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Per Theater Chart: Maleficent Holds Off Trio of Limited Releases

June 3rd, 2014

Maleficent poster

The overall box office leader, Maleficent, also led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $17,586 in nearly 4,000 theaters. Korengal was the best of the limited releases earning $14,630 in one lone theater. Night Moves was close behind with an average of $12,050 in two theaters. The final $10,000 film was Elena with $10,341 in one theater.

None of the rest of the new limited releases were bombs, but none were big hits either. We are the Best earned an average of $5,888 in three theaters, which is good, but not great. Lucky Them was next with $3,728 in one theater, which is a slow start. The Grand Seduction earned an average of $3,444 in 94 screens. Granted, this isn't a great per theater average, but it isn't bad for a film playing in that many theaters. Filth was playing in three theaters in the United States and earned an average of $2,509.

This past week also saw milestones reached for several Per Theater Chart alumni:

  • The Immigrant reached its first major milestone late in the weekend and it will very likely get to $2 million quickly.
  • Fading Gigolo got to $3 million before the weekend and it could be on track for $4 million.
  • The Railway Man got to $4 million over the weekend and while it has a shot at getting to $5 million, but it is not a sure bet.
  • Chef hit $4 million before the weekend and $5 million during the weekend. It will get to $10 million shortly.
  • Belle also got to $4 million before the weekend and $6 million during the weekend. Getting to $10 million is likely.


Filed under: Weekend Box Office, Theater Averages, Chef, Maleficent, Elena, Belle, Vi ar bast!, Fading Gigolo, The Immigrant, The Railway Man, Filth, Lucky Them, Korengal, The Grand Seduction, Night Moves, Elena