Friday Report: ‘Transformers’ On Track for Over $100 Million This Weekend

June 30, 2014 - box office

by Ray Subers
Transformers: Age of Extinction 

 June 27, 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction non-stop to an estimated $41.6 million yesterday. That’s a biggest opening day of a year so far, and sets a film adult to acquire during slightest $100 million this weekend.

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The fourth installment in a Transformers authorization non-stop forward of final month’s Godzilla, that formerly hold a 2014 opening day record with $38.4 million. Among Transformers movies, it lagged significantly behind Revenge of a Fallen ($62 million) and was a bit reduce than Dark of a Moon ($43.2 million when counting day-early previews).

For a weekend, Age of Extinction is on lane to acquire around $105 million (Paramount is some-more conservatively estimating $100 million).

The film is doing even some-more considerable business overseas, where it has already warranted $80 million. It non-stop to an estimated $30 million in China, that is a biggest opening day ever for a non-Chinese movie. It has also racked adult outrageous two-day totals in Russia ($10.4 million), South Korea ($9.1 million) and Australia ($4.6 million).

In a apart second place, 22 Jump Street fell 46 percent to an estimated $5 million. To date, a comedy supplement has warranted $129.4 million, and could pass a initial movie’s $138 million sum on Sunday.

How to Train Your Dragon 2
combined $4.1 million yesterday, that was off 46 percent from final week. The charcterised supplement has grossed $112.8 million so far.

Think Like a Man Too
took fourth place yesterday with $3.4 million. That’s a large 72 percent dump from opening day. The comedy supplement has now warranted $41.2 million.

dull out a Top Five with $2.59 million, that is off 35 percent from final Friday. The anticipation strike could pass $200 million someday today.

Jersey Boys
forsaken to sixth place with $2.25 million (down 52 percent). Through 8 days, a Clint Eastwood-directed low-pitched has warranted $22 million.

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