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October 10 2016

The Girl on the Train rides to the top of the box office

The fall film season may finally be finding its groove.

The Girl on the Train rode to the top of the box office this weekend with a healthy $24.66M off of its $45M budget. Globally it sits at $41.16M.

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children came in number two this weekend with $15M domestically, a drop of 48 percent. Globally it sits at $145M off of its $110M budget, $51M of that being domestic.

True-life story Deepwater Horizon came in third with $11.75M, dropping only 41.9 percent. Domestically it sits at $28.51M and globally at $66.31M off of a $110M budget. It still has a long way to go to profit.

The Magnificent Seven fell to fourth place with $9.15M for a new domestic total of $75.91M off of a $90M budget.

Storks rounded out the top five with $8.45M for a new total of $50.11M off of a $70M budget. Globally it sits at $106.11M.

This week’s big releases are The Accountant, Kevin Hart: What Now? and Max Steel.

Curious how I think these films will do? Check out my The Movies of 2016 – 4th Quarter report.



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