Sources report that the Back to the Future Trilogy re-issue for "Back to the Future Day" grossed an estimated $1.645 million on Wednesday, putting it in first place ahead of all other titles on Wednesday. Unfortunately, no further information such as location counts were reported at the time of this story's publishing.
Fox reports The Martian eased 40 percent from last Wednesday to $1.575 million yesterday. With $148.9 million in the domestic bank through 20 days of release, the hit film is pacing 16 percent behind Gravity and 16 percent ahead of Interstellar.
Bridge of Spies took in $1.33 million on Wednesday. The fourth collaboration between director Steven Spielberg and star Tom Hanks has taken in $19.9 million domestically through its first six days. That puts it 1 percent ahead of the pace of Hanks' 2006 pic, Charlie Wilson's War.
Goosebumps added $0.95 million in its sixth day of release. The family-friendly adaptation has earned $27.2 million through its first six days, putting it 14 percent ahead of the pace of last year's Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
Crimson Peak pulled $0.81 million on Wednesday, giving the film a six-day haul of $16.1 million. Unfortunately, director Guillermo del Toro's gothic romance is pacing 20 percent behind Drag Me to Hell, the 2009 pic from fellow horror auteur director Sam Raimi.
Hotel Transylvania 2 posted $0.51 million for a 46 percent week-to-week decline. The hit animated sequel has amassed $138.7 million domestically as it continues to handily outpace the original 2012 film.
Meanwhile, Woodlawn took in $0.31 million on Wednesday to give it a six-day tally of $5.02 million. The puts the faith-based drama from Pure Flix 9 percent ahead of the pace of the studio's Do You Believe? from earlier this year.