Wait, a movie starring the cream of the crop action stars of today, fast cars, gorgeous locales and a production budget large enough to film scenes that destroy entire nations is doing well at the box office? Yep, you betcha!
Furious 7 continued to do some fantastic numbers at the US box office, holding onto the top spot with another weekend haul of over $60.5 million. Now the highest grossing entry in the Fast and Furious franchise, Furious 7 also had a magnificent opening day at the Chinese box office. In fact, it set a record for that territory, making over $68.6 million on opening day alone. In fact, Furious 7 is doing so damn well, that there’s no noteworthy competition to write about. Right now, the flick has grossed over $800.5 million worldwide so far. Here’s a look at how everyone else did at the US box office:
- Furious 7 – $60.5 Million
- Home – $19 Million
- The Longest Ride – $13.5 Million
- Get Hard – $8.6 Million
- Cinderella – $7.2 Million
- Insurgent – $6.8 Million
- Woman In Gold – $5.8 Million
- It Follows – $2 Million
- Danny Collins – $1.6 Million
- While We’re Young – $1.3 Million
The only real noticeable top ten departure this week, belongs to Kingsman: The Secret Service. And what a ride it was. After nine weeks, one of the bet action films of the year finally fell off of the US radar, while banking a rather sizable and respectable international haul of over $392 million, off of an $81 million budget.
Last Updated: April 13, 2015