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Box Office Records > Domestic > All Movies > Holiday 3-Day Opening Weekend > Veterans Day

Veterans Day (Opening, 3-Day)


See also: Veterans Day (All Movies, 3-Day) - Veterans Day (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) - Veterans Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted)

Other Domestic Holiday 3-Day Opening Weekend records: New Year's Day - Martin Luther King - Super Bowl - Washington's Birthday - Easter - Memorial Day - Independence Day - Labor Day - Columbus Day - Halloween - Thanksgiving - Christmas

This chart contains the domestic box office for movies for Veterans Day 3-Day Weekends (Opening Weekend).

Only movies that made at least $1.0 million during their 3 day opening weekend are included in this chart.

Rank Date Movie Weekend Total
Gross
Week
1 Nov 9, 2012 Skyfall $88,364,714 $304,360,277 1
2 Nov 8, 2013 Thor: The Dark World $85,737,841 $206,362,140 1
3 Nov 14, 2008 Quantum of Solace $67,528,882 $169,368,427 1
4 Nov 13, 2009 2012 $65,237,614 $166,112,167 1
5 Nov 8, 2002 8 Mile $51,240,555 $116,724,075 1
6 Nov 10, 1995 Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls $37,804,076 $108,360,063 1
7 Nov 11, 1994 Interview with the Vampire: The Vampi… $36,389,705 $105,264,608 1
8 Nov 14, 2014 Dumb and Dumber To $36,111,775 $86,208,010 1
9 Nov 8, 1996 Ransom $34,216,088 $136,492,681 1
10 Nov 11, 2011 Immortals $32,206,425 $83,504,017 1
11 Nov 12, 1999 Pokemon: The First Movie $31,036,678 $85,744,662 1
12 Nov 13, 1992 Bram Stoker's Dracula $30,521,679 $82,522,790 1
13 Nov 10, 2017 Daddy’s Home 2 $29,651,193 $92,470,376 1
14 Nov 10, 2017 Murder on the Orient Express $28,681,472 $94,440,669 1
15 Nov 14, 2003 Master and Commander: The Far Side of… $25,105,990 $93,926,386 1
16 Nov 11, 2011 Jack and Jill $25,003,575 $74,158,157 1
17 Nov 11, 2016 Arrival $24,074,047 $100,546,139 1
18 Nov 12, 2004 The Polar Express $23,323,463 $306,949,909 1
19 Nov 12, 2010 Unstoppable $22,688,457 $81,562,942 1
20 Nov 9, 2001 Shallow Hal $22,518,295 $70,836,296 1
21 Nov 11, 1994 The Santa Clause $19,321,992 $144,833,357 1
22 Nov 9, 2007 Fred Claus $18,515,473 $72,006,777 1
23 Nov 13, 1998 I Still Know What You Did Last Summer $16,520,038 $40,020,622 1
24 Nov 10, 2000 Little Nicky $16,063,904 $39,442,871 1
25 Nov 14, 1997 The Jackal $15,164,595 $54,956,941 1
26 Nov 11, 2016 Almost Christmas $15,134,235 $42,065,185 1
27 Nov 13, 1998 Meet Joe Black $15,017,995 $44,650,003 1
28 Nov 11, 2005 Zathura $13,427,872 $28,045,540 1
29 Nov 10, 2006 Stranger Than Fiction $13,411,093 $40,435,190 1
30 Nov 10, 2000 Men of Honor $13,339,465 $48,814,909 1
31 Nov 11, 2005 Derailed $12,211,986 $36,020,063 1
32 Nov 11, 2005 Get Rich or Die Tryin' $12,020,807 $30,981,850 1
33 Nov 12, 2010 Skyline $11,692,415 $21,416,355 1
34 Nov 11, 2011 J. Edgar $11,217,324 $37,306,030 1
35 Nov 12, 2004 After the Sunset $11,100,392 $28,328,132 1
36 Nov 9, 1990 Child's Play 2 $10,718,520 $26,904,572 1
37 Nov 12, 1993 The Three Musketeers $10,621,992 $53,661,805 1
38 Nov 14, 1997 The Little Mermaid $9,814,520 $111,543,479 418
39 Nov 14, 2003 Looney Tunes: Back in Action $9,317,371 $20,950,820 1
40 Nov 12, 2010 Morning Glory $9,203,266 $31,011,732 1
41 Nov 12, 1993 Carlito's Way $9,116,675 $36,516,012 1
42 Nov 8, 1996 Set It Off $8,812,105 $36,049,108 1
43 Nov 12, 2004 Seed of Chucky $8,774,520 $17,016,190 1
44 Nov 10, 2000 Red Planet $8,721,296 $17,480,890 1
45 Nov 14, 2003 Love Actually $8,698,030 $59,472,278 2
46 Nov 12, 2004 Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason $8,684,055 $40,203,020 1
47 Nov 12, 1999 Dogma $8,669,945 $30,651,422 1
48 Nov 13, 2015 Love the Coopers $8,317,545 $26,302,731 1
49 Nov 13, 1987 The Running Man $8,117,465 $38,122,000 1
50 Nov 9, 2001 Heist $7,823,521 $23,483,357 1
51 Nov 9, 2007 Lions for Lambs $6,702,434 $14,998,070 1
52 Nov 8, 2013 12 Years a Slave $6,675,731 $56,671,993 4
53 Nov 11, 1988 Child's Play $6,583,963 $33,244,684 1
54 Nov 12, 1999 The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc $6,360,968 $14,271,297 1
55 Nov 14, 2014 Beyond the Lights $6,200,284 $14,618,727 1
56 Nov 12, 1982 Creepshow $5,870,889 $20,036,244 1
57 Nov 13, 2015 The 33 $5,787,266 $12,227,722 1
58 Nov 11, 1988 Ernest Saves Christmas $5,710,734 $28,202,109 1
59 Nov 12, 1999 Anywhere But Here $5,607,137 $18,653,615 1
60 Nov 9, 1984 Oh God, You Devil! $5,560,001 $21,538,000 1
61 Nov 10, 2006 Babel $5,558,095 $34,302,837 3
62 Nov 12, 1993 My Life $5,536,098 $27,484,464 1
63 Nov 8, 2013 About Time $4,758,070 $15,323,921 2
64 Nov 14, 2003 Tupac Resurrection $4,632,847 $7,718,961 1
65 Nov 14, 1997 The Man Who Knew Too Little $4,604,819 $13,801,755 1
66 Nov 10, 2006 The Return $4,479,621 $7,744,785 1
67 Nov 13, 1998 I'll Be Home For Christmas $3,898,293 $12,214,338 1
68 Nov 10, 2006 A Good Year $3,721,526 $7,459,300 1
69 Nov 8, 1991 All I Want For Christmas $3,645,720 $14,812,144 1
70 Nov 11, 2016 Shut In $3,613,567 $6,900,335 1
71 Nov 11, 1988 Iron Eagle II $3,530,016 $10,000,000 1
72 Nov 13, 2009 The Boat That Rocked $2,904,380 $8,017,467 1
73 Nov 11, 2005 Pride & Prejudice $2,865,017 $38,372,662 1
74 Nov 8, 2002 Femme Fatale $2,776,248 $6,630,252 1
75 Nov 8, 1985 Target $2,670,522 $9,023,199 1
76 Nov 8, 1985 Transylvania 6-5000 $2,507,542 $7,200,000 1
77 Nov 8, 1985 That Was Then… This is Now $2,502,780 $8,630,068 1
78 Nov 8, 1991 Strictly Business $2,456,772 $7,683,267 1
79 Nov 13, 2015 Prem Ratan Dhan Payo $2,425,585 $4,364,639 1
80 Nov 12, 1999 Light It Up $2,408,613 $5,871,603 1
81 Nov 9, 1984 No Small Affair $2,273,469 $4,994,094 1
82 Nov 9, 2007 P2 $2,083,398 $6,348,315 1
83 Nov 10, 1989 Staying Together $2,020,777 $4,348,025 1
84 Nov 10, 2006 Harsh Times $1,968,505 $3,337,931 1
85 Nov 9, 2007 Om Shanti Om $1,764,131 $3,597,372 1
86 Nov 11, 1988 A Cry in the Dark $1,561,793 $6,908,797 1
87 Oct 21, 1977 Looking for Mr. Goodbar $1,540,635 $16,900,000 1
88 Nov 9, 1984 Silent Night, Deadly Night $1,432,800 $2,491,460 1
89 Nov 13, 2015 My All-American $1,392,000 $2,246,000 1
90 Nov 14, 1986 Streets of Gold $1,279,498 $2,546,238 1
91 Nov 9, 1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street $1,271,000 $25,504,513 1
92 Nov 9, 2007 No Country for Old Men $1,226,333 $74,273,505 1
93 Nov 14, 2014 Rosewater $1,154,303 $3,128,941 1
94 Nov 8, 1985 Bring on the Night $1,132,112 $1,675,689 1
95 Nov 13, 1981 The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper $1,124,671 $2,104,164 1
96 Nov 12, 1982 They Call Me Bruce $1,071,345 $12,925,437 1

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.

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