Furious 7 continued it’s dominance here and abroad with another massive weekend at the box office. Furious 7 made another $59.6 million, down about 60% from last weekend but still the highest grossing entry in the series with it’s two week total of $251 million. Worldwide, the movie set the all time opening record in China with $68.8 million and in total, it’s made over $801 million. There’s zero competition until Age of Ultron and unless something drastic happens, it’s going to make over $1 billion worldwide.
Home stayed in second place with $18.5 million, as it was still the default family movie. It’s made $129.1 million total for it’s three weeks out.
The only new release of the weekend, The Longest Ride, took in about the same as most other Nicholas Sparks adaptations with $13 million.
Rounding out the top 5 was Get Hard and Cinderella with $8 million and $7 million respectively.
Indie movies were still doing great further down the list as The Woman in Gold stayed in seventh place with an additional 1,000+ theaters and $5.5 million for the weekend while It Follows took in another $1.9 million and Al Pacino’s Danny Collins and While We’re Young took ninth and tenth in limited release.
I’m like the J. Jonah Jameson of Everything Action, writing and editing and constantly demanding pictures of Spider-Man.