|  News |  Film Reviews |  Columns |  DVD/Other Reviews |  News Report |
// The 10 Worst Justice League Members of All Time
// Nicki Minaj's Crazy 'Anaconda' Video Is Here & It's Booty-Filled
// Full WWE Smackdown Taping Results (SPOILERS)
// Ryan Bader: Forever a Gatekeeper
// Four Player Co-op: Has Sony hit on a good idea with PS Share Play?

//  The Expendables 3 Review [2]
//  The Expendables 3 Review
//  411 On Tour: Secret Cinema Presents Back To The Future Review
//  Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review
//  Guardians of the Galaxy Review
//  Guardians Of The Galaxy Review [2]
//  The Dark Knight Rises
//  The Avengers
//  Prometheus
//  The Amazing Spider-Man
//  Iron Man 3
//  The Hobbit

411mania RSS Feeds

Follow 411mania on Twitter!

Add 411 On Facebook

 411mania » Movies » News

X-Men: Days of Future Past Scores $36 Million on Opening Day
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 05.24.2014

Box Office Mojo reports that X-Men: Days of Future Past had a strong opening on Friday with an estimated $36 million on Friday. The film is expected to make well over $100 million for the extended holiday weekend.

X-Men's opening day fell just short of Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($36.9 million), which still holds the record for the biggest opening weekend this year. It did however surpass the opening day for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ($35.2 million). The opening day was lower, though, than X-Men: the Last Stand, which was released in 2006 and had an opening day of $45.1 million. The Last Stand later went on to gross $234 million domestically and $459 million worldwide. The Last Stand, which also opened on Memorial Day weekend, had a holiday weekend take of $122 million.

The movie has strong reviews and currently has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 91 percent and an A CinemaScore. The movie will likely make just under $110 million for the four-day weekend.

Godzilla dropped 77 percent for it's second Friday and made only $8.8 million. The cinematic reboot of the popular kaiju icon will likely earn less than $40 million for the holiday weekend.

Adam Sandler's new comedy, Blended, opened with only $4.4 million on Friday. That's a lower opening day than Jack and Jill ($9.8 million) and his 2012 flop That's My Boy ($4.6 million). The movie could still play to families over the long weekend, but it might only manage under $20 million.


The 10 Worst Justice League Members

Ryan Bader: Forever a Gatekeeper

411 Remembers Robin Williams

comments powered by Disqus

Copyright (c) 2011 411mania.com, LLC. All rights reserved.
Click here for our privacy policy. Please help us serve you better, fill out our survey.
Use of this site signifies your agreement to our terms of use.