1). Captain America: The Winter Soldier (DIS), 3,938 theaters / $37M Fri. / $34.4M to $34.6M Sat. / 3-day cume: $95.8M to $96.2M / Wk 1
2). Noah (PAR), 3,571 theaters (+4) / $4.9M Fri./ $7.2M Sat. / 3-day cume: $16.8M to $17M (-61%) / Total cume: $72M+ / Wk 2
3). Divergent (LGF), 3,631 theaters (-305) / $4.1M Fri. / $5.8M Sat. / 3-day cume: $13M (-49%) / Total cume: $114M / Wk 3
4). God’s Not Dead (FREE), 1,758 theaters (+580) / $2.2M Fri. / $3M Sat. / 3-day cume: $7.3M to $7.8M (-12%) / Total cume: $32.1M to $32.6M / Wk 3
5/6). Muppets Most Wanted (DIS), 3,052 theaters (-142) / $1.5M Fri. / $2.8M Sat. / 3-day cume: $6.1M to $6.2M (-45%) / Total Cume: $42.1M to $42.3M / Wk 3
The Grand Budapest Hotel (FSL), 1,263 theaters (+286) / $1.8M Fri. / $2.6M Sat. / 3-day cume: $6.1M to $6.3M (-27%) / Total cume: $33.2M to $33.6M / Wk 5
7). Mr. Peabody And Sherman (FOX), 2,931 theaters (-368) / $1.29M Fri. / $2.3M Sat. / 3-day cume: $5M to $5.3M (-43%) / Total cume: $101.9M to $102.2M / Wk 5
8/9/10). Sabotage (OPRD), 2,486 theaters / $560K Fri. / $812K Sat. / 3-day cume: $1.89M (-65%) / Total cume: $8.6M / Wk 2
Non-Stop (UNI), 2,515 theaters (-430) / $560K Fri./ $800K Sat. / 3-day cume: $1.7M to $1.8M (-54%) / Total cume: $88.2M / Wk 6
Need for Speed (DIS), 1779 theaters (-926) / $525K Fri. / $800K Sat. / 3-day cume: $1.7M to $1.8M (-59%) / Total cume: $40.8M / WK 4 ...
And Mr. Peabody cracks $100 million.
Meantime, Captain America will have a fine weekend in the U.S. and Canada.
With a strong marketing effort, positive reviews, and virtually no competition, Captain America: The Winter Soldier will likely open to at least $90 million at the domestic box office.
The movie got an early start overseas last weekend, earning $75.2 million from 32 territories. Across its Top 10 markets, Captain America opened 17 percent lower than Thor: The Dark World, which suggests it may be tough to match that movie's $438 million total. This weekend, Captain America expands in to Russia, Australia and China. ...
U.S.-centered movies mostly do okay but are not chart busters in other parts of the world.
Add On: Scott Mendelson at Forbes tells us:
... Mr. Peabody and Sherman earned $1.3 million Friday, bringing its cume to $98.2m. It should cross $100m domestic by tomorrow. ...
The LEGO Movie earned another $0.355m, -51%, to bring its domestic total to $249.561m. It’s also mostly finished in America, with the last stop being surpassing the $251m domestic haul of Despicable Me to become the biggest non-sequel animated film outside of Pixar/Disney. ...