NORTH AMERICA: 'Interstellar' Returns to First Place on Wednesday with $3.4M; 'Big Hero 6' Adds $1.88M Following Veterans' Day Boost
on November 13, 2014
By Shawn Robbins
Paramount reports that Interstellar returned to first place on Wednesday with a $3.4 million take. That gives the Christopher Nolan space epic a total of $65.25 million through 6 days of wide release (8 days when including the early IMAX opening), 12 percent off the pace of Gravity.
Disney's Big Hero 6 came back down to earth on Wednesday after a huge Veterans' Day boost on Tuesday. Yesterday's gross was $1.88 million, giving the animated hit $73.8 million through 6 days of release. That puts the flick 26 percent ahead of where Wreck-It Ralph stood at the same point.
David Ayers' Fury eased 43 percent from last Wednesday to $0.49 million yesterday. The war drama has amassed $71.6 million domestically.
Gone Girl refuses to go away as it continues to hang around the top five, earning another $0.47 million yesterday for a 36 percent week-to-week drop. The total domestic gross now stands at $147.6 million.
Rounding out the top five, Nightcrawler brought in $0.45 million for a 48 percent slide from last Wednesday. The thriller's total is now $21.55 million.