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FinalCut Box Office
Top BO: #1 HOME $54M, #2 GET HARD $34.6M, #3 INSURGENT $22.1M, #4 CINDERELLA $17.5M, #5 IT FOLLOWS $4M @CinemaScore
Art house hero Noah Baumbach returned with WHILE WE'RE YOUNG, banking $242,152 from 4 locations, strapping $60,538 per. @CinemaScore
HOME scored huge for @DWAnimation with outperforming #1 $54M debut & A @CinemaScore, big weekday numbers with spring break next two weeks.
GET HARD snagged second with $34.6M debut, Will Ferrell's biggest live-action opening since 2010's THE OTHER GUYS, laughless B @CinemaScore.
.@itfollowsfilm spread its scares to 1,218 locales this weekend with $4M, tepid $3,300 per, domestic cume $4.8M. @CinemaScore
DreamWorks Animation needed a hit and HOME is it, banking big $15.6M FRI, FC-forecasted $55-58M weekend, strong A @CinemaScore.
GET HARD is serving up substantial laughs with $12.9M FRI, FC-forecasted $35M weekend, unfunny B @CinemaScore.
.@RadiusTWC's IT FOLLOWS grew to 1,218 locations this weekend, scaring up $1.4M FRI, FC-forecasted $3.5M weekend.
FC Forecast: #1 GET HARD $30M↑, #2 HOME $29M↑, #3 INSURGENT $24M, #4 CINDERELLA $20.5M, #5 IT FOLLOWS $4M @CinemaScore
Actuals: #1 INSURGENT $52.3M (-$1.7M), #2 CINDERELLA $35M, #3 (tie) RUN ALL NIGHT $5M, #3 THE GUNMAN $5M, #5 KINGSMAN $4.6M @CinemaScore
Top BO: #1 INSURGENT $54M, #2 CINDERELLA $34.5M, #3 RUN ALL NIGHT $5.1M, #4 GUNMAN $5M, #5 KINGSMAN $4.6M @CinemaScore
INSURGENT wins weekend with $54M bow, nearly identical to DIVERGENT's 2014 debut, quality A- @CinemaScore.
CINDERELLA danced on with $34.5M in her sophomore ball, down -49%, domestic cume rising to $122M. @CinemaScore
THE GUNMAN had zero ammo with middling $5M debut, munition-less B- @CinemaScore.
.@itfollowsfilm scared up another $352K from 32 locations, upping its domestic haul to $576K in frighteningly-limited release. @CinemaScore
Agnostics aplenty as DO YOU BELIEVE? debuted with $4M, GOD'S NOT DEAD it isn't. @CinemaScore
THE GUNMAN fired blanks FRI with $1.8M, FC-forecasted $5M weekend, aimless B- @CinemaScore.
DO YOU BELIEVE? has plenty of doubters with weak $1.25M FRI, FC-forecasted $4M weekend. @CinemaScore
INSURGENT banks big $21.3M FRI inc. THU shows, down -6.5% from DIVERGENT's first FRI, FC-forecasted $51M weekend, solid A- @CinemaScore.
Weekend actuals: #1 CINDERELLA $67.9M, #2 RUN NIGHT $11M, #3 KINGSMAN $6.2M, #4 FOCUS $5.7M, #5 CHAPPIE $5.7M @CinemaScore
CINDERELLA officially bowed to $67.9M, $1.5M less than MALEFICENT though sans 3D surcharge, 7th largest March debut. @CinemaScore
Top BO: #1 CINDERELLA $70.1, #2 RUN NIGHT $11M, #3 KINGSMAN $6.2M, #4 FOCUS $5.8M, #4 CHAPPIE $5.8M, #5 EXOTIC MARIGOLD $5.7M @CinemaScore
CINDERELLA wins weekend with super-big $70.1M bow, 6th largest March debut, superlative A @CinemaScore.
Soon-to-be horror sensation IT FOLLOWS bowed to $163,453 from 4 locations, scary-impressive $40,863 per. @CinemaScore
Liam Neeson's RUN ALL NIGHT collapsed at the starting line with $11M debut, -14% lower than A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES, A- @CinemaScore.
CINDERELLA's the proverbial belle of the ball, making off with $23M FRI, FC-forecasted $70M weekend, exquisite A @CinemaScore.
RUN ALL NIGHT jogged off the line with $3.9M FRI, FC-forecasted $11-12M weekend, solid A- @CinemaScore.
FC Forecast: #1 CINDERELLA $60M↑, #2 RUN ALL NIGHT $16M↓, #3 FOCUS $6.75M, #4 EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL $6.5M, #5 CHAPPIE $6.25M @CinemaScore
Weekend actuals: #1 CHAPPIE $13.4M, #2 FOCUS $10M, #3 SECOND EXOTIC MARIGOLD $8.5M, #4 KINGSMAN $8.3M, #5 SPONGEBOB $6.7M @CinemaScore
Top BO: #1 CHAPPIE $13.3M, #2 FOCUS $10M, #3 EXOTIC MARIGOLD $8.6M, #4 KINGSMAN $8.3M, #5 SPONGEBOB $7M @CinemaScore
CHAPPIE wins weak weekend with malfunctioning $13.3M debut, some $16.5M less than 2013's ELYSIUM, robotic B @CinemaScore.
Another Vince Vaughn bomb, UNFINISHED BUSINESS bankrupted with $4.8M debut, Vaughn's worst wide opening, closeout B- @CinemaScore.
THE SECOND BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL opened its doors to $8.6M from 1,573 locations, decent B+ @CinemaScore.
Another Vince Vaughn fail, UNFINISHED BUSINESS is tanking with $1.8M FRI, FC-forecasted $5M weekend, stale B- @CinemaScore.
THE SECOND BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL's doing solid PTA with $2.7M FRI from 1,573 locations, FC-forecasted $9M weekend, B+ @CinemaScore.
CHAPPIE is crapping out, $4.5M FRI, FC-forecasted $12-13M weekend, rickety B @CinemaScore.
FC Forecast: #1 CHAPPIE $17M↑, #2 UNFINISHED BUSINESS $10M↓, #3 SECOND MARIGOLD HOTEL $9.5M, #4 FOCUS $9.25M, #5 KINGSMAN $7.5M @CinemaScore
Weekend actuals: #1 FOCUS $18.7M, #2 KINGSMAN $11.9M, #3 SPONGEBOB $10.8M, #4 FIFTY SHADES $10.6M, #5 LAZARUS EFFECT $10.2M @CinemaScore
Top BO: #1 FOCUS $19.1M, #2 KINGSMAN $11.8M, #3 SPONGEBOB $11.2M, #4 FIFTY SHADES $10.9M, #5 LAZARUS EFFECT $10.6M @CinemaScore
THE LAZARUS EFFECT arose with tepid $10.6M debut, flatlined C- @CinemaScore.
FOCUS wins weekend with bleary $19.1M debut, Will Smith's worst opening since SEVEN POUNDS, blurry B @CinemaScore.
THE LAZARUS EFFECT resurrected $3.8M FRI, FC-forecasted $8M weekend, DOA C- @CinemaScore.
Will Smith's BO struggles continue, FOCUS grifted $6.5M FRI, FC-forecasted $19M weekend, fuzzy B @CinemaScore.
If these "Jamie Dornan exits FIFTY SHADES" rumors are true, it's not about his wife but rather Universal booting him — brutal actor.
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Actuals: #1 FIFTY SHADES $22.3M, #2 KINGSMAN $18.4M, #3 SPONGEBOB $16.6M, #4 MCFARLAND USA $11M, #5 THE DUFF $10.8M @CinemaScore
Top BO: #1 FIFTY SHADES $23.2M, #2 KINGSMAN $17.5M, #3 SPONGEBOB $15.5M, #4 MCFARLAND USA $11.3M, #5 THE DUFF $11M @CinemaScore
HOT TUB TIME MACHINE 2 crashed and burned, debuting with $5.8M, putrid C- @CinemaScore.
Disney's MCFARLAND, USA opened in line with last spring's similarly-themed MILLION DOLLAR ARM, debuting with $11.3M, stellar A @CinemaScore.
FIFTY SHADES OF GREY limped its way to second-straight title, down colossal -73% to $23.2M. Domestic haul rises to $130.1M. @CinemaScore
THE DUFF did a decent number in its debut frame with $11M, solid A- @CinemaScore.