Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: November 10, 2013

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Nov 10 Box Office Thor 2 Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: November 10, 2013

Marvel dominates the box office once again, while the rest of the top 10 holds relatively strong.

Thor: The Dark World (read our review) comes in at number 1 with $86.1 million, a solid improvement over its predecessor’s $65 million debut – not to mention the film is doing extremely well overseas and has amassed $327 million worldwide.

While Thor 2‘s opening is well behind Iron Man 3‘s massive $174 million debut earlier this year, it still proves that Marvel’s stock is on the way up in a post-Avengers world. We’ll see how high Thor can soar in the coming weeks.

Coming in at number 2 is Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa with $11.3 million. Now at $78 million total, this Jackass spin-off is the second highest grossing film in the series and should finish somewhere around $100 million.

Not far behind is Free Birds in the number 3 spot with $11.18 million. As the only kid-friendly option in the top 10, Free Birds held well and is now up to $30 million.

Last Vegas Douglas Freeman Kline De Niro Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: November 10, 2013

And not far behind Free Birds, in the number 4 spot, is Last Vegas with $11.1 million. The senior-focused comedy has surpassed its $28 million budget and is now at $33 million total.

Falling to the number 5 spot this weekend is Ender’s Game with $10.2 million. The film showed promise coming out of Comic-Con, but a paltry $44 million after two weeks is well below expectations.

In at number 6 is Gravity with $8.4 million. There isn’t much more to say about Gravity besides the fact it has grossed $231 million domestic (#7 for 2013) and $472 million worldwide (#10 for 2013).

12 Years a Slave holds at number 7 with $6.6 million. The film expanded to 1,144 screens this weekend and saw a 37% bump in grosses. It’s now at $17 million domestic.

The number 8 film this weekend is Captain Phillips with $5.8 million. The film is now at $90 million domestic after 5 weeks.

About Time McAdams Gleeson Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: November 10, 2013

Jumping up to the number 9 spot this weekend is About Time (read our review) with $5.1 million. The time-traveling romance from director Richard Curtis expanded to 1,200 screens this weekend and seemingly provided decent counterprogramming to the other films out there. About Time is now at $6 million total.

In at number 10 is Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 with $2.8 million. Sony’s animated sequel is now at $109 million total.

Outside the top 10: the Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone team-up Escape Plan opened in international markets this week and has reportedly grossed about $53 million so far. It appears the aged action stars still have a fanbase after all. Additionally, Dallas Buyers Club (read our review) expanded to 35 screens and pulled in $629,000 ($27,000/screen).

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[NOTE: These are only weekend box office estimates - based on Friday and Saturday ticket sales coupled with adjusted expectations for Sunday. Official weekend box office results will be released on Tuesday, November 12th - at which time we'll update this post with any changes.]

Source: Box Office Mojo

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TAGS: 12 years a slave, about time, bad grandpa, box office, Captain Phillips, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, Dallas Buyers Club, ender's game, Free Birds, gravity, last vegas, thor 2

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  1. Bobby Hardesty

    I loved it so much better then Thor 1 and even better then Iron Man 3

    • Man Truong

      With that twist, too much humor and anticlimactic fights, yeah I think anything is better than Iron Man 3. Can’t even watch that trilogy anymore.

    • Anything is better than IM3.

    • David Johnson

      Much better that Thor1. Iron man 3 sucks lol

    • Henrik Dønnestad

      Agreed!

      • Wow, I think it really is the same person posting these comments, they all seem to think (rather ridiculously) that IM3 was bad when actually, it’s just their opinions that suck.

        • Or maybe Dazz just really likes to be edgy

        • …or, maybe, IM3 really DID suck. Dazz, you get upset when people speak ill of your sweet IM3, but THEN, you do the EXACT same thing when talking about MOS. What’s worse is that you think a person is dumb if they disliked IM3 but liked MOS. Since it’s all just opinion-based anyway, don’t you think you’re coming across as exceedingly obnoxious and hypocritical? Sure, those who like one and not the other will defend the former and critique the latter…everyone does that at some point. Welcome to human nature. Just don’t put yourself on a pedestal when a good number of people don’t agree with you.

          Just so you know I’m not attacking you, remember that you and I BOTH loved the Nolan Batman trilogy and have agreed on various smaller points over the course of our respective times at SR. However, I loved MOS, despised IM3, liked (as one enjoys cotton candy), and enjoyed Thor2 as an acceptable “Phase 2″ movie.

          None of these differences of opinion make either one of us (or countless others) dumber OR smarter than the other(s)…no matter how much that irks you.

          • Sigh…that should be “liked (as one enjoys cotton candy) ‘The Avengers’”.

    • Iron Man 3 was….ugh. The first one was like an A, the second one was probably a B. But the third was maybe a C or a D.

  2. Nelson Summerfield

    even better

  3. Better!!!

  4. 1 million times better… The Avengers barley holds a candle to it

  5. If it had done worse I would’ve been EXTREMELY surprised.

  6. Best MARVEL film to date

  7. Can’t wait to see it.

  8. Better and also better than any Marvel Movie on a three day weekend.

  9. I thought it was a great follow up – possibly better than the first one. The integration of humour and more action made it a worthwhile viewing.

  10. Abujalma M Noh

    Jane Foster is useless in this moviw

  11. Joshua Bluemel

    Better Than Iron Man 3 and The Wolverine and Hemsworth Thor had a better performance Than Hiddlestons Loki and Malekith was awesome But Man Of Steel is King of All Superhero Films

    • Batman Begins > Man of Steel

  12. Dustin Curran

    Yea I loved it and thought it was even better than the first

  13. Matthew Hartman

    As far as the solo hero Marvel movies, this IMO has been the best yet.

  14. Is everyone the same person in the comment section?

    • Haha, I wondered that myself.

      Probably just the people commenting on Facebook and messing up our lovely website comments section.

      Stay out of our bubble! Begone, social networkers!

      *grumble*

      • Oh, didn’t know you can comment from Facebook.

        • I’ve never seen any of my fb comments end up on the website comments section.

          • Maybe they modified it? Who knows, dope seeing more comments though.

            • That would explain the rise in dbags.

              • That would be an excellent Seth Rogen superhero parody movie.

                “Rise Of The D-Bags”

                • The sequel would be called, full of dbags.

          • Seems to only be happening this week.

            I haven’t commented direct through FB for at least a month so it must be a new thing.

    • I’m a schizo so maybe.

    • The first 9 or 10 comments from , Bobby Hardesty, Nelson Summerfield, Krysta Jo, Michael Arsenault, Martin Michea , Cyborg 6971, Davidson L Haworth, Davidson L Haworth, Darren Smashing Brown, Abujalma M Noh are all some kind of concentrated effort to infiltrate this thread with the “same message.”

      One pithy comment would have sufficed.

      Either the most lonely THOR fan in the multiverse has been locked in his basement for a series of eternities, with a dozen Facebook and/or newly made up Screen Rant accounts OR a Disney/Marvel marketing executive has lost his mind.

      Maybe both.

  15. I wouldn’t say it was better than the first one because I loved the first one as much as I loved this one too.

    Honestly, the only bad Marvel movies in my view are The Avengers and Man-Thing.

    • IM2 is better than the Avengers?

      SMFH x 1000

      • Im2 is better than im3.

        • I wouldn’t say that, I’d put IM3 as second best in the IM trilogy. It was a great movie but the first seemed to have much more satisfaction overall until the final third whereas IM3 let me down in the opening scene, button scene, the interrogation scene and the final fight.

          • The only Iron Man film I enjoyed was the first one but I definitely put Iron Man 3 ahead of the second one. Iron Man 2 had such a simple story it annoyed me. Iron Man 3 was too comedic for my tastes but I was glad they did something relatively new with the story compared to the other films in the Marvel franchise.

      • I thought so but only mildly better. Bit of a mess of a story and some of the sequences in it seemed out of place or lacking but yeah, better than Avengers.

        SMH x infinity at your apparent mindset that everyone must love the same movies.

        • IM2 had nothing likeable about it, but whatever.

          • Sam Rockwell.

            • This.

              Rockwell was great. I want more Justin Hammer in future.

          • not even War Machine/Iron Man in the pocket against the drones come on…that was bada$$

  16. Ironman 3 was by far the worst!

  17. Much better.

  18. Justin J. Lopez

    Better

  19. Definitely better than the first, but there’s still room for improvement.

  20. Def. Better

  21. Loki is a BOSS!

    • How much does he pay you? Minimum wage?

  22. Better obviously but the post=credits scene was lame

  23. Julio C. Mejia

    was awesome!!! much better than the first one

  24. Crescencio Flores

    I’m watching Thor 2 possibly tomorrow night, I am curious to see why Thor went to Earth for Jane. If my my kingdom was under attack, I would have taken Iron Man instead of a useless chick. Hope she is a big help of some sort!!!

    • Did you even WATCH/LISTEN to the movie?
      By your comments it seems you were busy texting and/or talking during the film. Were you the one at my showing in Morgantown, WV that wouldn’t shut the eff up or put down the cell phone?

  25. Short Change

    Im watching it right now and it is great so far!

    • Then get off your bloody phone and stop distracting everyone around you.

  26. It was SO GOOD. I thought it was so much fun!

  27. Nathan Bechtold

    Best sequel to a film in AGES!

  28. I’ll be seeing Thor 2 on Tuesday. My local theater does $6 2D showings on Tuesdays. Might even do a double feature of Thor 2 and Enders Game.

    • I vowed to never do double features again aha. I remember watching two movies once and my butt was numb from sitting for almost 5 hours lol.

      • Now you know how viewers of Terence Malick movies feel lol

        • Terrence malick is a god of cinema
          Tree of life is the greatest movie of all time

      • Ah, you young ‘uns – time was when practically every major film was shown with a full-length B movie attached. :-)

  29. LOVED IT!!!

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