War Room once again exceeded expectations, moving up to the #1 spot with $9,450,000, less than the previous week’s intake of $11, 351,398 but a smaller drop off than Straight Outta ComptonCompton took a 32.6% drop to land in second place with $8,250,000, knocking it down from several weeks at the number one spot in the domestic box office.

A Walk in the Woods opened in third place, just below Compton‘s second spot with $8,250,000.

The Transporter: Refueled ran out of gas disappointing with a disappointing opening in fourth place with $7,220,000. This was the one without Jason Statham, in case people were curious about the movie not garnering audience interest.

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation deservedly hangs on to the top five with $7,180,000.

No Escape continued to trail MI, $5,448,000 million.

Overseas Numbers

Terminator Genisys is back at the #1 spot in the international market with #11.5 million. International gross is now $435.9 million. Wow. Hm.

Jurassic World broke $1 billion internationally.

Breaking Records

In the most disappointing Labor Day box office weekend in years, it’s the only week of the year where not a single movie broke the  $10 million slot.

Prediction Time

If I get this right I will dye my hair blue

  1. The Visit
  2. Straight Outta Compton
  3. War Room
  4. Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation
  5. The Perfect Guy

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