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‘Spectre’ Kills At Box Office

SpectreJames Bond and Charlie Brown’s gang re-energized the North American box office after a dismal few weekends. Spectre launched to $73 million from 3,972 theaters, the second-biggest opening for any film in the iconic spy franchise, and one of the top showings of the year to date. Still, some had expected the tentpole to approach $80 million domestically. Overseas, Spectre also dominated, grossing $117.8 million from 76 markets for a global weekend take of $190.8 million and early worldwide total of $300 million. It placed No. 1 everywhere.

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, November 8, are as follows:

RANK TITLE DISTRIBUTOR NAME REVENUE # OF LOCATIONS* LOC AVG CUME REVENUE
1 Spectre Sony $73,000,000 3,929 18,579 $73,000,000
2 Peanuts Movie, The 20th Century Fox $45,000,000 3,897 11,547 $45,000,000
3 Martian, The 20th Century Fox $9,300,000 2,855 3,257 $197,067,346
4 Goosebumps Sony $7,000,000 3,051 2,294 $66,475,954
5 Bridge Of Spies Disney $6,086,000 2,767 2,199 $54,971,952
6 Hotel Transylvania 2 Sony $3,600,000 2,274 1,583 $161,343,404
7 Burnt The Weinstein Company $3,003,000 3,003 1,000 $10,211,287
8 Last Witch Hunter, The Lionsgate $2,650,000 2,286 1,159 $23,571,701
9 Intern, The Warner Bros. $1,810,000 1,071 1,690 $71,407,251
10 Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension Paramount $1,650,000 1,087 1,517 $16,281,378
11 Our Brand Is Crisis Warner Bros. $1,500,000 2,202 681 $6,000,632
12 Woodlawn Pure Flix $1,185,000 922 1,285 $12,572,198

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