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Daily Box Office Report
Monday, October 9, 2017




By Daniel Garris

Warner’s Blade Runner 2049 grossed $4.471 M on Monday to lead the daily box office for a fourth consecutive day. Blade Runner 2049 fell just 49.5 percent from Sunday, as the marketplace in general received a boost on Monday from the Columbus Day holiday in the United States and the Thanksgiving holiday in Canada. The four-day start for Blade Runner 2049 stands at a significantly softer than expected $37.224 M. Blade Runner 2049 is running 5.7 percent behind the $39.484 M four-day gross of Alien: Covenant earlier this year and 36.6 percent behind the $58.710 M four-day launch of 2015’s The Martian.

Fellow Warner Bros. release The LEGO Ninjago Movie placed in second with $1.905 M. Family films typically perform very well on Columbus Day and that was certainly the case for The LEGO Ninjago Movie yesterday as the film decreased a very slim 20.1 percent from Sunday and increased a massive 365.6 percent over last Monday. In the bigger picture, The LEGO Ninjago Movie is still under-performing with an 18-day take of $45.981 M.

Places third through seventh were especially close on Monday, as only $117 K separated third place and seventh place for the day.

Fox’s Kingsman: The Golden Circle claimed third place with $1.442 M. Kingsman: The Golden Circle was down 47.7 percent from Sunday and up a healthy 21.8 percent over last Monday. Kingsman: The Golden Circle has grossed $81.982 M in 18 days, which places the film 5.5 percent behind the $86.765 M 18-day total of 2015’s Kingsman: The Secret Service.

Warner’s IT took fourth place with $1.430 M. That represented a 51.8 percent decrease from Sunday and a strong 30.9 percent increase over last Monday. IT continues to venture into uncharted waters for a horror film, as it has grossed $306.681 M through 32 days. IT is likely to continue to display very solid holding power throughout the rest of the ongoing pre-Halloween season.

Fox’s The Mountain Between Us rounded out Monday’s top five with $1.416 M. The Mountain Between Us declined 50.7 percent from Sunday’s performance. The Mountain Between Us is running in line with expectations with a four-day haul of $11.967 M. The film is running 8.3 percent ahead of the $11.050 M four-day gross of last year’s The Finest Hours.

Lionsgate’s My Little Pony: The Movie followed in sixth place with $1.405 M. My Little Pony: The Movie slowed 43.0 percent from Sunday. My Little Pony: The Movie has grossed $10.291 M in four days, which is a bit below expectations and places the film 27.3 percent behind the $14.148 M four-day start of Smurfs: The Lost Village earlier this year.

Universal’s American Made finished in seventh with $1.325 M. American Made was down 49.8 percent from Sunday and up a slim 3.8 percent over last Monday. American Made has grossed a solid $32.144 M in eleven days. The film is running 21.3 percent behind the $40.832 M eleven-day take of last year’s Jack Reacher: Never Go Back.

Meanwhile, Focus’ Victoria & Abdul continued to impress in moderate release with $709 K to place in eighth. Victoria & Abdul registered a strong daily per-location average of $969 from 732 locations. Victoria & Abdul has grossed a promising $6.697 M in 18 days and should continue to display strong holding power going forward.





Daily domestic box office results for Monday, October 9, 2017.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Mon.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Blade Runner 2049
(Warner Bros.)
$4,471,019 4,058 $1,102 -49.5% N/A $37,224,141 1.137 1
2 The LEGO Ninjago Movie
(Warner Bros.)
$1,904,661 3,611 $527 -20.1% +365.6% $45,980,798 2.250 3
3 Kingsman: The Golden Circle
(Fox)
$1,442,366 3,488 $414 -47.7% +21.8% $81,982,203 2.101 3
4 IT
(Warner / New Line)
$1,430,288 3,605 $397 -51.8% +30.9% $306,680,768 2.485 5
5 The Mountain Between Us
(Fox)
$1,416,081 3,088 $459 -50.7% N/A $11,967,417 1.134 1
6 My Little Pony: The Movie
(Lionsgate)
$1,405,041 2,528 $556 -43.0% N/A $10,290,940 1.158 1
7 American Made
(Universal)
$1,324,950 3,031 $437 -49.8% +3.8% $32,143,625 1.916 2
8 Victoria & Abdul
(Focus)
$709,450 732 $969 -45.8% +521.4% $6,696,714 1.605 3
9 Flatliners
(Sony / Columbia)
$616,792 2,552 $242 -49.8% +39.9% $13,121,415 1.996 2
10 Battle of the Sexes
(Fox Searchlight)
$430,370 1,822 $236 -46.2% +64.0% $8,270,011 2.420 3
11 American Assassin
(Lionsgate / CBS Films)
$227,330 1,656 $137 -48.7% -16.4% $34,676,912 2.336 4
12 The Stray
(Purdie Distribution)
$112,497 640 $176 -32.2% N/A $709,044 1.189 1
13 Home Again
(Open Road)
$95,502 1,003 $95 -43.5% -27.2% $26,448,848 3.087 5
14 A Question of Faith
(Pure Flix)
$80,865 608 $133 -42.2% +24.0% $1,869,838 1.823 2
15 mother!
(Paramount)
$73,682 481 $153 -40.5% -49.9% $17,370,971 2.305 4
16 Despicable Me 3
(Universal)
$69,105 304 $227 -26.6% +300.6% $262,707,080 3.627 15
17 Leap!
(Weinstein Company)
$63,614 401 $159 -13.1% +178.1% $21,280,862 4.499 7
18 Judwaa 2
(Fox International Productions)
$52,510 192 $273 -52.1% +2.4% $1,236,749 1.938 2
19 Dunkirk
(Warner Bros.)
$43,582 313 $139 -33.1% +28.1% $187,305,309 3.708 12
20 Wind River
(Weinstein Company)
$37,646 356 $106 -39.5% -34.8% $33,270,703 7.231 10
21 The Hitman's Bodyguard
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$31,805 314 $101 -38.1% -41.2% $75,051,844 3.510 8
22 Cars 3
(Disney)
$22,321 131 $170 -38.5% +535.7% $152,625,324 2.843 17
23 Brad's Status
(Annapurna / Amazon)
$21,366 247 $87 -42.3% -38.8% $2,050,960 2.152 4
24 The Florida Project
(A24)
$21,357 4 $5,339 -55.9% N/A $178,190 1.136 1
25 Wonder Woman
(Warner Bros.)
$11,906 155 $77 -53.5% +11.7% $412,412,531 3.994 19
26 War for the Planet of the Apes
(Fox)
$10,982 121 $91 -58.4% +14.4% $146,591,041 2.605 13
27 Annabelle: Creation
(Warner / New Line)
$10,033 188 $53 -75.3% -39.2% $101,798,826 2.908 9
28 The Glass Castle
(Lionsgate)
$8,029 113 $71 -39.3% +22.7% $17,246,768 3.686 9
29 Friend Request
(Entertainment Studios
Motion Pictures)
$7,701 154 $50 -61.6% -85.7% $3,708,027 1.851 3
30 Girls Trip
(Universal)
$6,055 90 $67 -52.9% -39.6% $115,094,360 3.689 12
31 Kidnap
(Aviron Pictures)
$6,044 77 $78 -67.0% +493.1% $30,603,363 3.055 10
32 The Big Sick
(Lionsgate / Amazon)
$4,004 34 $118 -44.4% +6.1% $42,828,657 5.663 16
33 Good Time
(A24)
$3,557 6 $593 -22.0% +230.0% $2,002,604 3.444 9
34 Menashe
(A24)
$2,907 11 $264 -31.0% +18.7% $1,691,487 7.831 11
35 Tulip Fever
(Weinstein Company)
$2,177 12 $181 -68.2% -0.5% $2,401,551 2.074 6
36 47 Meters Down
(Entertainment Studios
Motion Pictures)
$339 7 $48 -66.8% -49.2% $44,305,981 3.954 17
37 Detroit
(Annapurna Pictures)
$294 11 $27 -48.2% -44.5% $16,788,788 2.356 11
38 Woodshock
(A24)
$261 9 $29 -65.1% -89.6% $41,385 3.067 3

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