Friday Report: ‘Non-Stop,’ ‘Son of God’ in Close Race

March 4, 2014 - box office

by Ray Subers
Non-Stop 


 March 1, 2014

Non-Stop and Son of God both did clever business on Friday, yet a Liam Neeson thriller wound adult with a slight edge.

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Playing during 3,090 locations, Non-Stop non-stop to an estimated $10 million. That’s a extreme alleviation over new Neeson cinema Unknown ($6.7 million) and The Grey ($6.5 million). For a three-day weekend, Non-Stop should finish with around $30 million.

Son of God
was no Passion of a Christ, yet it still got off to an considerable start. The film warranted $9.4 million on Friday, that is some-more than Courageous, The Nativity Story and Fireproof warranted in their whole initial weekend. By Sunday, Son of God will expected have collected during slightest $27 million.

After 3 weeks in a lead, The LEGO Movie is going to have to settle for third place this weekend. The charcterised strike fell 39 percent to $4.4 million, that should interpret to a $20 million weekend. So far, it has warranted $192.7 million total, and it will expected pass $200 million someday today.

Last weekend’s openers fell tough on Friday. 3 Days to Kill and Pompeii both forsaken 64 percent, earning $1.45 million and $1.2 million, respectively. It now looks like both cinema will tighten next $30 million.

Hayao Miyazaki‘s The Wind Rises stretched to 496 locations on Friday, yet it usually managed to acquire $460,000. The Oscar-nominated charcterised film could finish adult with around $2 million for a three-day frame.

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