Grosses

'Heaven Is For Real' Edges Out 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' for First Place Again on WednesdayApril 24, 2014 07:10 AM

by Shawn Robbins

Sony reports that Heaven Is for Real added another $1.87 million to its haul on Wednesday, representing a 23 percent drop from Tuesday and 49 percent from its opening Wednesday last week. The hit faith-based film has tallied $36.35 million domestically so far, 6 percent ahead of the 8-day total of Son of God.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier dropped 20 percent from Tuesday to $1.77 million yesterday, also giving it a 50 percent week-to-week decline. The sequel's 20-day domestic total is $207.1 million, 19 percent ahead of where Thor: The Dark World stood at the same point.

Rio 2 earned $1.51 million yesterday, off 22 percent from Tuesday and 50 percent from Wednesday of last week. With $81.2 million in the bank so far, the animated sequel's 13-day gross is 7 percent behind the pace of its 2011 predecessor.

Warner Bros. reports that Transcendence posted $0.76 million yesterday, off 26 percent from Tuesday. The sci-fi flick has taken in $13.68 million through 6 days, 26 percent less than 2011's Source Code in the same time frame.

Disneynature's Bears claimed $0.61 million on Wednesday for a 35 percent decline from is Earth Day boost on Tuesday. The flick's 6-day total is $6.97 million, or about 46 percent less than the 6-day start of 2012's Chimpanzee.

Last but not least, A Haunted House 2 slid 27 percent from Tuesday to bring in $0.45 million yesterday. Having taken in $10.58 million so far, the sequel is behind the pace of its 2013 predecessor by 49 percent.

 

Daily Domestic Gross Fri, Nov. 2 2007

Wide (1000+)

#TitleFri, Nov. 2 2007LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1American Gangster$15,865,656--3,054--$5,195$15,865,6561Universal
2Bee Movie$10,202,004--3,928--$2,597$10,202,0041Paramount / DreamWorks
3Saw IV$3,722,587139%3,1830$1,170$43,772,8992Lionsgate
4Dan in Real Life$2,597,019230%1,9254$1,349$17,422,0682Disney
530 Days of Night$1,183,272108%2,627-232$450$31,410,1823Sony / Columbia
6Martian Child$1,083,661--2,020--$536$1,083,6611New Line
7The Game Plan$1,068,889259%2,844-498$376$79,171,7756Disney
8Michael Clayton$850,396123%2,107-478$404$31,147,4775Warner Bros.
9Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?$735,296131%1,403-494$524$49,190,5934Lionsgate
10Gone Baby Gone$675,52697%1,617-96$418$13,230,0143Miramax