Friday Report: ‘Transformers’ Leads Quiet Fourth of July
July 7, 2014 - box officeby Ray Subers
Transformers: Age of Extinction
July 4, 2014
Transformers: Age of Extinction simply hold a tip mark on a Fourth of Jul holiday, and will simply repeat in initial place this weekend. Melissa McCarthy‘s Tammy did decent business in second place, while Deliver Us From Evil and Earth to Echo tanked.
It’s value observant that a Fourth of Jul isn’t typically a large movie-going day; these titles would expected have warranted a bit some-more on a normal Friday. Business should collect adult over a weekend.
Age of Extinction fell 75 percent to an estimated $10.6 million on Friday. That dump is on roughly on standard with a other Summer releases that non-stop above $90 million. For a weekend, Transformers will expected acquire reduction than $40 million.
In a third day in theaters, Tammy combined $6.4 million for an early sum of $18.2 million. For a weekend, it should acquire around $22 million.
The rest of a margin was really tighten on Friday. How to Train Your Dragon 2 took third place with $2.8 million, that brings a sum to $134 million. Earth to Echo warranted $2.6 million, and is on lane for around $10 million this weekend. Deliver Us From Evil dull out a Top Five with $2.5 million, that will expected interpret to a $9 million weekend.
At 175 locations, Begin Again warranted a plain $425,000. For a weekend, it will acquire during slightest $1.2 million.
As of publication, Friday estimates for America (2014) and Snowpiercer were not available.
1. Transformers – $39 million
2. Tammy – $23 million
3. How to Train Your Dragon – $10.5 million
4. Earth to Echo – $10.1 million
5. 22 Jump Street – $9.5 million
6. Deliver Us From Evil – $9 million
Grosses for Friday, Jul 4, 2014