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Daily Box Office Report
Monday, July 10, 2017




By Daniel Garris

Sony’s Spider-Man: Homecoming registered $12.201 M on Monday to easily lead the daily box office for a fourth consecutive day. Spider-Man: Homecoming declined 58.2 percent from Sunday’s performance. The four-day start for Spider-Man: Homecoming stands at a spectacular $129.229 M, which is towards the higher end of the film’s lofty expectations. Spider-Man: Homecoming is running 33.5 percent ahead of the $96.777 M four-day take of 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and 19.9 percent behind the $161.402 M four-day gross of 2007’s Spider-Man 3. With the aid of strong critical reviews and strong early word of mouth, Spider-Man: Homecoming will hope to display stronger holding power than the more recent installments of the Spider-Man franchise.

Universal’s Despicable Me 3 placed in second with $4.371 M. Despicable Me 3 decreased just 52.8 percent from Sunday and 68.5 percent from last Monday. It should be noted that holdovers in general were down sharply from last Monday’s inflated July 3rd grosses. Despicable Me 3 passed the $150 M domestic mark yesterday and has grossed $153.142 M in eleven days. That is below the film’s lofty expectations and places Despicable Me 3 30.9 percent behind the $221.544 M eleven-day take of 2015’s Minions.

Sony’s Baby Driver claimed third place with $1.672 M. Baby Driver was down 57.0 percent from Sunday and down 66.6 percent from last Monday’s pre-Independence Day performance. Baby Driver continues to outpace expectations with $58.808 M in thirteen days. The film is continuing to run slightly behind the pace of 2013’s This Is the End, which grossed $60.070 M in thirteen days.

Warner’s Wonder Woman took fourth place with $1.184 M. Wonder Woman decreased 57.5 percent from Sunday and 72.5 percent from last Monday. Wonder Woman has grossed a massive $369.658 M in 39 days. The film is currently in 34th place on the all-time unadjusted domestic list and is set to surpass the $370.783 M lifetime gross of 2004’s The Passion of the Christ today to move into 33rd place.

Paramount’s Transformers: The Last Knight and Disney’s Cars 3 placed in fifth and sixth for the day with respective daily grosses of $753 K and $722 K. Transformers: The Last Knight was down 60.2 percent from Sunday and down a sharp 79.6 percent from last Monday, while Cars 3 declined only 50.8 percent from Sunday and 69.9 percent from last Monday. Respective total grosses stand at a softer than expected $134.202 M for Cars 3 in 25 days and at an underwhelming $119.746 M for Transformers: The Last Knight in 20 days.

Lionsgate’s The Big Sick continued its promising platform performance with $336 K on Monday from 326 locations. That gave The Big Sick a healthy per-location average of $1,030 for the day. The Big Sick decreased 65.3 percent from Sunday and a slim 17.1 percent from last Monday. The 18-day platform total for The Big Sick stands at $7.183 M. The Big Sick will expand into wide release on Friday.





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

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Mon.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Spider-Man: Homecoming
(Sony / Columbia)
$12,201,383 4,348 $2,806 -58.2% N/A $129,228,886 1.104 1
2 Despicable Me 3
(Universal)
$4,370,545 4,535 $964 -52.8% -68.5% $153,141,630 2.114 2
3 Baby Driver
(Sony / TriStar)
$1,672,440 3,226 $518 -57.0% -66.6% $58,808,233 2.861 2
4 Wonder Woman
(Warner Bros.)
$1,184,238 3,091 $383 -57.5% -72.5% $369,657,534 3.580 6
5 Transformers: The Last Knight
(Paramount)
$752,815 3,241 $232 -60.2% -79.6% $119,746,153 2.680 3
6 Cars 3
(Disney)
$721,910 2,702 $267 -50.8% -69.9% $134,201,570 2.500 4
7 The House
(Warner / New Line)
$640,377 3,134 $204 -52.2% -61.6% $19,234,327 2.205 2
8 47 Meters Down
(Entertainment Studios
Motion Pictures)
$422,636 1,741 $243 -44.0% -59.5% $38,831,454 3.465 4
9 The Big Sick
(Lionsgate / Amazon)
$335,668 326 $1,030 -65.3% -17.1% $7,182,637 2.008 3
10 The Beguiled
(Focus)
$237,150 941 $252 -57.6% -62.0% $7,649,159 2.418 3
11 Pirates of the Caribbean:
Dead Men Tell No Tales
(Disney)
$176,749 1,039 $170 -48.7% -72.8% $168,989,216 2.683 7
12 The Mummy
(Universal)
$170,140 1,045 $163 -50.8% -76.4% $78,166,335 2.467 5
13 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
(Disney)
$123,332 660 $187 -52.5% -72.8% $385,683,358 2.632 10
14 All Eyez on Me
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$78,248 599 $131 -55.9% -79.0% $44,394,677 1.679 4
15 Captain Underpants:
The First Epic Movie
(Fox / DWorks Anim.)
$62,386 407 $153 -33.5% -78.0% $70,598,032 2.960 6
16 Beatriz At Dinner
(Roadside)
$56,099 417 $135 -62.7% -76.9% $6,037,564 3.322 5
17 The Boss Baby
(Fox / DWorks Anim.)
$31,954 195 $164 -39.7% -38.0% $173,945,028 3.465 15
18 Baywatch
(Paramount)
$27,870 193 $144 -48.5% -44.8% $57,631,372 3.115 7
19 The Book of Henry
(Focus)
$17,280 154 $112 -39.1% -74.6% $4,236,816 2.974 4
20 Everything, Everything
(Warner Bros.)
$17,254 141 $122 -44.0% -71.5% $33,869,670 2.888 8
21 Alien: Covenant
(Fox)
$14,006 132 $106 -48.9% -61.6% $73,856,913 2.042 8
22 The Fate of the Furious
(Universal)
$13,910 115 $121 -52.7% -67.7% $225,711,310 2.285 13
23 King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
(Warner Bros.)
$11,214 155 $72 -57.8% -62.6% $39,048,261 2.540 9
24 It Comes At Night
(A24)
$10,828 90 $120 -42.6% -73.5% $13,719,712 2.291 5
25 A Ghost Story
(A24)
$10,768 4 $2,692 -60.5% N/A $114,798 1.104 1
26 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
(Fox)
$8,017 91 $88 -22.0% -48.3% $20,584,582 2.889 8
27 Beauty and the Beast
(Disney)
$7,550 110 $69 -52.4% -59.0% $503,982,434 2.884 17
28 The Exception
(A24)
$6,433 48 $134 -67.2% -67.1% $520,295 4.062 6
29 Snatched
(Fox)
$3,479 64 $54 -58.8% -73.4% $45,799,093 2.344 9
30 Going in Style
(Warner / New Line)
$3,460 53 $65 -54.3% -62.7% $45,006,923 3.772 14
31 Gifted
(Fox Searchlight)
$3,117 43 $72 -60.7% -64.4% $24,665,110 7.981 14
32 My Cousin Rachel
(Fox Searchlight)
$2,914 37 $79 -54.8% -78.0% $2,653,194 2.735 5
33 The B-Side
(NEON)
$1,893 8 $237 -50.0% -31.8% $41,786 3.381 2
34 Love, Kennedy
(Purdie Distribution)
$1,457 6 $243 +328.5% -54.7% $245,822 5.428 6
35 The Wedding Plan
(Roadside)
$1,335 12 $111 -68.4% -40.5% $1,392,422 4.516 9
36 The Bad Batch
(NEON)
$1,133 25 $45 -56.0% -80.0% $170,876 1.918 3
37 The Lovers
(A24)
$558 6 $93 -48.4% -81.6% $2,191,268 3.393 10
38 Le Trou (2017 re-issue)
(Rialto Pictures)
$442 1 $442 -42.9% -81.6% $17,538 2.596 2
39 Il Boom (2017 re-issue)
(Rialto Pictures)
$332 1 $332 -61.5% -71.6% $34,888 4.273 4

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