‘Apes’ Strong on Friday
July 12, 2014 - box officeby Ray Subers
Dawn of a Planet of a Apes
July 12, 2014
Dawn of a Planet of a Apes ruled a box bureau on Friday with an estimated $27.7 million.
The film has clever reviews and good word-of-mouth, that should assistance forestall a high Saturday dump off. The World Cup final could keep some people divided on Sunday, though. Regardless, Dawn is expected to breeze adult over $70 million for a weekend.
Transformers: Age of Extinction combined $4.8 million yesterday, that is a 55 percent dump from a prior Friday. To date, a fourth installment in a Transformers authorization has warranted $197.4 million, and will pass $200 million someday today.
After scarcely a month in theaters, 22 Jump Street is still impressing: a comedy supplement combined $2.05 million (down only 19 percent) for a new sum of $167.3 million.
Earth to Echo dull out a Top Five with $1.76 million. Through 10 days, a sci-fi journey has warranted $20.9 million.
Begin Again stretched to 939 theaters and took ninth place with $824,000. For a weekend, it will expected tumble brief of $3 million.
1. Dawn/Apes – $71 million
2. Tranformers – $15.5 million
3. Tammy – $12.5 million
Forecast: ‘Apes’ Sequel Swings In to Theaters This Weekend
Grosses for Friday, Jul 11, 2014