Paramount reports that Noah earned $2.61 million on Wednesday, off 28 percent from Tuesday. That brings Darren Aronofsky's film up to $53.04 million domestically through 6 days of release--18 percent ahead of the pace of 2010's Robin Hood.
Divergent claimed second place again yesterday as it dropped 20 percent from Tuesday to $1.56 million. That figure is also off 53 percent from the same day last week. Divergent has tallied $99.55 million domestically through 13 days of release.
Freestyle's God's Not Dead added $0.77 million to its take yesterday, easing 5 percent from Tuesday and just 21 percent from the same day last week. The film's domestic total thus far is $24.1 million.
Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel raked in $0.71 million on Wednesday for a 12 percent drop from Tuesday and 4 percent week-to-week increase. Hotel has amassed $26.4 million domestically.
Muppets Most Wanted rounded out the top five on Wednesday with $0.65 million. That's off 16 percent from Tuesday and 43 percent from Wednesday of last week, bringing the sequel's cume to $35.2 million after 13 days.
Meanwhile, David Ayer's Sabotage mustered up $0.365 million yesterday, giving it a $6.55 million 6-day total. The film is off the pace of fellow Arnold Schwarzenegger-starrer The Last Stand by 20 percent.