Grosses

'Captain America 2' Leads Strong Tuesday with $4.73M; 'Rio 2' #2 with $4.26MApril 16, 2014 12:16 PM

by Daniel Garris

Captain America: The Winter Solider took in $4.73 million on Tuesday to continue to lead the daily box office. The blockbuster 3D superhero sequel from Disney and Marvel was up 36 percent over Monday and down a healthy 32 percent from last Tuesday. Midweek grosses continued to be stronger than usual in general on Tuesday due in part to Holy Week. Captain America: The Winter Soldier has grossed a strong $167.07 million through twelve days. That places the film 11 percent ahead of the $150.04 million twelve-day take of last year's Thor: The Dark World.

Fox's Rio 2 held steady in second place with $4.26 million. The 3D computer animated sequel from Blue Sky Studios was up a terrific 60 percent over Monday's performance, as family films held up especially well on Tuesday. Rio 2 has grossed $46.26 million through five days of release. That is in line with pre-release expectations and places the film a slim 1 percent behind the $46.68 million five-day start of 2011's Rio (which increased 28 percent on its first Tuesday to gross $4.18 million).

Draft Day was up 43 percent and one spot from Monday to claim third on Tuesday with $1.25 million. Lionsgate's modestly budgeted sports drama starring Kevin Costner has grossed $11.91 million in five days. That is a bit below expectations, but the film will hope to build upon Tuesday's strong hold going forward. Draft Day is currently running 16 percent behind the $14.21 million five-day take of recent Costner vehicle 3 Days to Kill.

Oculus was up 21 percent, but still down one spot from Tuesday to place in fourth with $1.15 million. The low-budget R-rated horror film from Relativity has grossed a solid $14.099 million in its first five days of release. Oculus continues to perform very similar to Relativity's House at the End of the Street, which grossed $13.84 million in its first five days of release back in September of 2012.

Paramount's Noah rounded out the day's top five with $1.04 million. The Darren Aronofsky directed biblical epic starring Russell Crowe was up 47 percent over Monday and down 37 percent from last Tuesday. Noah has grossed $86.73 million in 19 days, which leaves it $13.27 million away from reaching the $100 million domestic milestone.

Divergent followed closely behind in sixth with $1.01 million. Lionsgate's successful young adult adaptation starring Shailene Woodley was up 50 percent from Monday down only 2 percent from last Tuesday. The 26-day total for Divergent stands at $126.43 million.

Daily Domestic Gross Tue, Jul. 3 2001

Wide (1000+)

#TitleTue, Jul. 3 2001LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1A.I. Artificial Intelligence$4,389,42817%3,242--$1,354$37,491,3061Warner Bros.
2The Fast and the Furious$3,131,1454%2,72395$1,150$84,008,5972Universal
3Dr. Dolittle 2$2,819,61122%3,0534$924$17,101,4972Fox
4Lara Croft, Tomb Raider$1,952,60822%3,34937$583$58,867,2273Paramount
5Shrek$1,699,25928%2,704-303$628$231,169,1047DreamWorks
6Atlantis: The Lost Empire$1,664,63216%3,030-41$549$30,227,7363Disney
7Baby Boy$1,101,1485%1,533--$718$5,232,1121Sony / Columbia
8Pearl Harbor$1,040,79346%2,305-363$452$181,492,6956Disney
9crazy/beautiful$941,648-1%1,601--$588$1,890,2671Disney
10Swordfish$827,31134%2,225-435$372$27,341,2254Warner Bros.