NORTH AMERICA: 'Gone Girl' Nabs $48M In Six Days; 'Annabelle' Up to $44M
on October 09, 2014
Fox reports that Gone Girl brought in $3.25 million on Wednesday, off 22 percent from Tuesday. The David Fincher adaptation has earned $48.2 million in its first six days as it paces 68 percent ahead of his 2010 film, The Social Network.
Warner Bros.' Annabelle added $1.8 million yesterday as it decreased 33 percent from Tuesday. The Conjuring prequel has tallied $43.9 million in its first six days, putting it 34 percent ahead of the pace of Paranormal Activity 4 and just 3 percent behind Insidious Chapter 2.
The Equalizer eased 46 percent from last Wednesday as it took in $1.38 million to boost its domestic cume up to $68.9 million--7 percent ahead The Book of Eli's 13-day pace.
The Maze Runner and The Boxtrolls grossed $0.6 million (off 32 percent from last week) and $0.5 million (down 20 percent) on Wednesday, respectively giving them $75.65 million and $33.8 million in the bank to-date. The latter film is running 10 percent ahead of ParaNorman through the same point in release.
Meanwhile, the Nicolas Cage-starring Left Behind remake took in $0.37 million on Wednesday for a 30 percent day-to-day slide. The pic has earned $7.64 million through six days of release.