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Daily Box Office Report
Monday, March 27, 2017




By Daniel Garris

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast grossed $7.061 M on Monday to lead the daily box office with ease for an eleventh consecutive day. Beauty and the Beast was down 75.3 percent from Sunday and down a solid 47.8 percent from last Monday. Beauty and the Beast has grossed a massive $326.094 M in eleven days. That currently places the film in 49th place on the all-time unadjusted domestic chart. Beauty and the Beast is running 66.1 percent ahead of the $196.359 M eleven-day take of last year’s The Jungle Book and 28.9 percent ahead of the $253.01 M eleven-day gross of 2012’s The Hunger Games. With those comparisons in mind, Beauty and the Beast is in excellent shape to eventually become only the eighth film ever to surpass the $500 million unadjusted domestic mark.

Lionsgate’s Saban’s Power Rangers placed in second with $2.778 M. Power Rangers declined 74.2 percent from Sunday’s performance. The film continues to run a bit ahead of expectations with a four-day start of $43.079 M. That places Power Rangers 12.9 percent ahead of the $38.158 M four-day start of last year’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (which fell 71.0 percent on its first Monday to gross $2.841 M). Power Rangers will hope to hold up well going forward with the aid of strong word of mouth (the film received an A rating on CinemaScore).

Warner’s Kong: Skull Island claimed third place with $1.268 M. Kong: Skull Island was down 71.9 percent from Sunday and down 43.5 percent from last Monday, as the film is currently showing signs of stabilizing. Kong: Skull Island continues to outpace expectations with $135.016 M through 18 days of release. The film is running 14.9 percent behind the $158.710 M 18-day gross of 2005’s King Kong.

Sony’s Life followed in fourth with $1.033 M. Life decreased 68.2 percent from Sunday and has grossed a softer than expected $13.535 M in its first four days. The film is running 14.9 percent behind the $15.919 M four-day start of 2011’s Source Code (which fell 70.4 percent on its first Monday to gross $1.097 M). Life is unlikely to hold up as well as Source Code did due to poorer audience reception.

Fox’s Logan rounded out the day’s top five with $976 K. After initial front-loading, Logan continues to display signs of stabilizing, as the film decreased 69.2 percent from Sunday and 39.3 percent from last Monday. Logan is currently the second highest grossing release of 2017 so far domestically with a 25-day take of $202.621 M.

Universal’s Get Out claimed sixth place with $840 K. Get Out continues to display terrific holding power, as the film was down 66.2 percent from Sunday and down just 35.3 percent from last Monday. Get Out has grossed $148.510 M in 32 days, which leaves the film just $1.490 M away from reaching the $150 M domestic mark.

Meanwhile, Warner’s CHIPS finished in seventh for the day with $612 K. CHIPS declined 70.9 percent from Sunday and is performing below its already modest expectations with a four-day start of just $8.335 M.


Daily domestic box office results for Monday, March 27, 2017.

Film (Distributor) Daily
Gross
Theatre
Count
Per-Thea.
Average
%Change
Yesterday
%Change
Last Mon.
Total
Gross
TG to OW
Ratio
Week
1 Beauty and the Beast
(Disney)
$7,061,470 4,210 $1,677 -75.3% -47.8% $326,094,074 1.866 2
2 Saban's Power Rangers
(Lionsgate)
$2,778,423 3,693 $752 -74.2% N/A $43,078,711 1.069 1
3 Kong: Skull Island
(Warner Bros.)
$1,268,499 3,666 $346 -71.9% -43.5% $135,016,390 2.212 3
4 Life
(Sony / Columbia)
$1,033,454 3,146 $328 -68.2% N/A $13,535,390 1.083 1
5 Logan
(Fox)
$975,725 3,163 $308 -69.2% -39.3% $202,620,711 2.292 4
6 Get Out
(Universal)
$840,275 2,474 $340 -66.2% -35.3% $148,510,155 4.449 5
7 CHIPS
(Warner Bros.)
$612,341 2,464 $249 -70.9% N/A $8,335,143 1.079 1
8 The Shack
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$394,989 2,330 $170 -67.4% -32.2% $49,541,584 3.063 4
9 The LEGO Batman Movie
(Warner Bros.)
$225,530 1,638 $138 -69.2% -32.6% $171,197,733 3.230 7
10 The Belko Experiment
(BH Tilt)
$204,740 1,341 $153 -62.1% -46.4% $7,853,675 1.898 2
11 Hidden Figures
(Fox)
$86,045 640 $134 -59.3% -42.3% $167,101,057 7.329 14
12 John Wick: Chapter 2
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$52,404 403 $130 -59.1% -63.4% $90,903,825 2.987 7
13 Lion
(Weinstein Company)
$40,744 320 $127 -64.0% -39.9% $50,777,065 13.504 18
14 T2: Trainspotting
(Sony / TriStar)
$36,697 59 $622 -66.8% +133.4% $659,424 1.693 2
15 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
(Disney)
$36,605 267 $137 -63.4% +29.6% $531,351,096 3.426 15
16 Wilson
(Fox Searchlight)
$34,784 310 $112 -62.2% N/A $371,011 1.103 1
17 A Dog's Purpose
(Universal)
$32,050 299 $107 -60.3% -28.1% $63,429,590 3.481 9
18 The Sense of an Ending
(CBS Films)
$26,855 235 $114 -66.1% -46.1% $1,057,895 2.202 3
19 Before I Fall
(Open Road)
$23,829 351 $68 -54.0% -76.7% $11,930,137 2.544 4
20 Sing
(Universal)
$23,775 228 $104 -61.2% -8.0% $269,711,660 7.650 14
21 La La Land
(Lionsgate / Summit)
$22,311 212 $105 -61.8% -61.9% $150,251,341 15.728 16
22 Phillauri
(Fox International Productions)
$19,606 74 $265 -74.5% N/A $280,588 1.075 1
23 A United Kingdom
(Fox Searchlight)
$19,237 159 $121 -65.2% -42.2% $3,540,662 5.601 7
24 Moana
(Disney)
$19,183 212 $90 -66.3% -24.0% $248,387,308 4.386 18
25 Split
(Universal)
$17,725 262 $68 -58.7% -62.6% $137,272,990 3.431 10
26 Fifty Shades Darker
(Universal)
$13,580 189 $72 -56.2% -73.3% $114,390,465 2.454 7
27 Badrinath Ki Dulhania
(Fox International Productions)
$11,152 93 $120 -73.9% -57.0% $1,899,518 2.204 3
28 Moonlight
(A24)
$11,098 62 $179 -41.9% -56.5% $27,696,169 18.604 23
29 Raw
(Focus World)
$10,386 27 $385 -55.3% +64.9% $200,125 2.598 3
30 The Great Wall
(Universal)
$10,120 158 $64 -62.5% -71.9% $45,019,535 2.437 6
31 Fist Fight
(Warner / New Line)
$9,120 153 $60 -59.1% -82.6% $31,866,530 2.612 6
32 Rock Dog
(Lionsgate / Summit Premiere)
$8,933 122 $73 -48.0% -52.1% $9,244,245 2.495 5
33 Fences
(Paramount)
$8,866 111 $80 -60.5% +38.3% $57,651,827 5.741 15
34 Fantastic Beasts and
Where to Find Them
(Warner Bros.)
$4,126 88 $47 -51.9% -56.2% $234,022,783 3.145 19
35 The Founder
(Weinstein Company)
$3,332 57 $58 -55.3% -34.9% $12,713,776 3.735 10
36 Table 19
(Fox Searchlight)
$2,089 33 $63 -56.3% -85.9% $3,593,136 2.249 4
37 20th Century Women
(A24)
$1,484 14 $106 -65.0% -62.5% $5,615,173 4.053 13
38 Tim Timmerman,
Hope of America
(Purdie Distribution)
$108 2 $54 +96.4% -69.7% $87,328 1.726 4

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