Grosses

'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Remains #1 on Tuesday with $5.08MJuly 23, 2014 12:32 PM

by Daniel Garris

Fox's Dawn of the Planet of the Apes led the way on Tuesday with $5.08 million. The critically acclaimed 3D sci-fi action sequel has now led the daily box office for eleven of the past twelve days. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was up 21 percent over Monday and down a respectable 47 percent from last Tuesday. The twelve-day total for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes stands at $148.49 million. That is ahead of pre-release expectations and places the film an impressive 32 percent ahead of the $112.34 million twelve-day take of 2011's Rise of the Planet of the Apes.

Universal's The Purge: Anarchy held steady in second place with $3.56 million. The sequel to last year's break-out horror film was up 7 percent over Monday. While that represented the day's poorest daily percentage hold among wide releases, it also represented a far stronger first Tuesday hold than that of last year's The Purge (which fell 19 percent on its first Tuesday to gross $2.69 million). With a five-day start of $36.70 million, The Purge: Anarchy is now running just 8 percent behind the $40.06 million five-day take of The Purge.

Planes: Fire and Rescue took in $2.33 million to remain in third. The modestly budgeted computer animated sequel from Disney was up a healthy 26 percent over Monday. Planes: Fire and Rescue has grossed $21.69 million through five days. That is a bit below expectations and is 22 percent softer than the $27.81 million five-day take of last year's Planes. Planes: Fire and Rescue will hope to hold up well going forward due in part to the limited amount of options for family audiences throughout the rest of the summer.

Sony's Sex Tape placed in fourth with$1.97 million. The comedy starring Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel finally showed some signs of stabilizing as it was up 27 percent over Monday. Sex Tape has grossed a significantly poorer than expected $18.13 million through five days of release. That places the film a very disappointing 54 percent behind the $39.53 million five-day start of 2011's Bad Teacher.

Transformers: Age of Extinction rounded out Tuesday's unchanged top five with $1.44 million. The fourth installment of Paramount's sci-fi action franchise was up 23 percent over Monday and down 44 percent from last Tuesday. Transformers: Age of Extinction has grossed $229.62 million through 26 days. That currently ranks the film as the fourth highest grossing release of 2014 thus far domestically and the film will soon pass by X-Men: Days of Future Past to move into third place.

Daily Domestic Gross Mon, Aug. 15 2011

Wide (1000+)

#TitleMon, Aug. 15 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1The Help$3,891,426-54%2,534--$1,536$39,809,8421Disney / DreamWorks
2Rise of the Planet of the Apes$3,547,640-60%3,69143$961$108,755,8662Fox
3The Smurfs$2,277,561-51%3,42732$665$104,056,3023Sony / Columbia
4Final Destination 5$1,855,164-58%3,155--$588$19,886,5601Warner Bros. / New Line
530 Minutes or Less$1,830,117-54%2,888--$634$15,160,2351Sony / Columbia
6Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2$1,158,055-56%2,414-761$480$358,495,4105Warner Bros.
7Crazy, Stupid, Love$1,047,320-52%2,635-385$397$56,573,8443Warner Bros.
8Captain America: The First Avenger$985,172-57%2,835-785$348$157,956,2804Paramount
9Cowboys & Aliens$959,885-61%3,310-444$290$82,633,9003Universal
10The Change-Up$859,335-55%2,9130$295$26,698,1852Universal
11Glee: The 3D Concert Movie$840,846-44%2,040--$412$6,802,0771Fox
12Horrible Bosses$333,109-54%1,338-687$249$110,336,2536Warner Bros. / New Line
13Friends With Benefits$279,527-49%1,294-1104$216$53,358,8644Sony / Screen Gems

Limited (100 — 999)

#TitleMon, Aug. 15 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Transformers: Dark of the Moon$172,189-59%886-968$194$347,440,9897Paramount / DreamWorks
2Zookeeper$155,849-45%748-976$208$75,956,5396Sony / Columbia
3Cars 2$116,859-51%494-432$237$186,313,4168Disney
4Sarah's Key$69,202-60%10134$685$2,093,2274Weinstein Company
5Green Lantern$60,252-53%242134$249$115,097,3969Warner Bros.
6Mr. Popper's Penguins$56,850-50%294-33$193$66,151,1419Fox
7Kung Fu Panda 2$56,317-50%252-38$223$163,489,94412Paramount / DreamWorks
8Bridesmaids$51,275-51%285-89$180$167,221,17014Universal
9X-Men: First Class$28,888-45%183-53$158$145,717,43411Fox
10The Hangover Part II$26,262-52%232-71$113$253,967,55412Warner Bros.
11The Tree of Life$25,296-53%118-52$214$12,497,88112Fox Searchlight
12Bad Teacher$22,171-34%149-201$149$97,923,5928Sony / Columbia
13Super 8$17,129-49%108-66$159$125,537,19010Paramount
14Snow Flower and the Secret Fan$15,506-49%104-12$149$1,211,3735Fox Searchlight
15Monte Carlo$13,728-45%124-17$111$22,703,2167Fox
16Beginners$13,719-62%103-23$133$5,540,16511Focus
17Larry Crowne$9,960-61%166-63$60$35,575,9357Universal

Platform (1 — 99)

#TitleMon, Aug. 15 2011LocationsAvg.TotalWks.Dist.
1Born to Be Wild 3D$69,957-14%490$1,428$11,380,30219Warner Bros. / IMAX
2The Devil's Double$41,441-54%8956$466$740,2353Lionsgate
3Another Earth$24,347-62%8227$297$723,4064Fox Searchlight
4Aarakshan$21,141-78%91--$232$365,8021Reliance Big Pictures
5Attack the Block$16,764-56%4032$419$470,8513Sony / Screen Gems
6Rio (2011)$10,270-53%99-40$104$143,488,55018Fox
7The Future$10,042-51%202$502$244,5943Roadside Attractions
8Thor$7,921-51%81-60$98$180,960,74915Paramount
9Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer$4,360-11%55-33$79$15,005,35410Relativity Media
10Project Nim$3,805-47%18-3$211$311,4266Roadside Attractions
11A Better Life$2,216-62%51-23$43$1,700,1898Summit
12The Last Mountain$643-58%5--$129$120,75011Dada Films
13Insidious$633-63%13-13$49$53,978,57120FilmDistrict
14Submarine$364-55%7-3$52$467,06611Weinstein Company
15Everything Must Go$190-38%3-5$63$2,702,73214Roadside Attractions
16The Conspirator$150-34%20$75$11,533,55918Roadside Attractions