Overall sales were slightly down at the box office during the week but good enough for filmmakers to consolidate on their total earnings. Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club which was making a debut at the box office lunched itself into the fifth position on the chart.
A production of Lions Gate, the film made $8.3 million from the 1,896 cinemas where it was exhibited in the US to hit number 5 on the chart.
Non-stop which was number three the previous week slipped to number 4 after grossing just $10.615 million from 3,183 theatres where it made appearance in the US. Non-Stop was produced by Universal Pictures. A little bit ahead at numbers three is Need for Speed, another new comer at the box office. A production of Buena Vista, Need for Speed made $17.808 million after making appearance in 3,115 theatres in the US to make it to number 3 on the chart.
300: Rise of an Empire which was number one last week was pushed to number 2 this week. Put together by Warner Brothers, Rise of an Empire scooped $19.105 from 3,490 viewing centres in the US to remain in the second position on the chart. Ironically, Peabody and Sherman which was number 2 last week pushed itself into reckoning as the most patronized movie at the box office after grossing $21.2 million from 3,951 viewing centres in the US.
A production of Fox Studios, the film was put together with the sum of $145 million but it has made over $68 million Dollars in just two weeks at the box office.