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Weekend Box Office Report: October 30-November 1, 2015

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The Martian still survives at #1!

Matt Damon's stranded astronaut continues to persevere, keeping THE MARTIAN on top at the box office with an estimated $11.4 million!

Now approaching $200 million domestic and passing $425 million worldwide, Ridley Scott's red planet thriller led the pack on a slow Halloween weekend as GOOSEBUMPS and Steven Spielberg's BRIDGE OF SPIES retained their second and third place positions from last week.

Adam Sandler's HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 2 benefitted from the spooky spirit, jumping up a spot to fourth with $5.8 million as the animated monster mash crossed $150 million domestic.

Opening behind it in fifth was the new Bradley Cooper chef comedy-drama BURNT (previously titled ADAM JONES) with $5 million. It's the second miss for the actor this year after Cameron Crowe's ALOHA started with $9.6 million in May, but he's still got AMERICAN SNIPER's $547 million worldwide finish as a feather in his cap.

Vin Diesel's action-fantasy THE LAST WITCH HUNTER moved to sixth with $4.7 million, a drop of 56% from its debut last week. PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE GHOST DIMENSION placed seventh with $3.4 million, down 57% from its opening (the $5 million final entry in the series has made over $50 million worldwide). It's also the only straight horror offering in the Top 10 -- movie fans looking for hardcore frights for Halloween may have simply sought on-demand or streaming options.

Opening in eighth was OUR BRAND IS CRISIS with $3.4 million. The R-rated comedy-drama from director David Gordon Green marks the lowest opening ever for star Sandra Bullock, just two years after her double-whammy success of THE HEAT and GRAVITY. Perhaps audiences are already too exhausted with the country's political game for the movie's subject matter, and the 32% Rotten Tomatoes average from critics also probably didn't help.

Guillermo del Toro's R-rated Gothic tale CRIMSON PEAK was in ninth with $3.1 million, followed by STEVE JOBS at the bottom of the list. Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin's look at the Apple co-founder doesn't seem to be attracting word-of-mouth business, dropping 63% on its second weekend in wide release.

Outside the chart, THE INTERN and SICARIO slipped out of sight, and the new horror-comedy SCOUTS GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE lurched onto 1500 screens and collected $1.7 million (it also hits VOD in just a couple of weeks). Last week's DOA releases ROCK THE KASBAH and JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS fared even worse on their second weekends, dropping 76% and 78% respectively from their already-meager openings.

Next weekend has Daniel Craig's latest 007 mission SPECTRE (breaking box office records in its UK release this week with $63 million there already), along with computer-animated Charlie Brown and Snoopy in THE PEANUTS MOVIE. Limited releases include the Bryan Cranston blacklist drama TRUMBO and the church scandal SPOTLIGHT.

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# MOVIE TITLE WKND $ TOTAL $
1. The Martian $11.4 M $182.8 M
2. Goosebumps $10.2 M $57.1 M
3. Bridge of Spies $8 M $45.2 M
4. Hotel Transylvania 2 $5.8 M $156 M
5. Burnt $5 M
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6. The Last Witch Hunter $4.7 M $18.6 M
7. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension $3.4 M $13.5 M
8. Our Brand Is Crisis $3.4 M
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9. Crimson Peak $3.1 M $27.7 M
10. Steve Jobs $2.5 M $14.5 M

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Source: Box Office Mojo

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8:47PM on 11/01/2015
Studios really shit the bed this year with how they released the more Adult oriented titles. Everest and The Walk should have been over 100 million dollar earners, but their staggard release killed it's commercial chances. Same with Steve Jobs... all really solid movies that deserved big bucks but the studios screwed up releasing them
Studios really shit the bed this year with how they released the more Adult oriented titles. Everest and The Walk should have been over 100 million dollar earners, but their staggard release killed it's commercial chances. Same with Steve Jobs... all really solid movies that deserved big bucks but the studios screwed up releasing them
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3:43PM on 11/02/2015
WHile I agree Everest had a pretty unceremonious release for what it was trying to be, I don't know when they could have released it for it to make 100 million. Maybe Steve Jobs should've been a late summer release. Because between The Martian, SPECTRE, Star Wars, and the Christmas releases, I don't see much room for those movies to become sleepers.
WHile I agree Everest had a pretty unceremonious release for what it was trying to be, I don't know when they could have released it for it to make 100 million. Maybe Steve Jobs should've been a late summer release. Because between The Martian, SPECTRE, Star Wars, and the Christmas releases, I don't see much room for those movies to become sleepers.
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4:21PM on 11/01/2015
Too bad 'Room' isn't in wide release. We saw it yesterday and thought it was Oscar worthy. As the JoBlo review says, the first 40 minutes are tough to sit through, but the story was very good and the performances by Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay were incredible.
Too bad 'Room' isn't in wide release. We saw it yesterday and thought it was Oscar worthy. As the JoBlo review says, the first 40 minutes are tough to sit through, but the story was very good and the performances by Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay were incredible.
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