Monday September 2, 2013 2:04 am
Box Office Breakdown: One Direction Film Claims Number One Spot
Posted by Robin Paulson Categories: 20th Century Fox, Buena Vista, FOCUS, Disney, Lionsgate, Warner Bros, Weinstein Company, Action, Adaptation, Adventure, Animation, Biopics, Documentary, Drama, Family, Foreign, Foreign Language, Music, Period, Science Fiction, Sequels, Comedy, Box Office, New Releases
Oscar buzz-worthy dramas like Lee Daniels' The Butler are apparently no match for One Direction fans.
The concert documentary - which debuted this Labor Day weekend - took in $17 million, reducing Lee Daniels' The Butler to second place with $14.7 million. We're the Millers also dropped one place - from two to three - with $12.6 million in its fourth week while Planes also fell one spot to number four with $7.7 million. Instructions Not Included debuted in fifth place with $7.5 million.
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1. One Direction: This is Us, TriStar, $17,000,000 (avg. $6,216)
2. Lee Daniels' The Butler, The Weinstein Co., $14,742,000 (avg. $4,427)
3. We're the Millers, Warner Bros., $12,610,000 (avg. $3,660)
4. Planes, Disney, $7,756,000 (avg. $2,380)
5. Instructions Not Included, Lionsgate, $7,500,000 (avg. $21,614)
6. Elysium, TriStar, $6,300,000 (avg. $2,481)
7. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, ScreenGem, $5,200,000 (avg. $1,668)
8. The World's End, Focus, $4,759,000 (avg. $3,064)
9. Getaway (2013), Warner Bros., $4,505,000 (avg. $2,115)
10. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, Fox, $4,425,000 (avg. $1,849)
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