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Columbus Day (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted)


See also: Columbus Day (Opening, 3-Day) - Columbus Day (All Movies, 3-Day) - Columbus Day (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) - Columbus Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) - Columbus Day (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) - Columbus Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) - Columbus Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted)

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

Other Domestic Holiday 4-Day Opening Weekend (Inflation Adjusted) records: Martin Luther King - Washington's Birthday - Memorial Day - Labor Day

This chart contains the domestic box office for movies for Columbus Day 4-Day Weekends (Opening Weekend, Inflation Adjusted).

Only movies that made at least $1.0 million (inflation adjusted) during their 4 day opening weekend are included in this chart.

Rank Date Movie Weekend Total
Gross
Week
1 Oct 5, 2012 Taken 2 $61,824,343 $156,356,419 1
2 Oct 6, 2000 Meet the Parents $53,111,485 $274,085,833 1
3 Oct 9, 2009 Couples Retreat $45,440,985 $129,550,011 1
4 Oct 6, 2006 The Departed $41,793,028 $179,097,272 1
5 Oct 5, 2001 Training Day $39,710,020 $119,915,761 1
6 Oct 6, 2017 Blade Runner 2049 $37,476,794 $91,284,401 1
7 Oct 10, 2003 Kill Bill: Volume 1 $37,319,961 $103,442,635 1
8 Oct 7, 2011 Real Steel $34,793,910 $95,913,093 1
9 Oct 11, 2013 Captain Phillips $32,844,214 $117,271,064 1
10 Oct 8, 2004 Friday Night Lights $32,068,699 $87,790,285 1
11 Oct 7, 2016 The Girl on the Train $28,662,896 $77,574,082 1
12 Oct 10, 2014 Dracula Untold $28,507,582 $60,994,824 1
13 Oct 6, 2006 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Begi… $27,404,157 $53,695,889 1
14 Oct 7, 2005 Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the We… $26,022,213 $77,847,214 1
15 Oct 8, 1999 Random Hearts $25,124,420 $54,407,249 1
16 Oct 10, 2014 Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible,… $24,004,821 $72,905,623 1
17 Oct 5, 2001 Serendipity $23,256,739 $79,023,367 1
18 Oct 10, 2003 Good Boy! $22,393,200 $55,595,772 1
19 Oct 10, 1997 Seven Years in Tibet $21,586,060 $73,562,692 1
20 Oct 10, 2003 Intolerable Cruelty $20,453,875 $52,140,588 1
21 Oct 5, 2007 The Heartbreak Kid $20,186,767 $47,588,167 1
22 Oct 10, 2008 Quarantine $19,452,198 $39,283,719 1
23 Oct 8, 2004 Taxi $19,191,370 $52,457,303 1
24 Oct 9, 2015 Pan $18,981,693 $37,044,426 1
25 Oct 5, 2012 Pitch Perfect $18,816,173 $72,669,025 2
26 Oct 8, 2010 Life as We Know It $18,287,101 $60,204,397 1
27 Oct 11, 2002 Brown Sugar $18,135,293 $41,912,263 1
28 Oct 10, 2008 Body of Lies $17,996,823 $48,827,634 1
29 Oct 8, 1999 Superstar $17,167,249 $53,612,817 1
30 Oct 6, 2006 Employee of the Month $17,101,967 $38,650,253 1
31 Oct 8, 2010 Secretariat $16,442,189 $67,337,970 1
32 Oct 10, 2014 The Judge $16,285,139 $51,327,671 1
33 Oct 7, 2005 In Her Shoes $15,686,896 $45,651,794 1
34 Oct 11, 2002 The Transporter $15,635,226 $38,749,443 1
35 Oct 5, 2012 Frankenweenie $14,692,487 $39,446,651 1
36 Oct 7, 2005 2 For the Money $13,627,767 $31,922,502 1
37 Oct 7, 2011 The Ides of March $13,358,775 $45,972,496 1
38 Oct 5, 2001 Joy Ride $12,872,386 $34,551,464 1
39 Oct 6, 2000 Get Carter $12,311,532 $24,713,894 1
40 Oct 6, 2017 The Mountain Between Us $12,048,644 $30,214,027 1
41 Oct 7, 2005 The Gospel $11,374,199 $21,907,261 1
42 Oct 6, 2017 My Little Pony: The Movie $10,360,788 $21,885,107 1
43 Oct 10, 1997 Rocket Man $9,950,605 $29,953,715 1
44 Oct 5, 2001 Max Keeble's Big Move $9,948,750 $27,185,362 1
45 Oct 11, 2002 White Oleander $9,613,042 $25,057,505 1
46 Oct 7, 2005 Waiting... $9,542,004 $22,388,208 1
47 Oct 11, 2002 Tuck Everlasting $9,219,793 $29,339,340 1
48 Oct 10, 2003 The House of the Dead $9,142,470 $15,053,772 1
49 Oct 10, 2014 Addicted $8,888,353 $18,944,656 1
50 Oct 11, 2002 Knockaround Guys $8,722,080 $17,861,544 1
51 Oct 8, 2010 My Soul to Take $8,457,403 $16,631,875 1
52 Oct 7, 2016 Middle School: The Worst Years of My … $8,437,959 $20,585,389 1
53 Oct 7, 2016 The Birth of a Nation $8,253,785 $16,319,992 1
54 Oct 6, 2000 Digimon: The Movie $8,237,530 $15,899,049 1
55 Oct 8, 2004 Raise Your Voice $6,638,014 $14,922,158 1
56 Oct 10, 2008 The Express $6,369,221 $12,139,458 1
57 Oct 10, 1997 Most Wanted $6,179,237 $12,299,088 1
58 Oct 5, 2007 The Seeker: The Dark is Rising $5,567,790 $11,376,541 1
59 Oct 10, 1997 Gang Related $5,239,736 $11,453,214 1
60 Oct 6, 2017 Victoria and Abdul $4,914,451 $22,135,545 3
61 Oct 11, 2013 Machete Kills $4,806,666 $8,766,616 1
62 Oct 9, 2015 The Walk $4,657,921 $10,702,695 2
63 Oct 5, 2007 Feel the Noise $4,483,110 $7,590,588 1
64 Oct 10, 2008 City of Ember $4,464,148 $9,758,458 1
65 Oct 10, 2014 Meet the Mormons $3,488,707 $6,587,059 1
66 Oct 8, 2010 It's Kind of a Funny Story $2,569,178 $7,178,233 1
67 Oct 9, 2015 Ladrones $1,679,648 $3,234,305 1
68 Oct 9, 2009 Good Hair $1,392,807 $4,932,576 1
69 Oct 10, 2014 Kill the Messenger $1,175,968 $2,669,831 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 adjusted for ticket price inflation. The gross is estimated based on how much the movie would have made if it sold as many tickets today as when it was originally released. The chart takes into account re-releases during the life of the movie.

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