John English

By John English, Contributor, USDR.
1. Monsters University – $46.18 million ($171) – 2 wks (BV) -44%
 . . . 4004 screens / $11,533 per screen
2. The Heat – $40 – 1 wk (Fox)
 . . . 3181 / $12,575
3. World War Z – $29.8 ($123.72) – 2 wks (Par) -55.1%
 . . . 3607 / $8262
4. White House Down – $25.7 – 1 wk (Sony)
 . . . 3222 / $7976
5. Man of Steel – $20.82 ($248.66) – 3 wks (WB) -49.6%
 . . . 4131 / $5040
6. This Is the End – $8.7 ($74.68) – 3 wks (Sony) -34.5%
 . . . 2710 / $3210
7. Now You See Me – $5.5 ($104.68) – 5 wks (LG) -30.2%
 . . . 2564 / $2145
8. Fast & Furious 6 – $2.41 ($233.31) – 6 wks (U) -51.1%
 . . . 1550 / $1555
9. Star Trek Into Darkness – $2.04 ($220.5) – 7 wks (Par) -35.6%
 . . . 1035 / $1971
10. The Internship – $1.43 ($41.71) – 4 wks (Fox) -58.1%
 . . . 1008 / $1414
11. Iron Man 3 – $1.4 ($405.44) – 9 wks (BV) -36.6%
 . . . 540 / $2598
12. The Purge – $1.23 ($62.79) – 4 wks (U) -65.7%
 . . . 1122 / $1095
The Heat is Sandra Bullock’s best opening of her already impressive career.
White House Down was not able to get the $30 million that Olympus Has Fallen got with the same plot.  The two films might have opened too close together.
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