Nothing really new to report on over the North American box office. It was a quiet weekend, with Mockingjay dominating for the third weekend in a row, despite a 62% drop in revenue earned. The only real new release was The Pyramid, which debuted in ninth place. Despite a low take of just over $1.3 million, this is actually good news.
The Pyramid was a low budget film to begin with. Going light on marketing and venues actually made some decent bank for the film, which will probably make a tidy profit by the time it finishes up. Not bad at all. Here’s how everyone else did on the weekend.
- The Hunger Games: Mockinjay Part 1 – $21.6 Million
- Penguins of Madagascar – $11.1 Million
- Horrible Bosses 2 – $8.6 Million
- Big Hero 6 – $8.1 Million
- Interstellar – $8 Million
- Dumb and Dumber To – $4.1 Million
- The Theory Of Everything – $2.6 Million
- Gone Girl – $1.5 Million
- The Pyramid – $1.3 Million
- Birdman – $1.1 Million
Top ten departures this week are limited to just one film. St Vincent pulled in some decent numbers from a domestic run, ending up with $40.7 million. It’s had a very limited international release, with the seven countries that it was shown in, adding a half million dollars to its coffers.
Last Updated: December 8, 2014