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US Box Office Results: October 14 - 16, 2016

The Ben Affleck suspense thriller, THE ACCOUNTANT, was this weekend's top grossing movie, hauling in 24.7 million in its first three days of release. That is more than half of its $44 million production budget, of which it will come close to doubling by the time its theatrical run ends. This is a better opening weekend than recent Affleck suspense films, like THE TOWN and ARGO, but behind GONE GIRL, released in 2014.

The Stand-up comedy film, KEVIN HART: WHAT NOW?, was #2 on the weekend, grossing just under $12 million. It has already passed its $9.9 million production budget and now has the best opening weeend for a comedy concert film.

A quick look at the older fims on the chart, SULLY (#9) has grossed over $118 million in its six weeks of release. THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN (#7) is at $84 million after four weeks of release. And, SUICIDE SQUAD is still bringing in money, now in its 11th week, grossing $720k, in 630 theaters.
  1. $24.7 million - The Accountant
  2. $12.0 million - Kevin Hart: What Now?
  3. $12.0 million - The Girl on the Train (2016)
  4. $8.90 million - Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
  5. $6.35 million - Deepwater Horizon
  6. $5.60 million - Storks
  7. $5.20 million - The Magnificent Seven (2016)
  8. $4.25 million - Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life
  9. $2.96 million - Sully
  10. $2.72 million - The Birth of a Nation
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