Last weekend, ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ set a November box office record with the highest opening for the month ever with a little more than $158 million brought in. With November coming to an end and ‘Catching Fire’ setting records, I thought it would be cool to see what other movies make up Novembers top ten all time box office openings list. Just a little heads up, you might see two popular franchises dominate this list and maybe even another movie from 2013 will appear too.
The opening weekend numbers for ‘Thor: The Dark World’ are still being finalized but it’s looking like the sequel will be number one at the box office domestically with $86.1 million. That amount is better than its predecessors opening but it’s not even close to the opening for ‘Marvel’s The Avenger’. So I bet your wondering how exactly it beat ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’.
Its looking like when ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ is released on November 22nd, all of its competition should prepare to be annihilated. ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ is projected to open with between $140 million and $150 million. Some even believe the sequel could reach up to $185 million. The latter opening would be more than ‘The Hunger Games’, which opened with $152.5 million (which is still pretty great).
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With the numerous “based on a true story” movies being released in the past few years, there have been quite a few controversies surrounding them. Recently, The Fifth Estate and Captain Phillips have both been had their truthfulness challenged by those portrayed in the movie.
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‘Gravity’ just got done with its second weekend at the box office. The movies critical acclaim and positive word of mouth definitely was beneficial for it as it barely took a hit at the box office. According to Box Office Mojo. ‘Gravity’ brought in $43.2 million in its second weekend, which is only a 22.6% drop from its opening weekend numbers of $55.8 million.