Captain America: The Winter Soldier will have no problem winning the domestic box office in its opening weekend. Dom Hemingway starring Jude Law and Richard E. Grant also makes its debut.
Recapping Last Weekend
Noah, the film loosely based on the bible story brought in $44 million with mixed reviews from audiences. Divergent took the second spot with $25.6 million. In its second week, that film has already brought in $95 million, $10 million more than its budget. Muppets Most Wanted took the third spot with $11.3 million in its second weekend. Mr. Peabody & Sherman took the fourth spot with just over $9 million. Its ticket sales dropped 23.3% from the previous weekend while playing in 308 fewer theaters.
The Christian film God’s Not Dead continued its strong run with just under $9 million; good enough to round out the top five. The film starring Kevin Sorbo and Willie Robertson of Duck Dynasty, moved into 398 more theaters, but dropped 4.5% in revenue. Sabotage had a dismal opening weekend with an estimated $5.3 million. Noah brought in more, $6.2 million, on IMAX screens alone.
Opening This Weekend
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Chris Evans is back in this sequel to 2011’s Captain America: The First Avenger, which made $176 million domestically and almost $194 million overseas. The newest film opened last week overseas and brought in a healthy $75 million. It was strongest in South Korea, where it opened to almost $11 million, and the United Kingdom, where is brought in just over $10 million.
Aside from Evans, Samuel L. Jackson returns as Nick Fury and Scarlett Johansson plays Black Widow. Emily VanCamp, star of Revenge, plays Agent 13, who is tasked with watching over Captain America by Fury. Stan Lee, the co-creator of almost ever Marvel main character, again makes a cameo, this time as a Smithsonian security guard.
This violent British comedy stars Jude Law as a safecracker who gets released from prison after 12 years.
Catch It Before It’s Gone
The “land of misft movies” adds Gravity, The Wind Rises, 12 Years A Slave, The Players and The Other Side of the Tracks. Even though Gravity is out on dvd now, Keller 8 Cinemas is giving you one of your last opportunities to see it on the big screen.
The Wind Rises is about Jiro Horikoshi, who designed Japanese fighter planes during World War II.
Make It A Redbox Night
12 Years A Slave makes its way to Redbox this week as does Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Captain America: The First Avenger also makes a return to the red box for those wanting to brush up before seeing the new one. The Bag Man stars John Cusack, Robert De Niro, Crispin Glover and Dominic Purcell. It hasn’t gotten the greatest reviews, but it might be worth your $1.20
In theaters August 8, 2014, stars Scarlett Johnansson and Morgan Freeman.
Step Up All In
Adam G. Sevani returns as Moose and he’s joined by Briana Evigan from Step Up 2: The Streets and Alyson Stoner from Step up and Step Up 3D on July 25, 2014
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