'Black Mass' Retains First Place with $1.975 Million on Wednesday; 'Everest' Moves Up to Fourth Place

on September 24, 2015 by BoxOffice Staff
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Warner Bros. reports that Black Mass added $1.975 million on Wednesday to retain its hold on first place. That gives the well-received Johnny Depp-led film about notorious gangster Whitey Bulger a six-day domestic haul of $29.46 million, putting it 5 percent behind the pace of 2010's The Town.

In second place, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials took in $1.75 million yesterday in second place. The young adult adaptation sequel's six-day tally is now $36.2 million, putting it 6 percent behind the pace of its 2014 predecessor.

The Visit eased 33 percent from last Wednesday to $0.74 million yesterday, bringing its 13-day total to ?? million as the M. Night Shyamalan thriller continues to perform well.

Universal's Everest brought in another $0.69 million in its sixth day of play in IMAX 3D and PLF 3D theaters, giving it a total of $9.38 million so far. The true story drama continues to perform at an excellent level as it heads toward what should be a strong expansion into wide release on Friday.

Filling out the top five, War Room fell just 14 percent from last Wednesday to $0.615 million yesterday in sixth place. The faith-based drama's total now stands at a strong $51.1 million.

Meanwhile, The Perfect Guy pulled $0.58 million yesterday, down 51 percent from last Wednesday. The thriller's 13-day haul is now a solid $43.56 million.

Tags: Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, Black Mass, Everest
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