Transformers 4 Remains On Top of the Box Office
According to reports, the Fourth of July weekend was weak at the box office. Without any blockbuster competition,Transformers: Age of Extinction remained at the top of the box office with an estimated $36.4 million. That has the film dropping 64% from the previous weekend and in two weeks it has racked up a domestic total of $714.7 million. Overseas the film has topped $400 million already.
As far as other “comic book” movies Edge of Tomorrow, which is based on the Japanese light novel/manga series All You Need Is Kill, fell to #10 in its fifth weekend. The film added $3.6 million which brings its domestic total to $90.9 million. The film has earned $248.6 million overseas.
Snowpiercer is one of the summer’s best-reviewed action films, around 93% positive on Rotten Tomatoes. The film, based on a French graphic novel, expanded from 8 to 250 theaters. The film earned just under $1 million.
X-Men: Days of Future Past was in 13th and earned $1.84 million which brings its domestic total to $227.1 million. Captain America: The Winter Soldier earned $338,000 and brought its domestic total to $257.8 million. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 finally fell off the charts.
When it comes to 2014, domestically, Cap remains in 1st place, Days of Future Past in third, and Spidey is fifth. Globally Days of Future Past is in first with $724.7 million, The Winter Soldier is second at $711.8 million, and Spider-Man 2 is third at $704.2 million.