NORTH AMERICA: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' #1 on Tuesday with $0.94M as It Approaches $300M
on September 10, 2014
By Daniel Garris
Disney's Guardians of the Galaxy grossed $0.942 million on Tuesday to remain in first place at the daily box office. The blockbuster sci-fi superhero adaptation from Marvel has now led the daily box office for 18 consecutive days. Guardians of the Galaxy was up a solid 30 percent over Monday and down 32 percent from last Tuesday. Guardians of the Galaxy has grossed a massive $296.43 million in 40 days, which leaves the film just $3.57 million away from becoming the first release of 2014 to reach the $300 million domestic milestone.
Let's Be Cops held steady in second place with $0.578 million. Fox's low-budget action comedy increased 32 percent over Monday and was down a slim 20 percent from last Tuesday. The 28-day total for Let's Be Cops stands at a very solid $67.78 million. Let's Be Cops continues to be aided from strong word of mouth and from the current lack of new comedies in the marketplace.
The November Man took in $0.569 million to remain in third. Relativity's action thriller starring Pierce Brosnan was up a very strong 47 percent over Monday and down a healthy 31 percent from last Tuesday. The November Man has grossed $18.94 million in two weeks of release, which is in line with the film's modest expectations.
Paramount's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles took fourth place with $0.492 million. The blockbuster franchise re-launch was up 36 percent over Monday and down a respectable 43 percent from last Tuesday. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles continues to outpace expectations in a big way with $175.51 million in 33 days.
If I Stay was up one spot and a very strong 49 percent from Monday to round out Tuesday's top five with $0.459 million. In the process, Warner's low-budget drama surpassed the $40 million mark on Tuesday. If I Stay was up 49 percent over Monday and down 36 percent from last Tuesday.