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US Box Office Results: January 27 - 29, 2017

Little movies rule the top of this week's box office and the top five movies of the weekend were each made for $40 million, or less. The #1 movie, for the second straight weekend, SPLIT, was made for just $9 million. It made another $26.3 million, bringing its 10-day total to a robust $78 million. SPLIT only lost 34% from last week's take.

New movie, A DOG'S PURPOSE was #2 for the weekend, grossing $18.4 million in its first three days, falling just $3.6 million short of its $22 million production budget.

HIDDEN FIGURES continues to draw in audiences, adding another $14 million to its total and crossing over the $100 million mark. That is four time the production budget of the movie and it is still going strong.

The latest, and perhaps last, RESIDENT EVIL movie only brought in $14 million, for the #4 spot. Made for just $40 million, this movie will struggle to come close to making up its production budget.
  1. $26.3 million - Split
  2. $18.4 million - A Dog's Purpose
  3. $14.0 million - Hidden Figures
  4. $13.9 million - Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
  5. $12.1 million - La La Land
  6. $8.25 million - xXx: The Return of Xander Cage
  7. $6.21 million - Sing
  8. $5.12 million - Rogue One: A Star Wars
  9. $4.10 million - Monster Trucks
  10. $3.47 million - Gold
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