Grosses

'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Remains on Top on Tuesday with $5.23MJuly 09, 2014 12:38 PM

by Daniel Garris

Transformers: Age of Extinction took in $4.77 million on Monday to lead the daily box office for an eleventh consecutive day. The fourth installment of Paramount's blockbuster sci-fi action franchise was down 59 percent from Sunday and down 55 percent from last Monday. Transformers: Age of Extinction surpassed the $180 million mark yesterday and has now grossed $180.17 million through eleven days of release. That is in line with the film's lofty pre-release expectations, but also places the film 27 percent behind the $247.15 million eleven-day gross of 2011's Transformers: Dark of the Moon.

Warner's Tammy claimed second place for the day with $2.78 million. The Melissa McCarthy comedy vehicle was down 57 percent from Sunday's performance. While it is running a bit below expectations, Tammy has still grossed a very solid $36.09 million in six days (especially with its modest price tag in mind). That places the film 34.5 percent behind the $55.09 million six-day start of last year's The Heat (which opened on a Friday).

It continued to be a very tight race for places third through sixth on Monday, with only $257,477 separating third place from sixth place. Sony's 22 Jump Street took third place for the day with $1.55 million. The successful action comedy sequel starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum fell 50 percent from Sunday and 36.5 percent from last Monday. 22 Jump Street surpassed the $160 million mark yesterday and has grossed an impressive $160.82 million in 25 days.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 placed in fourth with $1.45 million. The 3D computer animated sequel from Fox and DreamWorks Animation was down 47 percent from Sunday and down 36 percent from last Monday. The 25-day total for How to Train Your Dragon 2 stands at an underwhelming $141.66 million.

Sony's Deliver Us from Evil followed closely behind in fifth with $1.43 million. The crime horror film starring Eric Bana fell 54 percent from Sunday. The six-day total for Deliver Us from Evil stands at softer than expected $16.68 million, as the horror marketplace continues to wait for a breakout performance in 2014.

Earth to Echo landed in sixth place with $1.29 million. The adventure family film from Relativity held up nicely for the day, as it was down 49 percent from Sunday. Earth to Echo has grossed $14.86 million in six days, as it continues to perform slightly below its already modest expectations and very similar to the performance of Deliver Us from Evil.

Daily Domestic Gross Mon, May. 9 2011

Wide (1000+)

#TitleMon, May. 9 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Thor$5,403,057-68%3,955--$1,366$71,126,3951Paramount
2Fast Five$2,526,785-72%3,66218$690$142,306,0702Universal
3Something Borrowed$1,112,219-74%2,904--$383$15,057,5871Warner Bros.
4Jumping the Broom$1,095,200-81%2,035--$538$16,310,6871Sony / TriStar
5Water for Elephants$518,009-76%2,614-206$198$42,601,2293Fox
6Rio (2011)$425,316-86%3,258-450$131$115,631,3854Fox
7Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family$259,705-84%1,881-407$138$47,344,9233Lionsgate
8Soul Surfer$116,125-86%1,781-229$65$37,002,4075Sony / TriStar
9Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil$113,989-84%2,5050$46$6,990,2062Weinstein Company
10Insidious$102,204-64%1,001-583$102$50,421,3196FilmDistrict
11Prom$101,700-77%2,7300$37$7,691,7302Disney
12African Cats$98,284-78%1,035-189$95$12,994,1683Disneynature
13Scream 4$74,505-49%1,333-888$56$36,994,6954Weinstein Company

Limited (100 — 999)

#TitleMon, May. 9 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Source Code$100,849-72%930-715$108$51,045,7716Summit
2Hanna$83,410-68%748-821$112$37,717,7175Focus
3The Conspirator$53,577-73%457-238$117$9,846,5314Roadside Attractions
4Jane Eyre (2011)$43,563-72%248-46$176$9,477,5079Focus
5Limitless$42,286-68%379-459$112$77,048,7038Relativity Media
6Win Win$37,981-77%268-34$142$8,389,3548Fox Searchlight
7The Lincoln Lawyer$35,008-76%440-279$80$55,582,6328Lionsgate
8HOP$22,550-86%902-2274$25$106,380,8106Universal
9Arthur (2011)$18,935-71%355-896$53$32,264,3195Warner Bros.
10Rango$17,024-80%2770$61$120,443,23710Paramount
11Dylan Dog: Dead of Night$16,512-43%464-411$36$1,123,3802Omni Lab/Freestyle Releasing
12The Adjustment Bureau$15,050-66%215-62$70$62,072,14010Universal
13Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules$14,280-77%339-164$42$51,304,0767Fox
14Sucker Punch$13,847-54%210136$66$36,202,3647Warner Bros.
15Paul$12,240-72%204-20$60$37,226,6258Universal
16Your Highness$9,020-71%164-238$55$21,431,3655Universal
17Red Riding Hood$7,575-69%156-53$49$37,530,3239Warner Bros.

Platform (1 — 99)

#TitleMon, May. 9 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Born to Be Wild 3D$47,585-55%59-10$807$4,299,8805Warner Bros. / IMAX
2Hubble 3D$21,089-5%320$659$24,637,60060Warner Bros. / IMAX
3The Beaver$11,156-68%22--$507$118,7331Summit
4The King's Speech$5,984-69%90-95$66$138,653,67924Weinstein Company
5Beastly$4,087-66%76-50$54$27,816,41510CBS Films
6Hall Pass$3,684-57%67-49$55$45,048,72111Warner Bros. / New Line
7Justin Bieber: Never Say Never$2,512-76%57-52$44$73,003,45413Paramount
8Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son$2,418-78%52-17$47$37,862,99912Fox
9Kill the Irishman$2,402-68%23-7$104$1,111,2069Anchor Bay Films
10Biutiful$2,3392%16-6$146$5,073,78419Roadside Attractions
11Unknown (2011)$1,813-68%49-52$37$63,679,54812Warner Bros.
12Cedar Rapids$1,582-71%22-4$72$6,829,16313Fox Searchlight
13The Company Men$1,365-59%3520$39$4,429,40816Weinstein Company
14No Eres Tu, Soy Yo$1,157-84%21-24$55$1,301,6705Lionsgate / Pantelion
15Dum Maaro Dum$1,153-87%33-60$35$535,7273Fox Searchlight
16Miral$444-61%5-5$89$367,2017Weinstein Company
17Passion Play$259-65%2--$130$2,3591Image Entertainment
18The Music Never Stopped$155-74%73$22$237,2818Roadside Attractions