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Daily Box Office Report
Tuesday, July 4, 2017




By Daniel Garris

Universal’s Despicable Me 3 led the daily box office on Independence Day with $12.728 M. That represented an 8.2 percent decline from Monday’s performance. Despicable Me 3 is on the verge of passing the $100 M mark with a five-day start of $99.020 M. However, the film continues to perform below its lofty pre-release expectations. Despicable Me 3 is running 6.0 percent behind the $105.297 M five-day take of 2013’s Monsters University and 31.9 percent behind the $145.503 M five-day launch of 2015’s Minions.

Sony’s Baby Driver claimed second place with $4.414 M. Baby Driver was down 11.8 percent from Monday, as the Independence Day holiday appears to have slowed the film a bit on Tuesday. In the bigger picture, Baby Driver continues to impress with a stronger than expected seven-day start of $39.004 M. That places Baby Driver 26.5 percent ahead of the $30.829 M seven-day haul of 2014’s Let’s Be Cops and a very slim 2.0 percent behind the $39.802 M seven-day gross of 2013’s This Is the End.

Warner’s Wonder Woman took third place with $4.065 M. Wonder Woman decreased 5.5 percent from Monday and increased an impressive 4.1 percent over last Tuesday. Wonder Woman has grossed a massive $354.602 M in 33 days, which brings the film’s current total gross to opening weekend ratio to 3.43 to 1. On Tuesday, Wonder Woman passed the final domestic grosses of 2011’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon and 2015’s Furious 7 to move into 39th place on the all-time unadjusted box office list.

Paramount’s Transformers: The Last Knight placed in fourth with $3.487 M. Transformers: The Last Knight was down 5.4 percent from Monday and down a solid 38.6 percent from last Tuesday. The 14-day total for Transformers: The Last Knight stands at $109.158 M. That is on the low end of the film’s scaled back expectations and places Transformers: The Last Knight a disappointing 43.3 percent behind the $192.531 M 14-day take of 2014’s Transformers: Age of Extinction.

Disney’s Cars 3 rounded out Tuesday’s top five with $2.077 M. Cars 3 declined 13.3 percent from Monday and a sizable 49.5 percent from last Tuesday, as the film is still feeling the effects of Despicable Me 3 having entered the marketplace. Cars 3 has grossed $125.351 M in 19 days. That is below expectations and places the film 18.2 percent behind the $153.223 M 19-day gross of 2011’s Cars 2.

Warner’s The House finished in sixth with $1.512 M. The House decreased 9.4 percent from Monday. The House is the latest in a growing line of R-rated comedies to under-perform this summer, as it has grossed just $11.905 M through five days. The House is performing especially poorly by Will Ferrell’s lofty box office standards.





Daily domestic box office results for Tuesday, July 4, 2017.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Tue.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Despicable Me 3
(Universal)
$12,728,355 4,529 $2,810 -8.2% N/A $99,020,280 1.367 1
2 Baby Driver
(Sony / TriStar)
$4,414,387 3,226 $1,368 -11.8% N/A $39,003,927 1.898 1
3 Wonder Woman
(Warner Bros.)
$4,064,569 3,404 $1,194 -5.5% +4.1% $354,602,300 3.434 5
4 Transformers: The Last Knight
(Paramount)
$3,486,697 4,132 $844 -5.4% -38.6% $109,158,195 2.443 2
5 Cars 3
(Disney)
$2,076,966 3,576 $581 -13.3% -49.5% $125,350,795 2.335 3
6 The House
(Warner / New Line)
$1,512,056 3,134 $482 -9.4% N/A $11,905,080 1.365 1
7 47 Meters Down
(Entertainment Studios
Motion Pictures)
$875,935 2,250 $389 -16.1% -28.4% $34,346,842 3.065 3
8 The Mummy
(Universal)
$691,240 1,760 $393 -4.3% -32.5% $76,143,865 2.403 4
9 Pirates of the Caribbean:
Dead Men Tell No Tales
(Disney)
$669,598 1,674 $400 +3.2% -28.4% $166,899,822 2.650 6
10 The Beguiled
(Focus)
$600,539 674 $891 -3.8% +2,443.9% $4,707,995 1.488 2
11 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
(Disney)
$425,878 966 $441 -5.9% -16.5% $384,262,086 2.623 9
12 The Big Sick
(Lionsgate / Amazon)
$360,373 71 $5,076 -11.0% +382.3% $2,973,888 1.800 2
13 All Eyez on Me
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$308,562 1,258 $245 -17.3% -58.8% $43,358,982 1.640 3
14 Beatriz At Dinner
(Roadside)
$263,964 683 $386 +8.9% +24.3% $5,217,900 2.965 4
15 Captain Underpants:
The First Epic Movie
(Fox / DWorks Anim.)
$254,858 1,452 $176 -9.9% -69.2% $69,798,274 2.926 5
16 Rough Night
(Sony / Columbia)
$230,191 1,657 $139 -27.2% -72.3% $20,887,146 2.609 3
17 The Book of Henry
(Focus)
$89,805 363 $247 +32.0% -48.6% $4,027,872 2.827 3
18 The Boss Baby
(Fox / DWorks Anim.)
$43,410 215 $202 -15.7% -35.4% $173,626,315 3.459 14
19 Baywatch
(Paramount)
$38,620 196 $197 -23.5% -68.8% $57,360,207 3.100 6
20 The Fate of the Furious
(Universal)
$32,925 144 $229 -23.6% +30.2% $225,526,700 2.283 12
21 King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
(Warner Bros.)
$27,507 172 $160 -8.3% +73.6% $38,909,033 2.531 8
22 Alien: Covenant
(Fox)
$27,090 213 $127 -25.6% -40.1% $73,716,958 2.039 7
23 It Comes At Night
(A24)
$26,498 174 $152 -35.1% -75.1% $13,603,575 2.272 4
24 The Exception
(A24)
$25,872 48 $539 +32.4% +85.9% $426,406 3.329 5
25 Beauty and the Beast
(Disney)
$17,580 156 $113 -4.6% -34.8% $503,896,038 2.884 16
26 My Cousin Rachel
(Fox Searchlight)
$14,316 61 $235 +8.0% -50.1% $2,612,612 2.694 4
27 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
(Fox)
$13,523 135 $100 -12.7% -50.2% $20,507,718 2.878 7
28 Snatched
(Fox)
$12,423 143 $87 -5.1% -23.0% $45,744,932 2.341 8
29 Going in Style
(Warner / New Line)
$11,732 77 $152 +26.5% +4.2% $44,965,388 3.768 13
30 Gifted
(Fox Searchlight)
$9,973 56 $178 +13.8% -5.1% $24,619,490 7.966 13
31 Everything, Everything
(Warner Bros.)
$8,542 88 $97 -15.1% -69.5% $33,736,857 2.877 7
32 Love, Kennedy
(Purdie Distribution)
$4,880 7 $697 +51.8% -32.5% $233,048 5.146 5
33 The Wedding Plan
(Roadside)
$3,923 18 $218 +75.0% -3.6% $1,378,359 4.470 8
34 The Bad Batch
(NEON)
$3,626 46 $79 -36.0% -57.9% $153,711 1.725 2
35 The B-Side
(NEON)
$3,283 3 $1,094 +18.3% N/A $18,093 1.503 1
36 Born in China
(Disneynature)
$3,159 43 $73 -1.9% -47.9% $13,867,933 2.895 11
37 Le Trou (2017 re-issue)
(Rialto Pictures)
$2,278 1 $2,278 -5.0% N/A $13,626 2.017 1
38 The Lovers
(A24)
$1,310 10 $131 -56.9% +45.6% $2,183,541 3.381 9
39 Il Boom (2017 re-issue)
(Rialto Pictures)
$1,156 1 $1,156 -1.2% -34.2% $31,332 3.838 3
40 Risk
(NEON)
$36 2 $18 +80.0% -78.6% $200,131 2.622 9

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