Hope everyone had a safe and fun Thanksgiving weekend. Two of the three new releases did great, that third one landed in the 12th spot. The Hunger Games still has the top spot with The Good Dinosaur and Creed all rounded out the top three.
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Three new movies crack the top five for the weekend as the final entry into The Hunger Games took the number one spot with Seth Rogan’s latest, The Night Before opening in the number four spot and the new thriller staring Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts, Secret in Their Eyes rounded out the top five.
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Another weekend is in the books and again The Martian took the top spot while the newbies this weekend all didn’t fare well.
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse failed to even come near the top 10 (finished in 12th place) while Burnt and Our Brand in Crisis both landed in 5th and 8th respectively.
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The Martian jumped back to the top spot while Goosebumps slid from first to second. Steve Jobs meanwhile went nation-wide on it’s release but didn’t fare well at the box office. Vin Diesel brings his D&D character to life for a fourth place start in The Last Witch Hunter. Pan and Crimson Peak keep sliding down the charts and Bill Murray can’t even crack the top 10 with Rock The Kasbah.
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Another weekend is in the books and Goosebumps was the top winner! Yeah, you saw what I did there…”in the books” and Goosbumps….I’m here all week, now back to the regularly schedule program.
Goosebumps took the top spot and pushed The Martian to number two this week. Two newcomers Bridge of Spies and Crimson Peak took the third and fourth spots respectively. Meanwhile on the other end of the spectrum, Black Mass, The Walk, and Pan keep falling faster down the list then someone using a slip-and-slide on a steep hill overlooking a cliff.
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Another weekend is in the books. Not part of the top 10 but the new Steve Jobs movie had a nice opening for limited release. I’m curious as to what will happen once it is in wide release.
Now for the top 10! The Martian again took the top spot with Hotel Transylvania 2 following close at number 2. Pan the new take on the Peter Pan prequel came in at 3rd and I have a feeling this one will keep sliding down the charts over the next few weeks. The Walk was released to more theaters and it jumped to the 7th spot.
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The Martian takes the number 1 spot knocking Hotel Transylvania 2 to the second spot. Sicario jumps from the tenth spot to the third spot while new movie The Walk opens just outside of the top ten.
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