‘Gravity’ Remains Above The Rest For The Third Consecutive Week

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Since Gravity‘s  premiere back on October 4, there’s been a wide variety of box office newcomers debuting week after week, but all of them have failed to even scrape the numbers that the sci-fi/drama film are pulling in. The modern day remake of Carrie performed well enough to earn itself third place, right below Tom Hanks’s Captain Phillips, which – just like Gravity, held onto its position from the week before. Further below, Sylvester Stallone’s Escape Plan made 9.8 million in its opening weekend. As far as disappointments go, The Fifth Estate, which tells the story of how WikiLeaks came to be, had a rather poor debut with 1.7 million made in gross sales.

Read our review of Gravity right here, and be sure to follow the jump to view a listing of this weekend’s top ten highest selling films as brought to you by Box Office Mojo.

  1. Gravity – $31,000,000
  2. Captain Phillips – $17,300,000
  3. Carrie – $17,000,000
  4. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 – $10,100,000
  5. Escape Plan – $9,800,000
  6. Prisoners – $2,100,000
  7. Enough Said – $1,800,000
  8. The Fifth Estate – $1,700,000
  9. Runner Runner – $1,600,000
  10. Insidious: Chapter 2 – $1,500,000
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