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Est. / Act.DiffMovie Title (click to view)StudioStudio Est. / ActualDiff% DiffTheatersEst. TotalActualWk
8 8 - Frozen Buena Vista $3,611,000 $3,631,640 $+20,640 +0.6% 1,746 $388,736,000 $388,756,783 15
13 13 - The Wind Rises Buena Vista $1,604,000 $1,517,404 $-86,596 -5.4% 496 $2,040,000 $1,953,947 2
- 55 - Beijing Love Story China Lion $42,000 $41,217 $-783 -1.9% 11 $387,000 $386,839 3
- 60 - The Bag Man Cinedigm Entertainment $28,400 $29,231 $+831 +2.9% 2 $28,400 $29,231 1
21 22 +1 That Awkward Moment Focus Features $575,000 $558,391 $-16,609 -2.9% 608 $25,098,000 $25,081,264 5
- 25 - Dallas Buyers Club Focus Features $427,000 $434,161 $+7,161 +1.7% 216 $25,318,000 $25,325,094 18
2 2 - Son of God Fox $26,500,000 $25,601,865 $-898,135 -3.4% 3,260 $26,500,000 $25,601,865 1
18 18 - 12 Years a Slave Fox Searchlight $900,000 $975,931 $+75,931 +8.4% 411 $50,260,000 $50,336,296 20
- 67 - Ernest & Celestine GKIDS $15,600 $13,078 $-2,522 -16.2% 1 $15,600 $13,078 1
- 65 - Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me IFC $21,700 $18,365 $-3,335 -15.4% 6 $61,200 $57,827 2
- 64 - Like Father, Like Son (2014) IFC $21,300 $20,282 $-1,018 -4.8% 26 $231,800 $220,723 7
- 97 - Jimmy P IFC $2,100 $1,659 $-441 -21.0% 4 $20,300 $19,816 3
- 99 - Two Lives IFC $1,400 $1,303 $-97 -6.9% 1 $1,400 $1,303 1
22 24 +2 Repentance Lionsgate $530,000 $501,290 $-28,710 -5.4% 152 $530,000 $501,290 1
- 33 - The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Lionsgate $195,000 $186,042 $-8,958 -4.6% 198 $423,914,000 $423,905,466 15
- 38 - I, Frankenstein Lionsgate $120,000 $132,223 $+12,223 +10.2% 169 $18,838,000 $18,850,425 6
- 48 - The Legend of Hercules Lionsgate/Summit $70,000 $70,176 $+176 +0.3% 89 $18,754,800 $18,755,003 8
20 20 - The Nut Job Open Road Films $642,000 $661,537 $+19,537 +3.0% 752 $60,773,000 $60,792,181 7
14 14 - Anchorman 2 (R-Rated Extended Cut) Paramount $1,335,000 $1,358,833 $+23,833 +1.8% 1,317 $1,335,000 $1,358,833 1
15 15 - The Wolf of Wall Street Paramount $1,230,000 $1,221,240 $-8,760 -0.7% 505 $114,579,000 $114,570,292 10
- 27 - Nebraska Paramount $405,000 $390,539 $-14,461 -3.6% 289 $17,133,000 $17,118,747 16
- 28 - Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Paramount $280,000 $272,025 $-7,975 -2.8% 367 $49,871,000 $49,862,801 7
- 51 - Labor Day Paramount $46,000 $47,776 $+1,776 +3.9% 107 $13,249,000 $13,250,522 5
- 77 - 20 Feet from Stardom Radius-TWC $5,200 $7,599 $+2,399 +46.1% 9 $4,879,100 $4,881,474 38
- 98 - Cutie and the Boxer Radius-TWC $1,400 $1,361 $-39 -2.8% 2 $198,600 $198,587 23
5 4 -1 3 Days to Kill Relativity $4,900,000 $4,950,813 $+50,813 +1.0% 2,872 $20,701,000 $20,751,696 2
- 35 - Gloria (2014) Roadside Attractions $166,000 $146,319 $-19,681 -11.9% 102 $1,610,000 $1,590,376 6
- 54 - In Secret Roadside Attractions $46,200 $42,755 $-3,445 -7.5% 109 $423,800 $420,309 2
4 5 +1 The Monuments Men Sony / Columbia $5,000,000 $4,940,198 $-59,802 -1.2% 3,002 $65,690,000 $65,633,171 4
6 6 - RoboCop (2014) Sony / Columbia $4,500,000 $4,508,609 $+8,609 +0.2% 2,885 $51,210,000 $51,220,053 3
11 11 - American Hustle Sony / Columbia $1,930,000 $1,921,945 $-8,055 -0.4% 945 $146,710,000 $146,710,375 12
23 23 - Stalingrad (2014) Sony / Columbia $500,000 $510,846 $+10,846 +2.2% 308 $500,000 $510,846 1
9 9 - About Last Night (2014) Sony / Screen Gems $3,400,000 $3,383,253 $-16,747 -0.5% 1,804 $43,750,000 $43,734,601 3
- 39 - Tim's Vermeer Sony Classics $146,000 $129,008 $-16,992 -11.6% 53 $508,000 $491,038 5
- 53 - The Lunchbox Sony Classics $51,300 $44,542 $-6,758 -13.2% 3 $51,300 $44,542 1
- 50 - The Past Sony Classics $50,800 $47,789 $-3,011 -5.9% 66 $1,225,000 $1,222,033 11
7 7 - Pompeii TriStar $4,300,000 $4,331,431 $+31,431 +0.7% 2,658 $17,740,000 $17,767,115 2
1 1 - Non-Stop Universal $30,019,000 $28,875,635 $-1,143,365 -3.8% 3,090 $30,019,000 $28,875,635 1
10 10 - Ride Along Universal $3,065,000 $3,037,680 $-27,320 -0.9% 1,869 $127,189,000 $127,161,080 7
12 12 - Endless Love (2014) Universal $1,658,000 $1,526,780 $-131,220 -7.9% 1,874 $22,321,000 $22,189,610 3
17 17 - Lone Survivor Universal $1,042,000 $1,026,650 $-15,350 -1.5% 1,017 $123,357,000 $123,341,616 10
3 3 - The LEGO Movie Warner Bros. $21,015,000 $20,828,356 $-186,644 -0.9% 3,770 $209,325,000 $209,138,440 4
19 19 - Gravity Warner Bros. $875,000 $889,300 $+14,300 +1.6% 340 $270,465,000 $270,478,831 22
- 26 - Her (2013) Warner Bros. $431,000 $421,049 $-9,951 -2.3% 250 $24,604,000 $24,594,344 11
- 29 - Winter's Tale Warner Bros. $245,000 $244,092 $-908 -0.4% 705 $12,315,000 $12,314,242 3
- 32 - The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Warner Bros. $204,000 $213,073 $+9,073 +4.4% 215 $256,952,000 $256,961,185 12
16 16 - Philomena Weinstein Company $1,224,000 $1,206,841 $-17,159 -1.4% 1,097 $34,629,000 $34,611,509 15
- 30 - August: Osage County Weinstein Company $246,000 $239,360 $-6,640 -2.7% 346 $37,073,000 $37,066,411 10
- 57 - Vampire Academy Weinstein Company $39,000 $39,359 $+359 +0.9% 111 $7,724,000 $7,724,804 4
TOTALS:$123,662,400$121,200,851$-2,461,549-2.0%40,235 
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* Production Budget in millions. On average, studios earn around 55 percent of the final gross.

Note: Studio Estimates are the estimated weekend grosses that each distributor makes for its own movies on Sunday mornings—based on grosses for Friday and Saturday plus a projection for Sunday. This chart view shows how accurate the studios were.



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