Fox's Gone Girl took in $2.81 million on Tuesday to continue to lead the daily box office. The critically acclaimed David Fincher directed film starring Ben Affleck has now led the daily box office for four straight days and for ten of the past twelve days. Gone Girl was down 29 percent from Monday's Columbus Day performance and down just 32 percent from last Tuesday. The twelve-day total for Gone Girl stands at a very impressive $84.65 million. That places the film 85 percent ahead of the $45.78 million twelve-day gross of 2012's Argo.
Universal's Dracula Untold was up one spot from Monday to claim second place on Tuesday with $1.96 million. The action horror film starring Luke Evans was down a solid 26 percent from Monday's Columbus Day take. Dracula Untold has grossed a stronger than expected $28.13 million in five days and is set to surpass the $30 million mark on Thursday. The film is currently running 5 percent behind the $29.55 million five-day start of 2012's Underworld Awakening.
Warner's The Judge was also up one spot from Monday to place in third with $1.59 million. The Robert Downey Jr. led drama was down a slim 13 percent from Monday. That represented the day's strongest daily percentage hold among wide releases and could be a good early sign for the film going forward. The Judge has grossed $16.54 million in five days. While that is on the low end of expectations, the film has been displaying strong early holding power thus far.
Fellow Warner Bros. release Annabelle was up one place from Monday to take fourth with $1.17 million. The low-budget spin-off to The Conjuring fell 26 percent from Monday and 56 percent from last Tuesday. Annabelle continues to exceed expectations with $64.39 million in twelve days. That places the film 4.5 percent ahead of the $61.61 million twelve-day gross of last year's Insidious Chapter 2.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day rounded out Tuesday's top five with $1.06 million. The family film from Disney starring Steve Carell and Jennifer Garner was down three spots and a sharp 71 percent from Monday's inflated Columbus Day performance. Alexander continues to perform in line with expectations with a solid five-day start of $23.09 million. That places the film 4 percent behind the $24.09 million five-day take of 2010's Diary of a Wimpy Kid.