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Monday Box Office Report – Noah survives Sabotage

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We’re on an ark yo! Noah took top spot this past weekend, beating Divergent into second place with it’s biblical adaptation epic tale of man vs nature. Banking $44 million, Noah may not have made a massive splash, but it did create a strong opening for Russel Crowe after recent flop films failed to ignite the box office. Arnie Scwharzenegger fell foul of some sabotage however, debuting at number seven with $5.3 million. That’s the worst debut yet for a new Arnie film, and way behind flicks such as The Last Stand and Escape Plan. 

  • Noah – $44 Million
  • Divergent – $26.5 Million
  • Muppets Most Wanted – $11.3 Million
  • Mr Peabody and Sherman – $9.5 Million
  • God’s Not Dead – $9 Million
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel – $8.8 Million
  • Sabotage – $5.3 Million
  • Need For Speed – $4.33 Million
  • 300: Rise of an Empire – $4.3 Million
  • Non-Stop – $4 Million

Top ten departures this week include The Lego Movie and Tyler Perry’s The Single Mom’s Club. I don;t give a toss about the latter, but The Lego Movie has done some awesome business finishing an eight week run with $400 million in the bank from around the world. On the International front, Captain America: The Winter Soldier opened up in several foreign territories. So far, it’s banked $75 million around the world on opening weekend. Expect that result to climb even higher when it opens in US markets.



Last Updated: March 31, 2014


  1. “Get down” No, he didn’t mean down the charts… Sigh.


  2. James Francis

    March 31, 2014 at 13:31

    Glad to see Noah is doing well. A pity about Arnie’s movie, but the stuff he’s been appearing in were all considerably dull. Last Stand sounded the most interesting, but then it only spent about a third of its time around Arnie and his sidekicks.


    • Kervyn Cloete

      March 31, 2014 at 13:50

      The reviews for Sabotage have been particularly savage, with most calling it a complete stinker. I just can’t believe how a writer/director of David Ayer’s talent, with such a talented cast could produce a movie with virtually no redemption. I’ll check it out for myself on Thursday.


      • James Francis

        March 31, 2014 at 14:01

        I just scanned the RT critics summaries and they seem rather conflicted, other than for the levels of violence. Maybe it’s a good film at the wrong time?


        • Kervyn Cloete

          March 31, 2014 at 14:39

          Could be. At least there are a couple of bright-ish spots in those reviews now. When I checked RT last week, it was just negativity everywhere.


        • Skyblue

          March 31, 2014 at 14:48

          Based on the trailer I’ve watched, I’m still keen to get a look at it.


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