Weekend Box Office October 30 – Nov. 1

Surprisingly Ridley Scott’s The Martian is still holding strong at the box office remaining in the number one spot again this week and bringing in close to $12,000,000, bringing its domestic total to $183,000,000.  With the new Bond and Peanuts movies opening this coming weekend it may dip down a spot. None of the movies that opened this weekend even made it into the top ten, Burnt opened at number six with $5,000,000 and Our Brand is Crisis only ranked 8 with just over $3,000,000. Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse didn’t even make it into the top ten landing at number 12 and bringing in just $1,800,000.  Does this mean that the zombie movie craze has finally passed.  Hope so, it’s time for another sub-genre to rise so they can flog that to death too.

TW LW Title (click to view) Studio Weekend Gross % Change Theater Count /Change Average Total Gross Budget* Week #
1 1 The Martian Fox $11,715,097 -25.5% 3,218 -286 $3,640 $183,121,850 $108 5
2 2 Goosebumps Sony $9,867,077 -36.4% 3,618 +117 $2,727 $56,761,492 $58 3
3 3 Bridge of Spies BV $8,389,284 -26.2% 2,873 +62 $2,920 $45,531,900 $40 3
4 5 Hotel Transylvania 2 Sony $5,860,784 -34.0% 2,962 -192 $1,979 $156,035,264 6
5 4 The Last Witch Hunter LG/S $5,162,398 -52.3% 3,082 $1,675 $19,025,259 2
6 N Burnt Wein. $5,002,521 3,003 $1,666 $5,002,521 1
7 6 Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension Par. $3,435,120 -57.4% 1,530 -126 $2,245 $13,554,743 2
8 N Our Brand Is Crisis (2015) WB $3,238,433 2,202 $1,471 $3,238,433 1
9 8 Crimson Peak Uni. $3,072,100 -45.8% 2,112 -879 $1,455 $27,708,080 $55 3

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