NORTH AMERICA: 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Totals $124.5M in 6 Days; 'Godzilla' Clears $160M
on May 29, 2014
Fox reports that X-Men: Days of Future Past earned another $5.72 million on Wednesday, off an expected 30 percent from Tuesday's strong post-Memorial Day hold (largely boosted by bargain Tuesday prices). The franchise sequel has amassed $124.5 million in its first six days, 78 percent ahead of the pace of 2011's X-Men: First Class.
Godzilla slipped 57.5 percent from last Wednesday to $2.1 million yesterday. The monster reboot has tallied $160.6 million domestically after 13 days, 18 percent more than World War Z at the same point.
Blended took in $1.11 million yesterday for a day-to-day drop of 20 percent. The Adam Sandler comedy's six-day total is $20.2 million, about 7 percent behind the pace of That's My Boy.
Universal's Neighbors added $1.35 million on Wednesday for a healthy week-to-week drop of 33 percent. The comedy's domestic tally thus far is $119.74 million, 57 percent ahead of the pace of This Is the End.
Rounding out the top five, Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 posted $0.59 million yesterday for a 43 percent week-to-week fall. The sequel's total is now $188.43 million--22 percent behind the pace of its predecessor.