Thursday, December 31, 2015

Can Star Wars Hold Onto Three Weekends in a Row as The Hateful Eight Debuts?

Star Wars: The Force Awakens looks to remain at the top of the box office as only one new movie hits theaters this New Years Eve 2015 weekend or New Years 2016 weekend (whatever is the right terminology).

The Hateful Eight
Hit Factor: Tarantino is a critics darling filmmaker that has never made movies to please critics.
Flop Factor: At almost 3 hours long (or longer depending if you watch it in 70mm) with intermission, it may deter the average moviegoer.



My Predictions:

Movie
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
The Hateful Eight
Daddy's Home
Joy
The Chipmunks: The Road Chip
Weekend Gross (millions)
$80
$28
$24
$11
$10




Sunday, December 27, 2015

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Sets Christmas Record

Star Wars: The Force Awakens easily held onto it's second weekend with a record breaking $153.5 million.... Yes, just to add more records to it's name, The Force Awakens has now:

Biggest Second weekend for a movie: $153.5 million (previously held by Jurassic World's $106 million)
Fastest movie to $1 Billion: 12 Days (Also previously held by Jurassic World... 13 days).
And a bunch of other records.

It's also safe to say that Avatar's $760.5 domestic total is in jeopardy, but it's worldwide take of $2.788 Billion is still somewhat safe.

In other movie news (there were other movies out this weekend) the Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrel comedy Daddy's Home ($38.8 million) performed better than expected.  The Jennifer Lawrence vehicle directed by David O'Russell, Joy ($17.5 million), had a strong debut. Meanwhile, the Will Smith NFL drama Concussion ($11 million) underwhelmed. And... Point Break ($10.2 million), the remake with a reported $100 million budget, fell short. Speaking of short...The star studded, The Big Short, made a decent $10.5 million to movie a notch above Point Break... Wow, that was a handful.

Wait...

Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight debuted in only 100 theaters and grossed $4.5 million, landing just outside the top 10.

Phew...


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Star Wars: The Force Awakens 
2) Daddy's Home
3) Joy
4) Sisters
5) The Chipmunks: The Road Chip 
6) Concussion
7) The Big Short
8) Point Break
9) HG: Mockingjay - Part 2
10) Creed
$153.5 million
$38.8 million
$17.5 million
$13.9 million
$12.7 million
$11 million
$10.5 million
$10.2 million
$5.3 million
$4.6 million
$544.6 million
$38.8 million
$17.5 million
$37.1 million
$39.4 million
$11 million
$16 million
$10.2 million
$264.6 million
$96.3 million
$200 million
$50 million
$60 million
$30 million
$90 million
$35 million
$28 million
$100 million
$160 million
$35 million


Thursday, December 24, 2015

Star Wars: The Force Awakens vs The Big Short vs Concussion vs Joy vs Daddy's Home vs Point Break

In other words, a slew of new movies hit theaters this crowded Christmas Weekend, all vying for that Star Wars pie.


The Big Short
Hit Factor: Awards season buzz, great cast.
Flop Factor: Might be too much of a economic drama than most people want for the Holidays.



Joy
Hit Factor: The same team that brought us American Hustle and Silver Linings Playbook.
Flop Factor: While reviews have been good, they aren't as good as those movies listed.



Concussion
Hit Factor: Will Smith has been getting a lot of buzz for his role in this film.
Flop Factor: Will Will Smith fans turn out for him in a serious role?



Daddy's Home
Hit Factor: Will Ferrell and Mark Walhberg's film The Other Guys was pretty funny.
Flop Factor: The director of that film went on to do The Big Short instead.



Point Break
Hit Factor: Cool Stunts
Flop Factor: Well, where to start, a seriously crowded box office, for one.


My Predictions:

Movie
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Daddy's Home
The Big Short
Joy
Concussion
Weekend Gross (millions)
$120
$18
$15
$15
$11





Sunday, December 20, 2015

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Sets Record $238 million Debut

The biggest movie of all time... be, will it?

Well, there's certainly no shortage of records being broken this weekend as Star Wars: The Force Awakens' $238 million debut easily topples the previous record, Jurassic World's $209 million. Though, since these are still estimates, the margin of error could be millions off, and the numbers could end up higher.

Overseas, The Force Awakens couldn't quite claim a record ($279 million)... behind Jurassic World ($316 million) and Harry Potter: Deathly Hallows Part 2 ($314 million).  But to be fair, it didn't debut in the all the same places as those films. Worldwide, The Force Awakens has already grossed $517 million.

Now back to the other records it has broken...
Here we go...
Biggest Thursday night preview night: $57 million
Biggest opening day and single day: $120.5 million
First film to cross $100 million in a single day.
Fastest film to $100 million and $200 million.
Biggest Imax opening: $30.1 million

Also, biggest opening in December, which was previously held by The Hobbit ($84.6 million). And, according to Holiday Season box office economics, could mean a healthy stay at for the next couple of weeks... with the potential to dethrone Avatar's $2.79 billion worldwide gross.

But who cares about that movie, when there were two other debuts this weekend: Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip ($14.4 million) and Sisters ($13.4 million).


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Star Wars: The Force Awakens 
2) Alvin and the Chipmunks 4
3) Sisters
4) HG: Mockingjay - Part 2
5) Creed
6) The Good Dinosaur
7) Krampus
8) In the Heart of the Sea
9) Dilwale
10) Bajirao Mastani
$238 million
$14.4 million
$13.4 million
$5.7 million
$5.1 million
$4.2 million
$3.8 million
$3.5 million
$1.9 million
$1.7 million
$238 million
$14.4 million
$13.4 million
$254.4 million
$87.9 million
$96.5 million
$34.8 million
$18 million
$1.9 million
$1.7 million
$200 million
$90 million
$30 million
$160 million
$35 million
$200 million
$15 million
$100 million
$15 million
n/a


Thursday, December 17, 2015

Star Wars: The Force Awakens To Crush Jurassic World's $209 Million Record Debut?

Probably...
Jurassic World also holds the record for worldwide debut ($526 million).

There are other films coming out this weekend, but let's face it, there's only one film everyone's gonna be talking about.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Hit Factor: Well...
Flop Factor: People will probably consider this a flop if it debuts under Jurassic World. The Holiday Season isn't known for setting weekend records, but movies released in this period have gone on to become the highest grossing movies of all time (ie: Avatar, Titanic).


Sisters
Hit Factor: Positive early reviews (80% Tomatometer).
Flop Factor: A certain other movie is probably taking up all the theater space.


Alvin and the Chipmunks: Road Chip
Hit Factor: Kids... enough to warrant a fourth film.
Flop Factor: Wow, they did four of these?


My Predictions:

Movie
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Sisters
Alvin and the Chipmunks 4
Creed
The Good Dinosaur
Weekend Gross (millions)
$225
$12
$10
$7
$6





Sunday, December 13, 2015

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 Holds on to Fourth Weekend in a Row

Newcomer In the Heart of the Sea, starring Chris Hemsworth and directed by Ron Howard, capsized at the box office this weekend ($11 million)... It's mediocre reviews (43% Tomatometer) and lack of awards buzz probably deterred most movie-goers.  The reported $100 million movie will definitely have a tough time recouping it's budget, especially when a certain franchise awakens next weekend.

So, that left The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 to narrowly hold on to the top spot with $11.3 million. It, so far, has grossed $564.6 million worldwide.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) HG: Mockingjay - Part 2 
2) In the Heart of the Sea
3) The Good Dinosaur
4) Creed
5) Krampus
6) Spectre
7) The Night Before 
8) The Peanuts Movie
9) Spotlight
10) Brooklyn
$11.3 million
$11 million
$10.5 million
$10.1 million
$8 million
$4 million
$3.9 million
$2.7 million
$2.5 million
$2 million
$244.5 million
$11 million
$89.7 million
$79.3 million
$190.8 million
$32 million
$38.2 million
$125 million
$20 million
$14.3 million
$160 million
$100 million
$175 million
$35 million
$15 million
$245 million
$25 million
$99 million
$20 million
$10 million


Friday, December 11, 2015

In the Heart of the Sea vs The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

Only one new move hit theaters before that one movie comes out next week.

In the Heart of the Sea
Hit Factor: Thor in Ron Howard film.
Flop Factor: Last movie they did together (Rush), although good, didn't do well at the box office.


My Predictions:

Movie
In the Heart of the Sea
HG: Mockingjay - Part 2
The Good Dinosaur
Krampus
Spectre
Weekend Gross (millions)
$14
$12
$10
$9
$3









Sunday, December 6, 2015

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 Takes Third Weekend in a Row

The final installment of The Hunger Games series: Mockingjay - Part 2 managed to three-peat for the top spot at the box office this weekend ($18.6 million).  It has grossed $227 domestically and $524 million worldwide, so far.

The only new movie in wide release, Krampus, unexpectedly managed a second place finish with $16 million.  It beat out Creed ($15.5 million) and The Good Dinosaur ($15.5 million) the later of which had an unheard of drop of 60% for Pixar.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) HG: Mockingjay - Part 2 
2) Krampus
3) Creed
4) The Good Dinosaur
5) Spectre
6) The Night Before
7) The Peanuts Movie 
8) Spotlight
9) Brooklyn
10) Secret in their Eyes 
$18.6 million
$16 million
$15.5 million
$15.5 million
$5.4 million
$4.9 million
$3.5 million
$2.9 million
$2.4 million
$2 million
$227.1 million
$16 million
$65.1 million
$76 million
$184.5 million
$32 million
$121 million
$16.6 million
$11.2 million
$17.2 million
$160 million
$15 million
$35 million
$175 million
$245 million
$25 million
$99 million
$20 million
$10 million
$19.5 million

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Krampus vs Mockingjay Part 2 vs The Good Dinosaur vs Creed



Only one new movie opens in wide release this post Thanksgiving weekend.

Krampus
Hit Factor: Looks entertaining... like that Rare Exports movie.
Flop Factor: Lack of much buzz might make for a quiet weekend.


My Predictions:

Movie
HG: Mockingjay Part 2
The Good Dinosaur
Creed
Krampus
Spectre
Weekend Gross (millions)
$30
$28
$25
$10
$9







Sunday, November 29, 2015

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 Wins Thanksgiving Weekend

The final installment in The Hunger Games franchise, Mockingjay Part 2, remained a top the box office for the second weekend in a roll with $51.6 million.  It's worldwide total now stands at $440.7 million.

Despite having one of Pixar's lowest openings, The Good Dinosaur earned a strong second place finish ($39.2 million).  Disney remains hopeful as the mostly positive reviews and upcoming Holiday season should keep this movie going strong through to next year.

The Rocky spinoff, Creed, managed a strong 3rd place finish ($30.1 million), probably due to a bit of  nostalgia and very good reviews.

In not so good news, Victor Frankenstein, wasn't alive at the box office as it's $2.4 million debut wasn't good enough to crack the top 10.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) HG: Mockingjay - Part 2 
2) The Good Dinosaur
3) Creed
4) Spectre
5) The Peanuts Movie
6) The Night Before
7) The Secret in their Eyes 
8) Spotlight
9) Brooklyn
10) The Martian 
$51.6 million
$39.2 million
$30.1 million
$12.8 million
$9.7 million
$8.2 million
$4.5 million
$4.5 million
$3.8 million
$3.3 million
$198.3 million
$55.6 million
$42.6 million
$176.1 million
$116.8 million
$24.1 million
$14 million
$12.3 million
$7.2 million
$218.6 million
$160 million
$175 million
$35 million
$245 million
$99 million
$25 million
$19.5 million
$20 million
$10 million
$108 million

Thursday, November 26, 2015

The Good Dinosaur vs Creed vs Victor Frankenstein vs Mockingjay Part 2


Can The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 fend off a bunch of newcomers this Thanksgiving Day Weekend?

The Good Dinosaur
Hit Factor: Pixar track record
Flop Factor: May get overshadowed as people say, "Well, it's not as good as other Pixar films." even though it still is getting positive reviews.



Creed
Hit Factor: Very positive reviews (93% Tomatometer)
Flop Factor: Too much drama for the Holidays?



Victor Frankenstein
Hit Factor: Harry Potter and Professor X in the same movie
Flop Factor: Unfortunately odd for a big budget CGI fest to get so little marketing.




My Predictions:

Movie
The Good Dinosaur
HG: Mockingjay Part 2
Creed
Spectre
The Peanuts Movie 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$45
$44
$25
$10
$9






Sunday, November 22, 2015

The Final Hunger Games Takes $101 million Opening Weekend

The final installment of the Hunger Games franchise, Mockingjay Part 2 debut to $101 million, which was easy enough to claim the top spot at the box office.  However, it marks the lowest debut of the entire franchise (the first Hunger Games movie opened to $158.1 million back in 2013).  Mockingjay Part 2 has already grossed $247 million worldwide... a great feat, but also a bit short of Mockingjay Part 1's $274.9 million worldwide debut a year ago.

In other news, The Night Before and The Secret in their Eyes also debuted less than expected ($10 million and $6.6 million, respectively). And although Spectre is slipping in domestically, it's already grossed over $677.8 million worldwide.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) HG: Mockingjay - Part 2 
2) Spectre
3) The Peanuts Movie
4) The Night Before
5) Secret in their Eyes
6) Love the Coopers
7) The Martian
8) Spotlight
9) The 33
10) Bridge of Spies 
$101 million
$14.6 million
$12.8 million
$10 million
$6.6 million
$3.9 million
$3.7 million
$3.6 million
$2.2 million
$1.9 million
$101 million
$153.7 million
$98.9 million
$10 million
$6.6 million
$14.9 million
$213 million
$5.8 million
$9.9 million
$65.2 million
$160 million
$245 million
$99 million
$25 million
$19.5 million
$17 million
$108 million
$20 million
$26 million
$40 million

Thursday, November 19, 2015

The Final Hunger Games Movie vs The Night Before vs Secret in Their Eyes

The Hunger Games aims to wrap up the franchise with a bang this pre-Thanksgiving Weekend.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
Hit Factor: Have you heard of The Hunger Games?
Flop Factor: Mockingjay Part 1 wasn't really that good.



The Night Before
Hit Factor: Seth Rogen movies are usually funny.
Flop Factor: Usually funny, his last comedic outing was The Interview



The Secret in their Eyes
Hit Factor: Acting chops from Julia Roberts, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Nicole Kidman
Flop Factor: Material may be too dreary for the regular movie-goer




My Predictions:

Movie
HG: Mockingjay Part 2
Spectre
The Peanuts Movie
The Night Before
The Secret in their Eyes 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$120
$18
$16
$15
$10






Sunday, November 15, 2015

Spectre Easily Holds Onto the Top Spot

The latest James Bond flick, Spectre, easily fended off any newcomers as it held on to the top spot at the box office this weekend with $35.4 million.  Even though it's second weekend domestic total is behind what Skyfall ($130 million vs $160 million) did at the same point a few years ago, Spectre is already at $550 million worldwide.

The Peanuts Movie held on to a strong second ($24.2 million) while newcomers Love the Coopers ($8.4 million) and The 33 ($5.8 million) came in 3rd and 5th.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Spectre
2) The Peanuts Movie
3) Love the Coopers
4) The Martian
5) The 33
6) Goosebumps 
7) Bridge of Spies
8) Prem Ratan Dhan Payo
9) Hotel Transylvania 2
10) The Last Witch Hunter 
$35.4 million
$24.2 million
$8.4 million
$6.7 million
$5.8 million
$4.7 million
$4.3 million
$2.4 million
$2.4 million
$1.5 million
$130.7 million
$82.5 million
$8.4 million
$207.4 million
$5.8 million
$73.5 million
$61.7 million
$2.8 million
$165.2 million
$26.1 million
$245 million
$99 million
$17 million
$108 million
$26 million
$58 million
$40 million
$15 million
$80 million
$90 million

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Love the Coopers vs The 33 vs Spectre vs The Peanuts Movie

Spectre and The Peanuts Movie look to repeat box office on top as a couple of newcomers hit theaters this weekend.


Love the Coopers
Hit Factor: First ensemble Holiday Season movie this Holiday Season.
Flop Factor: This feels like the same type of family Holiday movie that comes out every year, just with different actors.



The 33
Hit Factor: An awards-noticeable, based-on-a-true-story drama.
Flop Factor: With early mediocre reviews (40% Tomatometer), it may be miss that awards buzz this movie needs.




My Predictions:

Movie
Spectre
The Peanuts Movie
Love the Coopers
The 33
The Martian
Weekend Gross (millions)
$35
$28
$8
$8
$7






Sunday, November 8, 2015

Spectre Easily Takes the Top at the Box Office

The latest installment in the James Bond franchise, Spectre, easily dominated the box office this weekend.  It raked in $73 million for first place, beating out a strong debut from The Peanuts Movie ($45 million) and also helping this weekend to become the biggest weekend since early July.

Despite taking the top spot, Spectre's debut is significantly behind Skyfall's $88.4 million.  This is probably due to it's less than stellar reviews compared to Skyfall (64% Tomatometer vs 93% Tomatometer). In fact, it is the lowest reviewed Bond film of the Daniel Craig era, just dipping below Quantum of Solace's 65% Tomatometer.  Perhaps the silver lining is that it has already grossed more than $300 million worldwide.

In other news, The Peanuts Movie had a solid debut with $45 million, which was aided by solid reviews (86% Tomatometer), zero competition, and the upcoming Holiday Season.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) Spectre
2) The Peanuts Movie
3) The Martian
4) Goosebumps
5) Bridge of Spies
6) Hotel Transylvania 2  
7) Burnt 
8) The Last Witch Hunter
9) The Intern
10) PA: The Ghost Dimension
$73 million
$45 million
$9.3 million
$7 million
$6.1 million
$3.6 million
$3.0 million
$2.7 million
$1.8 million
$1.7 million
$73 million
$45 million
$197.1 million
$66.4 million
$55 million
$161.3 million
$10.2 million
$23.6 million
$71.4 million
$16.2 million
$250 million
$100 million
$108 million
$58 million
$40 million
$80 million
$20 million
$70 million
$35 million
$10 million

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Spectre vs The Peanuts Movie

Or James Bond vs Charlie Brown... and Snoopy... and Linus... and...

A couple of movies hit theaters this weekend November weekend.

Spectre
Hit Factor: The last James Bond film made over $1.1 billion.
Flop Factor: Early reviews, while good (65% Tomatomer) fall way short of Skyfall (93% Tomatometer).



The Peanuts Movie
Hit Factor: Counter audience to Bond. Has that Thanksgiving vibe.
Flop Factor: Do kids want to watch films that aren't Pixar or Dreamworks or Minions related?



My Predictions:

Movie
Spectre
The Peanuts Movie
The Martian
Goosebumps
Bridge of Spies 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$85
$40
$8
$6
$6






Sunday, November 1, 2015

The Martian Easily tops Lowest Box Office Weekend of the Year

With a recent string of high profile movies under-performing (The Last Witch Hunter, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Protocol, Crimson Peak, Steve Jobs, Pan), this weekend proved no differently as Burnt ($5 million) and Our Brand Is Crisis ($3.4 million) debuted.  Both movies which rely on word of mouth to do well were obviously, burnt, by bad reviews (29% and 32% Tomatometers).

What's interesting to note is there was no breakout Horror film this fall, an attempt Crimson Peak and Paranormal Activity failed to deliver... Even last year's already forgotten Horror flick, Ouija managed to scare up $20 million on it's opening.

In the mean time, this made it easy for The Martian to stay on top of the box office with only $11.4 million. Next weekend should get a significant boost in the box office as Daniel Craig returns as the legendary spy in Spectre.



Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) The Martian
2) Goosebumps
3) Bridge of Spies
4) Hotel Transylvania 2
5) Burnt
6) The Last Witch Hunter  
7) PA: The Ghost Dimension 
8) Our Brand Is Crisis
9) Crimson Peak
10) Steve Jobs
$11.4 million
$10.2 million
$8.1 million
$5.8 million
$5 million
$4.8 million
$3.5 million
$3.4 million
$3.1 million
$2.6 million
$182.8 million
$57.1 million
$45.2 million
$156 million
$5 million
$18.6 million
$13.6 million
$3.4 million
$27.7 million
$14.5 million
$108 million
$58 million
$40 million
$80 million
$20 million
$75 million
$10 million
$28 million
$55 million
$30 million

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Our Brand is Crisis vs Burnt vs Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

A few new movies hit theaters in what could be a very calm weekend before the storm.

Our Brand is Crisis
Hit Factor: Sandra Bullock. Targeting the Argo audience.
Flop Factor: Wont get there if early reviews are an indication (43% Tomatometer).



Burnt
Hit Factor: Low budget. Bradley Cooper.
Flop Factor: Poor early reviews (35% Tomatometer). Target audience?



Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
Hit Factor: Low budget.
Flop Factor: Marketing seems very absent for this film.



My Predictions:

Movie
The Martian
Goosebumps
Our Brand is Crisis
Bridge of Spies
Hotel Transylvania 2 
Weekend Gross (millions)
$10
$10
$9
$8
$7






Sunday, October 25, 2015

The Martian Reclaims Top of the Box Office

In what looks like a crowded box office, Ridley Scott's The Martian managed to reclaim the top spot with only $15.9 million.

All the newcomers pretty much underperformed; The Last Witch Hunter ($10.8 million), Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension ($8.2 million, a franchise low),  Steve Jobs ($7.3 million).  As for Rock The Kasbah ($1.5 million) and Jem and the Holograms ($1.3 million), the didn't even crack the top ten... 13 and 15 respectively.

Next weekend could be another soft weekend before James Bond returns in Spectre.


Weekend Estimates
MovieWeekend GrossTotal GrossBudget
1) The Martian
2) Goosebumps
3) Bridge of Spies
4) The Last Witch Hunter
5) Hotel Transylvania 2
6) PA: Ghost Dimension 
7) Steve Jobs
8) Crimson Peak
9) The Intern
10) Sicario 
$15.9 million
$15.5 million
$11.4 million
$10.8 million
$9 million
$8.2 million
$7.3million
$5.6 million
$3.9 million
$3 million
$166.4 million
$43.7 million
$32.6 million
$10.8 million
$148.3 million
$8.2 million
$10 million
$22.5 million
$64.7 million
$39.8 million
$108million
$58 million
$40 million
$75 million
$80 million
$10 million
$30 million
$55 million
$40 million
$30 million

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Steve Jobs vs Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension vs The Last Witch Hunter vs Jem and the Holograms vs Rock the Kasbah

That was a mouthful, as a slew of new movies hit theaters this weekend.

Steve Jobs
Hit Factor: Has some awards season buzz.
Flop Factor: Most of the people that new Steve Jobs don't care for this film. Feels like it's going for The Social Network, but it's missing that special something.



Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension
Hit Factor: Very low budget.
Flop Factor: How many of these have they made already?



The Last Witch Hunter
Hit Factor: Vin Diesel... Action, Boom! Effects.
Flop Factor: Seems like too much CGI and a missed target audience.



Jem and the Holograms
Hit Factor: Low budget.
Flop Factor: People who watched the TV show growing up are not remotely nostalgic about this film.



Rock the Kasbah
Hit Factor: Bill Murray
Flop Factor: Lots of competition and it's early negative reviews aren't helping.



My Predictions:

Movie
Goosebumps
The Martian
Steve Jobs
Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension
The Last Witch Hunter
Weekend Gross (millions)
$17
$15
$15
$14
$14