinemaScore, if they can survive Mass Effect in a few weeks, they could be looking at some nice totals.

  1. No Mercy - $34,585,714 
  2. Up In The Sky - $18,771,429
  3. Numbers Theory - $8,352,021 (-47.6%)
  4. The Idiots - $5,334,609 (-34.6%)
  5. Far Cry - $5,319,210 (-42.9%)
  6. Snow Monkeys - $4,131,771 (-38.2%)
  7. Tyler Perry’s 2 Big Families - $1,866,277 (-44.4%)
  8. Citizen Kale: A VeggieTales Movie - $3,291,692 (-42.5%)
  9. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 747 MAX - $2,807,279 (-35.5%)
  10. Doc Dreams - $1,557,212 (-28.9%)

April 26th-28th
The Insect God Given Healthy Tribute by Audiences

Just because audiences await Mass Effect next weekend, doesn’t mean the film prior is chopped liver. The Workshop Inc.’s animated PG-13 sci-fi The Insect God, outperforms tracking opens pretty strongly for its budget and genre at just over $16m. Scoring a “B+” CinemaScore, The Insect God should be able to break even, so long as it’s not hit hard by Mass Effect.

  1. The Insect God - $16,466,515
  2. No Mercy - $13,004,229 (-62.4%)
  3. Up In The Sky - $11,187,772 (-40.4%)
  4. Numbers Theory - $5,395,406 (-35.4%)
  5. The Idiots - $3,350,134 (-37.2%)
  6. Far Cry - $3,255,356 (-38.8%)
  7. Citizen Kale: A VeggieTales Movie - $2,195,559 (-33.3%)
  8. Snow Monkeys - $1,789,057 (-56.7%)
  9. Flightless Bird: The Downfall of the Boeing 747 MAX - $1,653,487 (-41.1%)
  10. Doc Dreams - $1,005,959 (-35.4%)
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