USA Box Office
|1.||Guardians of the Galaxy||4||17.2M||251.4M|
|2.||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles||3||16.7M||145.5M|
|3.||If I Stay||NEW||15.6M||15.6M|
|4.||Let's Be Cops||2||10.8M||45M|
|5.||When the Game Stands Tall||NEW||8.3M||8.3M|
|6.||The Expendables 3||2||6.4M||27.4M|
|8.||Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For||NEW||6.3M||6.3M|
|9.||The Hundred-Foot Journey||3||5.3M||32.5M|
|10.||Into The Storm||3||3.8M||38.3M|
|13.||Magic in the Moonlight||5||1.2M||6.7M|
|14.||Dawn of the Planet of the Apes||7||1M||203.9M|
|15.||Get On Up||8||0.9M||28.6M|
The US Box Office Results Wrap Up
with Sean Lynch
Marvel can not be stopped, even when it's not even trying anymore. Guardians of the Galaxy was yet again the most popular movie at the USA Box Office, regaining the #1 spot over Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - making it the highest grossing movie of the summer.
It's $251M domestic haul has surpassed that of the $243.8M of the terrible Transformers: Age of Extinction.
Other than the blockbusters, it was a pretty sad week for the rest of the charts with poorly reviewed comedy Let's Be Cops 39% in its second week, while The Expendables 3 continued its terrible run falling a whopping 59% in takings from the previous week on its way of a total cume of just $27.4M. To put that into perspective, it's made less money in over ten days than the first first two films made on the opening weekend alone.
Even comebacks have an expiry date it seems!
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