Sunday, June 1, 2014

Weekend Roundup: Box Office Results for 5/30-6/1


Welcome to another edition of WEEKEND ROUNDUP, where we discuss this weekends box office results.  The TOP 3 this weekend were X-Men: Days of Future Past, A Million Ways To Die In the West, and Maleficent.

Let's take a look at how the Top 3 did this weekend...


Disney's new live-action reimagining of the classic tale of Sleeping Beauty started off strong this weekend.  Bringing in an impressive $69.4 million domestically, Maleficent is just the first of a number of live-action Disney films on the way, including Kenneth Branagh's Cinderella and Jon Favreau's The Jungle Book, both slated for next year.

Maleficent also managed to do well overseas, making $100.6 million, for a worldwide total of $170 million on a $180 million production budget.


X-Men: Days of Future Past saw a huge drop this week, plummeting 70% down to $35.6 million this weekend.  That put its domestic total at $162 million and its worldwide total at an impressive $500.2 million.  Even with the significant drop in the second week, X-Men: Days of Future Past has managed to make more worldwide than any other X-Men film ever made.  


Seth MacFarlane's new western-comedy, A Million Ways To Die In The West, didn't do nearly as well as I'm sure he was hoping for, bringing in only $16.8 million domestically and $27.1 million worldwide.  Compared to his last film, 2012's Ted (which made $54.4 million on its opening weekend), A Million Ways... was a bit of a failure.  It didn't help being up against some stiff competition.  Hopefully this very entertaining comedy will be able to at least break even in the coming weeks.  

Here's a quick rundown of this weekends results:

#1 - Maleficent - $69,431,298

#2 - X-Men: Days of Future Past - $32,551,098

#3 - A Million Ways To Die In the West - $16,797,385

Join us next week for another edition to WEEKEND ROUNDUP.  Which movies will be on top?  Which movies will underperform?  Check out our next edition of WEEKEND ROUNDUP for the scoop!

Opening this Friday (6/6):

~Edge of Tomorrow 
~The Fault in Our Stars

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