Friday Report: ‘Need for Speed’ Downshifts, ‘Single Moms’ Bombs

March 17, 2014 - box office

by Ray Subers
Need for Speed 


 March 15, 2014

Need for Speed got out of a embankment first, yet it wasn’t scarcely as quick as expected. Meanwhile, Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club bombed.

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At 3,115 locations, Need for Speed non-stop in initial place with an estimated $6.6 million. That puts it behind other video diversion adaptations like Silent Hill ($8.1 million), Max Payne ($7 million) and Resident Evil ($6.8 million). It’s also reduce than a misfortune of a Fast Furious cinema (Tokyo Drift, $9.7 million). For a weekend, it’s going to breeze adult in second or third place with reduction than $20 million.

300: Rise of an Empire
fell 67 percent to $5.8 million. In comparison, a initial film forsaken 64 percent during a same point. So far, a 300 supplement has warranted $65 million.

Mr. Peabody Sherman
took third place with $5.45 million. That’s a light 32 percent dump from final weekend, that suggests Peabody is removing clever word-of-mouth among family audiences. The DreamWorks Animation film will take initial place for a weekend with as most as $23 million.

Playing during 1,896 theaters, The Single Moms Club warranted an estimated $3.2 million on Friday. That puts it on gait to turn a initial film destined by Tyler Perry to open next $10 million.

Liam Neeson‘s Non-Stop also pulled in an estimated $3.2 million yesterday. For a weekend, it should sum over $10 million.

Wes Anderson‘s The Grand Budapest Hotel stretched to 66 locations and warranted a illusory $1.09 million ($16,470 museum average). For a three-day frame, it will breeze adult in eighth place with over $3 million.

Veronica Mars
non-stop during 291 theaters and warranted a plain $1 million yesterday. That includes $260,000 from late Thursday shows. It’s misleading how a film will play by a weekendthere was like a lot of frontloaded direct among “Marshmellows”though it could acquire as most as $3 million.

Weekend Projections

1. Mr. Peabody – $22 million
2. 300 – $19 million
3. Need for Speed – $18 million
4. Non-Stop – $10.5 million
5. Single Moms Club – $9.5 million

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