Superbowl weekend can mostly be behind during a box office. Especially given many of America is in front of their TV sets all day on Sunday. Many studios have attempted to opposite module with womanlike or teen themed films, yet it frequency works. One film studio, Warner Bros., won’t be ignoring a earnings this year since they have “American Sniper” on their team.
Clint Eastwood’s Oscar-nominated blockbuster took in another $10 million on Friday for a $227.1 million altogether come that was mostly warranted over 15 days of far-reaching release. The Super Bowl does make three-day projections difficult, yet “Sniper” should transparent during slightest $28-30 million over a support with a final total of $300 million and a given during this point. It will simply be no. 1 for a third true weekend, yet over that? “Jupiter Ascending” and “The Spongebob Movie: A Sponge Out of Water” have a shot during holding a tip mark subsequent weekend. If not, “Sniper’s” power will positively finish when “50 Shades of Grey” finally arrives on Valentine’s Day.
Debuting during no. 2 on Friday was Paramount Pictures’ prolonged behind Sci-Fi journey “Project Almanac.” The MTV Films branded crack took in usually $3.1 million for what could be a $7-9 million weekend. That would be underneath pre-release projections and even yet it cost usually a reported $12 million a dicey that “Almanac” will finish adult anything some-more than mangle even for a studio.
The Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer melodrama “Black or White” came in third with $2.2 million. It should finish adult with $6-7 million by finish of day Sunday. Critics didn’t welcome a Costner constructed and financed film, yet audiences gave it an clever A- class that might assistance a word of mouth.
Jennifer Lopez’s “The Boy Next Door” took in $2.1 million for $20.6 million in usually 8 days. With a reported $4 million budget, “Next Door” is a plain singular for star Jennifer Lopez whose subsequent film, “Lila Eve,” sealed a 2015 Sundance Film Festival Friday night.
“Paddington” dull out a tip 5 on Friday with another $1.9 million and $43.9 million to date. The critically acclaimed family film hasn’t hold adult as many had hoped for formed on a reviews, yet it will be a really essential try for The Weinstein Company who picked it adult for U.S. distribution.
Look for final weekend estimates tomorrow on HitFix.