Monday, July 27, 2015

Box Office Breakdown: 7/24-7/26


Welcome to BOX OFFICE BREAKDOWN, where we discuss this weekends box office results.  The TOP 3 films for the weekend of July 24-26 were Ant-Man, Pixels, and Minions.

Let's take a look at how the Top 3 did this weekend...


Marvel Studio's newest film, Ant-Man, managed to stay on top in its second weekend, bringing in another $24.9 million.  This brings its domestic total up to $106.2 million and its worldwide total up to $226.6 million.  It definitely has its work cut out for it if it wants to catch up to the big dogs of Marvel.


The new Adam Sandler comedy, Pixels, opened up this weekend, falling just short of the top spot, bringing in a meager $24 million.  However, it did manage to pull another $25.4 from the foreign market for a worldwide total of $49.4 million on an $88 million budget.  Hopefully it'll continue to hold strong overseas, so it can make its money back and turn a profit.


Minions took another significant drop in its third week, going down 53.5% to bring in another $22.9 million, bringing its domestic total up to $262.5 million and its worldwide total up to $760.3 million.  Hopefully it'll get enough repeat viewings to break that billion dollar mark, and with the foreign market enjoying it as much as it is, it most likely will.

Here's a quick rundown of the top 10 films this weekend:

#1 - Ant-Man - $24,909,332

#2 - Pixels - $24,011,616

#3 - Minions - $22,933,960

#4 - Trainwreck - $17,281,950

#5 - Southpaw - $16,701,294

#6 - Paper Towns - $12,650,140

#7 - Inside Out - $7,414,528

#8 - Jurassic World - $7,181,175

#9 - Mr. Holmes - $2,868,335

#10 - Terminator: Genisys - $2,417,910

Join us next week for another edition of BOX OFFICE BREAKDOWN.  Which movies will be on top?  Which movies will under perform?  Check us out next week for the scoop!

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