By Will Ashton
Returning to the number one spot again was Ride Along — which, in his second weekend, turned in $21.1 million. This brings its total domestic gross to $75.4 million.
Not doing as well was the only new wide release of the weekend, I, Frankenstein, which came in sixth place with only $8.2 million. With a budget of $65 million, it looks like this one is a flat-out bomb. Based on what I have heard, I can’t say I’m feeling too bad for it.
Meanwhile, last week’s The Nut Job seems to be holding out OK, coming in third with $12.3 million. This brings the domestic total to $40.2 million.
Also opening this weekend, in limited release, was Gimme Shelter, which pulled in $700,000.
Coming out next week is That Awkward Moment, with Labor Day coming out in wide release. Will That Awkward Moment take the number one spot? Let’s see.
Check out the full box office below:
Weekend: Domestic total:
1. Ride Along $21.1 million $75.4 million
2. Lone Survivor $12.6 million $93.6 million
3. The Nut Job $12.3 million $40.2 million
4. Frozen $9 million $347.8 million
5. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit $8.8 million $30.1 million
6. I, Frankenstein $8.2 million $8.2 million
7. American Hustle $7.1 million $127 million
8. August: Osage County $5.04 million $26.5 million
9. The Wolf of Wall Street $5 million $98 million
10. Devil’s Due $2.7 million $12.8 million