NORTH AMERICA: 'Furious 7' Climbs to $323M Domestically; 'The Age of Adaline' Tops $16M in 6 Days
on April 30, 2015
Universal reports that Furious 7 added another $0.99 million on Wednesday, off 42 percent from the same day last week. The film's near-month-long reign atop the box office will be ending this weekend, but its domestic gross now stands at a phenomenal $323.7 million.
The Age of Adaline took in $0.87 million on Wednesday, giving the romantic drama $16.3 million through six days of release. That's about 3 percent ahead of the pace of The Longest Ride.
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 added $0.51 million yesterday, down 46 percent from last week. The comedy sequel's 13-day total stands at $45.2 million, 34 percent behind its predecessor.
In fourth place, Ex Machina earned $0.44 million as it continues to prove itself a sleeper hit. The indie sci-fi flick's tally currently stands at $8.31 million.
Rounding out the top five, Woman In Gold pulled $0.355 million yesterday for a 32 percent drop from last Wednesday. The drama's tally now stands at $22.6 million.
Meanwhile, Little Boy took in $0.135 million yesterday in 13th place. Its six-day total is $3.24 million.