US Cinema Charts October 13 2017

It’s that time of the week when we take a quick look at what movies are hot at the US cinema, these figures are for US cinema charts October 13 2017.


US Cinema Charts October 13 2017
  MovieDistributorGross
1NewHappy Death DayUniversal$26,039,025
2(1)Blade Runner 2049Warner Bros$15,492,244
3NewThe ForeignerSTX Entertainment$13,113,024
4(3)ItWarner Bros$6,055,633
5(2)The Mountain Between Us20th Century Fox$5,750,951
6(6)American MadeUniversal$5,500,950
7(5)Kingsman: The Golden Circle20th Century Fox$5,379,417
8(7)The Lego Ninjago MovieWarner Bros$4,316,424
9(4)My Little Pony: The MovieLionsgate$4,111,877
10(8)Victoria and AbdulFocus Features$3,006,155

For some unknown reason audiences in the US have stayed away from Blade Runner 2049 meaning its stay at the top of the US cinema charts only lasts one week.  The sci-fi movie drops to number two with takings of only $15,492,244 which won’t please Warner Bros.  That means that new entry Happy Death Day is this week’s number one taking $26,039,025.

There was one other new entry this week The Foreigner which lands at number three taking $13,113,024.  Stephen King’s IT is at four taking $6,055,633.  Cinema takings rank from $26 million at the top to just over $3 million at the bottom which is not all that impressive depite several big movies still in the top 10.

Which of these films did you go to see and was it worthy of your time? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below:

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Don’t forget to check back on Thursday as we take a look at this week’s new cinema releases along with their movie trailers.

One of this week’s new cinema releases is Geostorm, more on that on Thursday.

I’ll leave you with the movie trailer for Happy Death Day

 

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