‘Transformers’ Continues Explosive Success This Fourth of July Weekend

Transformers 4 Still 7-6

Although this year’s Fourth of July weekend felt rather lackluster in comparison to last year’s, Transformers: Age Of Extinction has maintained its leading position on the charts for a consecutive week. Come tonight, the Michael Bay-produced action film will pull an estimated $36.4 million dollars.

Tammy came out on top of this week’s slew of premieres, making $21.1 million in the process. This didn’t quite measure up to the $39 million haul leading actress Melissa McCarthy made last year with her summertime comedy, The Heat. Behind that came the low-budget horror that could, Deliver Us From Evil, which scraped up $9.5 million. At the rear end of the pack was Relativity’s family friendly film, Earth to Echo, which made $8.25 million.

Make sure you check out our review of Tammy before following the jump to view our top ten listings of this week’s highest grossing films.

  1. Transformers: Age of Extinction $36,400,000
  2. Tammy  $21,170,000
  3. Deliver Us from Evil  $15,400,000
  4. 22 Jump Street  $9,400,000
  5. How To Train Your Dragon 2  $8,750,000
  6. Earth to Echo  $8,250,000
  7. Maleficent  $6,130,000
  8. Jersey Boys $5,160,000
  9. Think Like a Man Too $4,900,000
  10. Edge of Tomorrow  $3,640,000
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