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Sunday Update. Sony's 1-2 Punch: "Think Like A Man Too" Tops The Chart at $30 Million, "22 Jump Street"

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by Jim Amos
June 21, 2014 11:52 AM
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Although last night was a bit less than expected, "Think Like A Man Too" still had enough juice to hold onto the #1 spot as it was a Sonyfest this weekend with their "22 Jump Street" finishing a very close second.  Congratulations to Jeff, Clint, Dwight, Rory, Adrian and everyone over at Sony for successive #1 weekends and their summer looks to roll on in the coming weeks as well with both "Sex Tape" and "Deliver Us From Evil" looking strong. 

Elsewhere "How To Train Your Dragon 2" took a head scratching 49% drop in its second week, "Maleficent" held in well again, declining only 29%, "The Fault In Our Stars" looks to be settling in for a while, dropping 41% but still amassing $8.6 million.  Open Road's "Chef" continues to prepare box office delights (ouch) with another $1.8 million, bringing its overall take to almost $17 million and lastly, A24's "The Rover" had a disappointing expansion, with only $500,000 from 600 locations.

1)   THINK LIKE A MAN TOO---SONY/SCREEN GEMS---$30.0 MILLION

2)   22 JUMP STREET---SONY---$29.0 MILLION---4% DROP

3)   HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2---DREAMWORKS/FOX---$25.3 MILLION---49% DROP

4)   JERSEY BOYS---WARNER BROTHERS---$13.5 MILLION

5)   MALEFICENT---BUENA VISTA---$13.0 MILLION---29% DROP

6)   EDGE OF TOMORROW---WARNER BROTHERS---$10.3 MILLION---37% DROP

7)   THE FAULT IN OUR STARS---FOX---$8.6 MILLION---41% DROP

8)   X-MEN:DAYS OF FUTURE PAST---FOX---$6.2 MILLION---36% DROP

9)   CHEF---OPEN ROAD---$1.8 MILLION---15% DROP

10) GODZILLA---WARNER BROTHERS---$1.8 MILLION---45% DROP


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1 Comment

  • MzLadyP | June 21, 2014 6:34 PMReply

    Think Like A Man Too was funny. The police mug shot scene of the cast was HILARIOUS!!!! Especially Kevin Hart!!!!!!!! I almost wet myself laughing so hard. Go see the movie.

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