Box Office Results (10.13.13)

Gravity-film-still-009Lasting at #1 every day since its debut and currently #1 in many of the international charts, ‘Gravity‘ (WB) continues to captivate, grossing more as time goes by. This week, #2 goes to ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2‘ (Sony), ‘Runner Runner‘ (Fox) takes #3, ‘Prisoners‘ (WB) takes #4, with ‘Rush (2013)‘ (Uni.) at #5. ‘Don Jon‘ (Rela.) grinds into #6, Paula Patton’s ‘Baggage Claim‘ (FoxS) drops to #7, the second chapter of ‘Insidious‘ (FD) takes #8, and Emmy winner Julia-Louis Dreyfus brings ‘Enough Said‘ (FoxS) to #9. The #10 movie at the box office during the week was ‘Pulling Strings‘ (LGF), featuring Laura Ramsey, Jaime Camil, and Omar Chaparro.

This weekend, ‘Machete Kills‘ (ORF) is star studs its way to #4, featuring many of the top beauties in various roles. Sandra Bullock and George Clooney orbit at #1 as ‘Captain Phillips‘ (Sony) is hijacked into #2, the meatballs drop down to #3 and ‘Runner Runner‘ takes #5. ‘Prisoners‘ races into #6, the scary chapter 2 down to #7, ‘Rush (2013)‘ tumbles down to #8, ‘Don Jon‘ to #9, with ‘Baggage Claim‘ holding on to #10.

Rank Title Studio
1 Gravity Warner Bros.
2 Captain Phillips Sony
3 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 Sony
4 Machete Kills Open Road Films
5 Runner Runner Fox
6 Prisoners Warner Bros.
7 Insidious Chapter 2 FilmDistrict
8 Rusher (2013) Universal
9 Don Jon Relativity
10 Baggage Claim Fox Searchlight

Outside of the top 10, ‘Romeo and Juliet (2013)‘ (Rela.) is released into #18, which is slightly disappointing, along with the festival favorite, ‘The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete‘ (LGF) starring Jennifer Hudson at #23. Strangely enough, ‘Escape from Tomorrow‘ (PDA) spun scary tea cups into #34, but I blame poor advertising and story.

This week, ‘Carrie‘ will be released on October 17th, just before limited releases of possible 2014 Oscar favorites, ‘12 Years a Slave‘, ‘All is Lost‘ featuring Robert Redford, and ‘The Fifth Estate‘ in national release on October 18th, along with several more limited releases in New York and Los Angeles. Don’t forget to check out the pre-ordering opportunities for Blu-ray and DVDs this week because there are a lot!