2014 Box Office Reaches $2 Billion

March 19, 2014 - box office

by Ray Subers
The LEGO Movie 


 March 18, 2014

As of Sunday, sum domestic box bureau gain have surpassed $2 billion in 2014. To date, a box bureau is adult around 8 percent from final year.

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If that settlement continues, 2014 would come tighten to being a initial $12 billion year. That isn’t guaranteed, though: 2014 is lagging behind 2012, 2010 and 2009, nothing of that even came tighten to $11 billion.

Two charcterised hits are heading a approach so distant this year. The LEGO Movie is series one so distant with $236.9 million (as of Sunday), that accounts for scarcely 12 percent of year-to-date box office. The film ranks second all-time among Feb releases behind The Passion of a Christ, and is on a approach to being one of a highest-grossing strange charcterised cinema ever.

Frozen is in second place so distant with over $133 million. Despite opening in November, a Disney Animation blockbuster has been in a Top 10 on all 11 weekends so distant this year. That creates 16 straight, that is a longest strain given Chicago in early 2003.

Ride Along is a highest-grossing live-action film this year with an implausible $132 million. A supplement is already set for Jan 2016. Unfortunately, star Kevin Hart‘s second 2014 movie, About Last Night wasn’t scarcely as successful: a R-rated regretful comedy is on gait to tighten next $50 million.

Afghanistan fight play Lone Survivor ranks fourth with $124 million. That creates it a highest-grossing complicated crusade film ever forward of Black Hawk Down ($108 million). American Hustle rounds out a Top Five with $81.8 million in 2014.

Through a same indicate final year, a tip of a draft was decidedly reduction impressive. As of Mar 16th, a series one film was Oz The Great and Powerful, that had warranted $132 million given opening 9 days prior. Comedy strike Identity Thief was second with $123 million, while Oscar-nominated cinema Silver Linings Playbook ($95.5 million), Zero Dark Thirty ($94 million) and Django Unchained ($93 million) finished a Top Five.

On a worldwide basis, The LEGO Movie leads 2014 releases with $379 million (over 62 percent from a U.S.)*. 300: Rise of An Empire was a quick strike overseas, and ranks second for a year with $238 million. Thanks to outrageous numbers in China, a Robocop reconstitute is now in third with $234 million. Mr. Peabody Sherman ($149 million) and Ride Along ($142 million, many of that is from a U.S.) arrange fourth and fifth, respectively.

Domestically, Warner Bros. is a highest-grossing studio in 2014 with $442 million (22 percent). Second place belongs to Universal ($364 million, 18 percent), that has hold a tip mark on 5 of a 11 weekends so distant this year. Among a 6 vital studios, 20th Century Fox trails a container with usually $172 million so far.

Note: The 2014 worldwide information excludes cinema expelled in 2013 like Frozen and The Hobbit.

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