Weekend Box Office Report Jan. 29th – 31st

The first month of the new year has come to a close and thanks to a major new animated release and top box office hold overs the month finished with a solid performance.  Kung Fu Panda 3 opened this weekend and easily took the top box office spot with a $41,000,000 take.  It did better than expectations and became the top grossing animated film to open in January. The Revenant held strong with a small drop and moved into the number two spot on the list bringing in another $12,400,000.  While Star Wars is still drawing a crowd after nearly two months in theaters, bringing in $10,8000,000.  Which means that it will break the $900,000,000 mark by weeks end.  Moving itself up to the number two spot on the all time international scale as it is already well over a billion in box office receipts around the world.  The other two movies that opened this weekend didn’t fair so well.  The Finest Hour opened at number 4 with a $10,300,000 take and the new Wayans Brother’s movie, Fifty Shades of Black opened all the way down at number 9 with only a little over $6,000,000.

TW LW Title  Studio Weekend Gross % Change Average Total Gross Budget* Week #
1 N Kung Fu Panda 3 Fox $41,000,000 $10,367 $41,000,000 1
2 1 The Revenant Fox $12,400,000 -22.5% $3,724 $138,171,368 $135 6
3 2 Star Wars: The Force Awakens BV $10,782,000 -23.4% $4,218 $895,426,162 $200 7
4 N The Finest Hours BV $10,327,000 $3,286 $10,327,000 1
5 3 Ride Along 2 Uni. $8,345,520 -33.0% $3,460 $70,775,210 $40 3
6 5 The Boy (2016) STX $7,894,000 -26.8% $2,955 $21,527,916 $10 2
7 4 Dirty Grandpa LGF $7,575,000 -31.8% $2,601 $22,821,010 2
8 6 The 5th Wave Sony $7,000,000 -32.2% $2,407 $20,188,149 $38 2
9 N Fifty Shades of Black ORF $6,186,648 $2,982 $6,186,648 1
10 7 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi Par. $6,000,000 -33.6% $2,141 $42,573,845 $50 3

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