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Daily Box Office Report
Monday, April 10, 2017




By Daniel Garris

Fox and DreamWorks Animation’s The Boss Baby led the way on Monday with $2.181 M. The Boss Baby was down 71.3 percent from Sunday and down only 29.3 percent from last Monday. Family films in general had stronger than usual daily holds on Monday thanks in part to Holy Week. The Boss Baby surpassed the $90 M mark yesterday and has grossed a stronger than expected $91.618 in eleven days. The film is running 29.3 percent ahead of the $70.845 M eleven-day gross of last year’s Kung Fu Panda 3 and 8.7 percent behind the $99.814 M eleven-day take of 2015’s Home.

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast placed in a close second with $2.037 M. The film trailed The Boss Baby by just $144 K for the day. Beauty and the Beast declined 67.9 percent from Sunday and a very solid 35.7 percent from last Monday. The 25-day total for Beauty and the Beast stands at a massive $432.983 M. That ranks as the 15th largest unadjusted domestic gross of all-time and places the film a very impressive 49.8 percent ahead of the $289.124 M 25-day gross of last year’s The Jungle Book.

Warner’s Going in Style took third place with $1.042 M. Going in Style decreased 62.4 percent from Sunday, which represented one of the day’s stronger daily percentage holds among wide releases. Going in Style has grossed a very solid $12.975 M in its first four days and is likely to hold up well going forward. The film is running 7.8 percent ahead of the $12.034 M four-day take of last year’s Dirty Grandpa and 26.7 percent behind the $17.695 M four-day start of 2013’s Last Vegas.

Sony’s Smurfs: The Lost Village claimed fourth for the day with $937 K. Smurfs: The Lost Village was down 73.8 percent from Sunday, as the film didn’t hold up as well yesterday as other wide releases aimed at family audiences. Smurfs: The Lost Village has grossed a lackluster $14.148 M through four days of release. That is 36.2 percent softer than the $22.189 M four-day take of 2013’s The Smurfs 2 (which opened on a Wednesday).

Paramount and DreamWorks’ Ghost in the Shell took fifth place with $724 K, while Lionsgate’s Saban’s Power Rangers followed in sixth with $578 K. Ghost in the Shell declined 64.2 percent from Sunday and 45.3 percent from last Monday. Power Rangers was down 67.6 percent from Sunday and 40.4 percent from last Monday. Respective total grosses stand at a disappointing $32.254 M in eleven days for Ghost in the Shell and at a solid $75.673 M in 18 days for Power Rangers.

Meanwhile, Pure Flix's The Case for Christ placed in tenth with $353 K. The Case for Christ was down 68.3 percent from Sunday’s performance. The film has grossed $4.321 M in four days, which is in line with expectations and is 10.3 percent stronger than the $3.918 M four-day start of 2015’s Do You Believe? The Case for Christ is likely to hold up well throughout Holy Week, especially with the aid of strong word of mouth.


Daily domestic box office results for Monday, April 10, 2017.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Mon.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 The Boss Baby
(Fox / DWorks Anim.)
$2,180,761 3,829 $570 -71.3% -29.3% $91,617,567 1.825 2
2 Beauty and the Beast
(Disney)
$2,036,549 3,969 $513 -67.9% -35.7% $432,983,188 2.478 4
3 Going in Style
(Warner / New Line)
$1,042,463 3,061 $341 -62.4% N/A $12,974,793 1.087 1
4 Smurfs: The Lost Village
(Sony / Columbia)
$937,088 3,610 $260 -73.8% N/A $14,147,537 1.071 1
5 Ghost in the Shell
(Paramount / DWorks)
$724,196 3,440 $211 -64.2% -45.3% $32,254,059 1.727 2
6 Saban's Power Rangers
(Lionsgate)
$577,559 2,978 $194 -67.6% -40.4% $75,673,204 1.878 3
7 Kong: Skull Island
(Warner Bros.)
$507,695 2,753 $184 -66.5% -26.8% $156,813,601 2.570 5
8 Get Out
(Universal)
$392,505 1,574 $249 -61.7% -16.2% $163,282,485 4.892 7
9 Logan
(Fox)
$387,189 1,949 $199 -64.9% -24.1% $218,416,426 2.470 6
10 The Case for Christ
(Pure Flix)
$352,959 1,174 $301 -68.3% N/A $4,320,844 1.089 1
11 The Zookeeper's Wife
(Focus)
$241,015 804 $300 -62.7% -16.3% $7,639,725 2.323 2
12 Life
(Sony / Columbia)
$239,869 1,788 $134 -62.0% -51.4% $27,180,573 2.174 3
13 Your Name.
(Funimation Films)
$172,680 311 $555 -62.9% N/A $1,986,462 1.095 1
14 CHIPS
(Warner Bros.)
$124,362 1,351 $92 -65.6% -62.7% $17,238,526 2.232 3
15 The Shack
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$102,286 1,108 $92 -65.6% -49.2% $55,052,724 3.404 6
16 Gifted
(Fox Searchlight)
$38,117 56 $681 -63.3% N/A $484,497 1.085 1
17 T2: Trainspotting
(Sony / TriStar)
$29,727 159 $187 -58.8% -19.8% $1,635,059 4.198 4
18 The LEGO Batman Movie
(Warner Bros.)
$27,658 345 $80 -69.5% -54.5% $173,345,580 3.270 9
19 Hidden Figures
(Fox)
$25,397 288 $88 -57.2% -32.1% $168,301,708 7.382 15
20 The Belko Experiment
(BH Tilt)
$24,955 186 $134 -54.9% -58.2% $9,451,850 2.285 4
21 La La Land
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$18,525 224 $83 -56.0% +41.1% $150,705,350 15.775 18
22 John Wick: Chapter 2
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$15,743 162 $97 -58.6% -30.2% $91,551,822 3.008 9
23 Lion
(Weinstein Company)
$15,389 203 $76 -56.6% -10.7% $51,378,954 13.664 20
24 A Dog's Purpose
(Universal)
$10,290 175 $59 -72.2% -42.5% $63,878,695 3.505 11
25 Before I Fall
(Open Road)
$9,581 268 $36 -47.0% +91.9% $12,141,773 2.589 6
26 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
(Disney)
$9,288 177 $52 -71.1% -53.3% $531,967,425 3.430 17
27 Sing
(Universal)
$9,020 179 $50 -66.4% -48.2% $270,130,610 7.662 16
28 Fist Fight
(Warner / New Line)
$8,087 125 $65 -67.4% -23.5% $32,161,609 2.636 8
29 Their Finest
(STXfilms / EuropaCorp)
$7,432 4 $1,858 -64.6% N/A $83,629 1.098 1
30 Raw
(Focus World)
$6,931 45 $154 -55.1% -16.2% $409,976 5.322 5
31 Split
(Universal)
$6,280 121 $52 -60.7% -21.5% $137,523,710 3.437 12
32 Moana
(Disney)
$5,293 120 $44 -68.4% -48.7% $248,666,947 4.391 20
33 A United Kingdom
(Fox Searchlight)
$4,694 57 $82 -59.0% -41.4% $3,784,269 5.987 9
34 Rock Dog
(Lionsgate / Summit Premiere)
$2,773 106 $26 -71.1% -46.9% $9,407,695 2.539 7
35 Moonlight
(A24)
$2,688 28 $96 -45.1% -24.6% $27,809,597 18.680 25
36 Phillauri
(Fox International Productions)
$1,525 17 $90 -69.6% -69.8% $460,916 1.766 3
37 Wilson
(Fox Searchlight)
$1,093 28 $39 -63.6% -90.2% $647,107 1.925 3
38 20th Century Women
(A24)
$1,044 12 $87 -34.1% +16.3% $5,645,963 4.076 15
39 The Founder
(Weinstein Company)
$1,015 25 $41 -41.6% -32.2% $12,774,871 3.753 12
40 Tim Timmerman,
Hope of America
(Purdie Distribution)
$768 2 $384 +1,029.4% +556.4% $94,185 1.861 6
41 The Blackcoat's Daughter
(A24)
$100 5 $20 -67.7% -92.2% $20,080 1.619 2

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