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Monday Box Office Report – Stellar big heroes

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And it’s on! Big Hero 6! Interstellar! Disney vs Nolan! Who would win, who would lose? Answer: Big Hero 6 done whupped some space travel ass.


The latest Disney flick took an easy first place with over $56 million in domestic ticket sales at the North American box office, while Christopher Nolan’s ambitious Interstellar had to settle for second. A decent haul, Big Hero 6 may be trailing behind The Lego Movie ($69 million), Wreck-It Ralph ($60.6 million) and Frozen ($67.3 million), but it’s ahead of Tangled ($48.7 million). And with some decent word of mouth reviews so far, expect this film to stick around for quite a few weeks.

Christopher Nolan’s latest flick is doing some decent business so far. While nowhere near the numbers of The Dark knight Rises ($160.8 million) or Inception ($62.7 million), Interstellar is still on track to make back its budget, as it has managed to haul in over $132 million so far. Here’s a look at how everyone else did:

  • Big Hero 6 – $56.2 Million
  • Interstellar – $47.5 Million
  • Gone Girl – $6.2 Million
  • Ouija – $5.8 Million
  • St Vincent – $5.6 Million
  • Nightcrawler – $5.4 Million
  • Fury – $5.3 Million
  • John Wick – $4.1 Million
  • Alexander blah blah film title – $3.5 Million
  • The Book Of Life – $2.7 Million

Top ten departures this week include Dracula Untold and The Judge. The rebootening of the Dracula legend has proven to be a moderate success for Universal, as the king of vampires has managed to almost triple the $70 million budget that birthed it with an international total of over $200 million so far. Meanwhile, Robert Downey Jr finished off some judging with $70 million in the bank off of worldwide ticket sales for The Judge.

Last Updated: November 10, 2014


  1. RinceThis

    November 10, 2014 at 10:54

    Wow, why not more love for Interstellar! Such a frigging amazing movie.


    • Reid

      November 10, 2014 at 12:24

      An amazing movie, but not for everyone. That felt like a movie Nolan could make because he had made all those other movies that brought in the cash and the producers and studios financed it because of that.


      • RinceThis

        November 10, 2014 at 12:57

        Agreed. I’m going to go again sometime this week. Has to be seen again!


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