Magazine article Screen International

Exodus Wins Modest US Session on $24.5M

Magazine article Screen International

Exodus Wins Modest US Session on $24.5M

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Fox's Biblical epic from Ridley Scott Exodus: Gods And Kings flooded into the US charts on an estimated $24.5m as Mockingjay - Part 1 crossed $275m in its fourth weekend.

Chris Rock's Top Five arrived in fourth place on $7.2m from 979 theatres through Paramount as Wild surged into the top ten through Fox Searchlight and Inherent Vice delivered a spectacular limited debut via Warner Bros.

Top Five made headlines back in September for injecting life into an otherwise subdued Toronto opening weekend, prompting Paramount to pounce on world rights.

Rock stars alongside Rosario Dawson and the broad comedy averaged $7,365 per venue.

Wild starring Golden Globe nominee Reese Witherspoon climbed five places to number 10 after expanding from 21 to 115 sites in the second session. An estimated $1.6m elevated the tally to $2.4m.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 fell to number two on $13.2m for $277.4m through Lionsgate, while Penguins Of Madagascar ranks third through Fox on $7.3m for $58.8m after three.

Disney's Big Hero 6 ranks fifth on $185.3m after six weekends and Interstellar in sixth place has amassed $166.8m through Paramount within the same period.

Inherent Vice, the Paul Thomas Anderson adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's drug-infused, 1970-set noir starring Joaquin Phoenix, arrived outside the top ten on $330,000 from five venues for a $66,000 average.

Birdman ranks 11th and added $1.3m for $20.8m after nine weekends through Fox Searchlight. Gone Girl has generated $164.4m through Fox after 11, Foxcatcher $3.4m through SPC after five and Whiplash $4. …

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