'Mockingjay - Part 1' Adds $6.56M on Friday, Poised to Win 3rd Consecutive Weekend

on December 06, 2014 by BoxOffice Staff
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Lionsgate reports The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 took in an estimated $6.56 million on Friday, bringing its domestic total to $242.7 million. BoxOffice projects the film will easily win its third straight weekend with a projected $22 million frame.

Warner Bros.' Horrible Bosses 2 posted $2.74 million in second place yesterday, bringing its 10-day total to $30.2 million. BoxOffice projects an $8.3 million second weekend.

Fox/DreamWorks' Penguins of Madagascar added $2.38 million in third place to begin its second weekend. The animated spin-off has tallied $40.9 million through 10 days of release. BoxOffice projects a $10.7 million sophomore frame.

Paramount reports that Interstellar grabbed another $2.14 million yesterday, giving the Christopher Nolan space epic a domestic tally of $152.8 million to-date. BoxOffice projects a $7.2 million fifth weekend.

Disney's Big Hero 6 filled out the fifth spot yesterday with $1.81 million. The toon's haul now stands at an overall $171.2 million. BoxOffice projects a $7.6 million weekend.

Meanwhile, The Pyramid bowed to $0.46 million from 589 locations on Friday. Early word of mouth is struggling with just a 53 percent Flixster user score, while Rotten Tomatoes critics have stamped the horror flick with 9 percent. BoxOffice projects a $1.25 million weekend.

Opening in platform release this week, Wild--starring Reese Witherspoon--added an estimated $165,000 million from 21 locations yesterday. Since opening on Wednesday, the film has tallied $212,248. BoxOffice projects a $550,000 weekend.

Tags: The Pyramid, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, Penguins of Madagascar, Horrible Bosses 2
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