'300: Rise of an Empire' Continues Its Reign on Wednesday; 'Mr. Peabody & Sherman' Nudges Closer

on March 13, 2014 by Shawn Robbins

Warner Bros. reports that 300: Rise of an Empire grabbed another $3.09 million on Wednesday, off 27 percent from the day before. With a 6-day tally of $56.2 million, the sequel is running 36 percent ahead of the pace of 2012's Wrath of the Titans.

Mr. Peabody & Sherman retained the runner-up spot yesterday with $2.36 million. That represents a 16 percent decline from Tuesday and gives the film a 6-day total of $39.6 million. Peabody is currently off the pace of The Croods by 31 percent.

Universal's Non-Stop earned another $1.32 million yesterday, down just 21 percent from the same day last week. With $56.87 million in the bank domestically, the Liam Neeson thriller is running 24.5 percent ahead of Unknown at the same point.

The LEGO Movie was up 5 percent from last Wednesday to $1.02 million yesterday as it continues to benefit from young audiences going on spring break. The animation blockbuster has brought in $228.1 million domestically to-date.

Fox's Son of God added $0.825 million to its total on Wednesday, down 35 percent from last week. Its domestic haul is now $44.66 million after 13 days.

Last but not least, Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel grossed $83,383 from its 4 locations yesterday, giving it a 6-day tally of $1.06 million. That's 32 percent ahead of the first 6-day performance by Moonrise Kingdom, which also platformed in 4 theaters during its first week.

Tags: 300: Rise of an Empire, Mr. Peabody & Sherman

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