On the surface, things played out as expected at the weekend box office.
As analysts predicted, “The Martian” won the top spot with an estimated $ 55 million, coming within spitting distance of the October record set two years ago this weekend by the similar “Gravity.”
Art-house crime drama hit “Sicario” expanded wide and grossed $ 12.1 million, as expected, and… Continue reading Why 'The Martian' Stomped All Over 'The Walk' at the Box Office
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Here’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. The Martian – $ 55.0 million ($ 55.0 million total)
2. Hotel Transylvania 2 – $ 33.0 million ($ 90.5 million total)
3. Sicario – $ 12.0 million ($ 15.0 million total)
4. The Intern – $ 11.6 million ($ 36.5 million total)
5. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
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