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US Box Office Results: February 3 - 5, 2017

SPLIT holds off fellow horror film new comer, RINGS, to hold onto the #1 spot on the weekend movie chart. The film added $14.6 million tot its total, which is now just under $100 million, after 17 days of release. That is more than 10 times the production budget of the small film.

RINGS, a second sequel to the RING franchise, fell flat in its opening weekend, grossing just $13 million. A 12 year gap between movie two and three may have been to wide as the opening is the worst of the three movie, including 2002's first film take of $15 million.

The only other new release in the top ten was #9's THE SPACE BETWEN US. The Sci-fi drama only took in $3.8 million on 2,800 screens and had the lowest per-screen average of any movie in the ten, with $1,358.

  1. $14.6 million - Split
  2. $13.0 million - Rings
  3. $10.8 million - A Dog's Purpose
  4. $10.1 million - Hidden Figures
  5. $7.45 million - La La Land
  6. $4.50 million - Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
  7. $4.08 million - Sing
  8. $4.00 million - Lion
  9. $3.82 million - The Space Between Us
  10. $3.70 million - xXx: The Return of Xander Cage
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