Summer 2014 comes to a close this weekend as two wide releases will aim, but likely struggle, to put a dent in the Labor Day box office.
The November Man
- Pierce Brosnan gives the film some much needed star appeal thanks to past associations with the spy genre, notably James Bond.
- Relativity's decision to move forward with a sequel already could be an encouraging sign.
- There simply hasn't been any strong competition in the latter half of August.
|Title||Weekend Gross||CHG LW%|
|Guardians of the Galaxy||$20,500,000||19%|
|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)||$18,500,000||11%|
|Let's Be Cops||$11,800,000||9%|
|As Above/So Below||$11,500,000||--|
|If I Stay||$10,300,000||-34%|
|When the Game Stands Tall||$6,600,000||-21%|
|The Hundred-Foot Journey||$6,500,000||22%|
|The Expendables 3||$6,200,000||-4%|
|Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For||$4,700,000||-26%|