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Daily Box Office Report
Monday, August 7, 2017




By Daniel Garris

Warner’s Dunkirk claimed first place on Monday with $2.718 M. Dunkirk has now led the daily box office for 16 of the past 18 days. Dunkirk was down 44.9 percent from Sunday and down a slim 18.2 percent from last Monday. In addition to being aided by strong critical reviews and strong word of mouth, Dunkirk has also received an added boost this week from expanding into an additional 266 locations. The 18-day total for Dunkirk stands at $135.809 M. That places Dunkirk 10.7 percent ahead of the $122.660 M grossed by 2014’s Interstellar after 18 days of wide release and 31.3 percent behind the $197.603 M 18-day gross of 2010’s Inception.

Sony’s The Emoji Movie placed in second with $2.232 M. The Emoji Movie declined just 32.8 percent from Sunday and only 21.2 percent from last Monday. Films with appeal towards family audiences held up especially well on Monday thanks in part to the Civic Holiday in Canada. The Emoji Movie passed the $50 M mark yesterday and has grossed a solid $51.339 M through eleven days. The film is running 8.4 percent ahead of the $47.357 M eleven-day take of 2015’s Pixels and 28.9 percent behind the $72.214 M eleven-day haul of last year’s The Angry Birds Movie.

Fellow Sony release The Dark Tower took third place with $2.063 M. The Dark Tower decreased 56.0 percent from Sunday’s performance. The Dark Tower has grossed $21.216 M in four days, which is on the low end of scaled back expectations. The Dark Tower is running 6.1 percent ahead of the $20.000 M four-day launch of Ghost in the Shell earlier this year and an underwhelming 43.2 percent behind the $37.321 M four-day start of last year’s The Magnificent Seven.

Sony also claimed fourth place on Monday, as Spider-Man: Homecoming grossed $1.551 M for the Day. Spider-Man: Homecoming was down 40.8 percent from Sunday and down a very slim 14.9 percent from last Monday. Spider-Man: Homecoming has grossed a healthy $296.505 M through 32 days of release. That leaves the film just $3.495 M away from reaching the $300 M domestic milestone.

Universal’s Girls Trip rounded out Monday’s top five with $1.328 M. Girls Trip slowed 57.0 percent from Sunday and a solid 37.4 percent from last Monday. Girls Trip has grossed an impressive $86.754 M in 18 days, which already gives the film a current total gross to opening weekend ratio of 2.78 to 1. The film is running 19.2 percent ahead of the $72.799 M 18-day take of last year’s Bad Moms.

Elsewhere in the top ten on Monday, Aviron Pictures’ Kidnap took eighth place with $1.094 M, while Annapurna Pictures’ Detroit finished in tenth with $786 K. Kidnap was down 58.6 percent from Sunday, while Detroit decreased a similar 57.2 percent. Total grosses stand at a stronger than expected $11.110 M in four days for Kidnap and at a less than expected $8.427 M for Detroit after four days of wide release (and an additional week in platform release). Kidnap represents the first film from new distributor Aviron Pictures, while Detroit is the first release from Annapurna Pictures as a distributor.





Daily domestic box office results for Monday, August 7, 2017.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Mon.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Dunkirk
(Warner Bros.)
$2,718,391 4,014 $677 -44.9% -18.2% $135,809,375 2.689 3
2 The Emoji Movie
(Sony / Columbia)
$2,231,659 4,075 $548 -32.8% -21.2% $51,338,772 2.093 2
3 The Dark Tower
(Sony / Columbia)
$2,062,759 3,451 $598 -56.0% N/A $21,216,457 1.108 1
4 Spider-Man: Homecoming
(Sony / Columbia)
$1,551,301 3,116 $498 -40.8% -14.9% $296,505,055 2.534 5
5 Girls Trip
(Universal)
$1,327,760 2,582 $514 -57.0% -37.4% $86,754,275 2.780 3
6 Atomic Blonde
(Focus)
$1,145,430 3,326 $344 -51.3% -36.7% $35,183,360 1.924 2
7 Despicable Me 3
(Universal)
$1,108,790 2,445 $453 -28.0% +4.7% $242,029,435 3.341 6
8 Kidnap
(Aviron Pictures)
$1,094,118 2,378 $460 -58.6% N/A $11,110,441 1.109 1
9 War for the Planet of the Apes
(Fox)
$924,364 2,704 $342 -51.5% -29.0% $131,373,753 2.335 4
10 Detroit
(Annapurna Pictures)
$785,956 3,007 $261 -57.2% +1,911.8% $8,427,039 1.183 2
11 Baby Driver
(Sony / TriStar)
$450,518 1,424 $316 -40.7% -23.8% $97,525,404 4.745 6
12 Wonder Woman
(Warner Bros.)
$395,862 1,307 $303 -38.3% -8.0% $399,828,275 3.872 10
13 Valerian and the City of a
Thousand Planets
(STXfilms / EuropaCorp)
$365,102 1,795 $203 -50.1% -56.4% $36,502,362 2.146 3
14 The Big Sick
(Lionsgate / Amazon)
$291,059 1,005 $290 -49.1% -12.6% $34,218,508 4.524 7
15 Cars 3
(Disney)
$114,569 477 $240 -27.7% -24.5% $147,735,264 2.752 8
16 An Inconvenient Sequel:
Truth to Power
(Paramount)
$108,963 180 $605 -58.3% +1,700.7% $1,222,527 1.272 2
17 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
(Disney)
$61,751 252 $245 -58.5% +49.8% $388,460,954 2.651 14
18 Transformers: The Last Knight
(Paramount)
$44,932 322 $140 -51.6% -39.7% $129,438,459 2.897 7
19 Captain Underpants:
The First Epic Movie
(Fox / DWorks Anim.)
$36,733 229 $160 -37.0% -12.5% $72,902,898 3.057 10
20 Pirates of the Caribbean:
Dead Men Tell No Tales
(Disney)
$32,455 167 $194 -40.0% -9.0% $171,370,966 2.721 11
21 47 Meters Down
(Entertainment Studios
Motion Pictures)
$30,040 411 $73 -68.0% +5.0% $43,139,659 3.850 8
22 A Ghost Story
(A24)
$25,008 208 $120 -42.7% -54.3% $1,340,597 3.640 5
23 Mubarakan
(Sony)
$23,614 128 $184 -52.0% -36.4% $655,715 2.114 2
24 Wind River
(Weinstein Company)
$18,717 4 $4,679 -58.7% N/A $180,275 1.116 1
25 The House
(Warner / New Line)
$17,824 124 $144 -42.6% -40.9% $25,147,585 2.882 6
26 The Mummy
(Universal)
$17,340 146 $119 -61.1% -23.4% $79,965,535 2.523 9
27 Step
(Fox Searchlight)
$13,181 29 $455 -64.2% N/A $159,669 1.090 1
28 Menashe
(A24)
$12,078 10 $1,208 -55.7% +76.9% $187,857 2.431 2
29 The Boss Baby
(Fox / DWorks Anim.)
$11,921 120 $99 -36.2% -17.0% $174,819,105 3.483 19
30 The Beguiled
(Focus)
$8,250 89 $93 -50.5% -41.6% $10,550,754 3.335 7
31 Alien: Covenant
(Fox)
$2,986 74 $40 -70.2% -30.8% $74,207,616 2.052 12
32 We Love You, Sally Carmichael!
(Purdie Distribution)
$2,946 7 $421 +420.5% N/A $33,897 1.095 1
33 Love, Kennedy
(Purdie Distribution)
$2,832 14 $202 +396.0% -8.2% $351,773 7.768 10
34 It Comes At Night
(A24)
$1,593 15 $106 -31.4% -33.1% $13,858,327 2.314 9
35 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
(Fox)
$958 18 $53 -6.4% -57.8% $20,729,294 2.909 12
36 The Exception
(A24)
$695 5 $139 -43.7% -75.4% $695,515 5.035 10

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