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All Time Domestic Box Office for Open Road Movies


See also: Top Open Road International - Top Open Road Worldwide

Other Domestic Theatrical Distributors records: Top Warner Bros. Domestic - Top Walt Disney Domestic - Top Universal Domestic - Top Sony Pictures Domestic - Top 20th Century Fox Domestic - Top Paramount Pictures Domestic - Top Lionsgate Domestic - Top MGM Domestic

This chart contains the top 100 Open Road movies based on the cumulative domestic box office.

See our Open Road Theatrical Market Charts for more overviews regarding the domestic theatrical box office performance of Open Road movies.

Rank Released Movie Domestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
1 2014 The Nut Job $64,251,538 $58,278,428 $122,529,966
2 2012 The Grey $51,580,136 $29,669,040 $81,249,176
3 2015 Spotlight $45,055,776 $47,161,953 $92,217,729
4 2012 Red Dawn $44,806,783 $3,357,367 $48,164,150
5 2012 End of Watch $41,003,371 $16,583,235 $57,586,606
6 2013 A Haunted House $40,041,683 $19,880,875 $59,922,558
7 2016 Mother’s Day $32,492,859 $11,300,000 $43,792,859
8 2014 Nightcrawler $32,381,218 $17,953,200 $50,334,418
9 2013 Side Effects $32,172,757 $34,569,381 $66,742,138
10 2014 Chef $31,424,004 $15,405,305 $46,829,309
11 2017 The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature $28,370,522 $12,726,760 $41,097,282
12 2017 Home Again $26,911,487 $5,461,263 $32,372,750
13 2013 The Host $26,623,701 $37,853,350 $64,477,051
14 2011 Killer Elite $25,124,986 $40,284,060 $65,409,046
15 2016 Snowden $21,587,519 $12,714,431 $34,301,950
16 2017 Sleepless $20,783,704 $6,440,605 $27,224,309
17 2013 Homefront $20,158,492 $31,536,870 $51,695,362
18 2012 Silent Hill: Revelation 3D $17,530,219 $38,445,453 $55,975,672
19 2015 Dope $17,506,470 $684,361 $18,190,831
20 2014 A Haunted House 2 $17,329,487 $3,877,374 $21,206,861
21 2013 Jobs $16,131,410 $27,271,105 $43,402,515
22 2012 Lockout $14,326,865 $19,616,184 $33,943,049
23 2012 Hit & Run $13,749,300 $3,467,655 $17,216,955
24 2012 Silent House $12,739,737 $3,871,023 $16,610,760
25 2016 Triple 9 $12,639,297 $13,304,495 $25,943,792
26 2017 Before I Fall $12,241,072 $3,929,102 $16,170,174
27 2016 Fifty Shades of Black $11,686,940 $9,078,413 $20,765,353
28 2015 The Gunman $10,664,749 $2,979,543 $13,644,292
29 2014 Sabotage $10,508,518 $7,867,925 $18,376,443
30 2017 The Promise $8,224,288 $2,299,805 $10,524,093
31 2013 Machete Kills $8,008,161 $10,264,848 $18,273,009
32 2015 Little Boy $6,485,961 $11,198,394 $17,684,355
33 2013 Justin Bieber’s Believe $6,206,566 $26,020,215 $32,226,781
34 2015 The Loft $6,002,684 $122,508 $6,125,192
35 2017 Marshall $5,434,374 $0 $5,434,374
36 2016 Bleed for This $5,083,906 $1,164,171 $6,248,077
37 2016 Max Steel $3,818,664 $633,671 $4,452,335
38 2014 Rosewater $3,128,941 $39,917 $3,168,858
39 2015 Rock the Kasbah $3,020,665 $336,605 $3,357,270
40 2014 The Fluffy Movie $2,827,393 $0 $2,827,393
41 2017 Collide $2,280,004 $2,998,515 $5,278,519
42 2016 Gleason $585,233 $1,899 $587,132
43 2017 Spark: A Space Tail $196,458 $378,318 $574,776

The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

This table is updated daily to reflect the latest studio reports.

Note: This chart is not adjusted for inflation.