US box office top 10 – W/E 15/06/14

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Last week we had a bit of a shock when it came to the top of the chart as small drama The Fault in Our Stars went straight into the number one spot, this week however the movie finds itself being knocked off the top spot and replaced by extremely funny comedy sequel 22 Jump Street.

Like with the UK chart 22 Jump Street managed to outdo the previous film in the series in it’s opening weekend proving that not only Tatum and Hill make a good on screen duo but that the directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller are now one of the hottest properties in the world of film direction.

Only one other new movie went into this weeks chart and that went to another sequel in the form of animated adventure How to Train Your Dragon 2.

New Releases – I doubt the two biggest new films of the week will be able to challenge the might of this weeks top two however if your after something new then you have on offer drama Jersey Boys and comedy sequel Think Like a Man Too.

10. Chef – $2,276,000 – $14,076,000

9. Neighbors – $2,484,000 – $143,137,000

8. A Million Ways to Die in the West – $3,077,000 – $38,937,000

7. Godzilla – $3,155,000 – $38,937,000

6. X-Men: Days of Future Past – $9,500,000 – $205,940,000

5. The Fault in our Stars – $15,725,000 – $81,700,000

4. Edge of Tomorrow – $16,175,000 – $56,649,000

3. Maleficent – $19,008,000 – $163,525,000

2. How to Train Your Dragon 2 – (NE) – $50,000,000

1. 22 Jump Street – (NE) – $60,000,000

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Posted on June 15, 2014, in Box Office Charts and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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