‘Fury’ Runs Over ‘Gone Girl’ on the Path to the Top

Fury

Despite the fact that October tends to be relatively packed full of horror films, Brad Pitt’s return to the silver screen has been met with an enormous response. Thanks to the $23.5 million that it had made on its opening weekend, Fury has knocked Gone Girl from its chart-topping position. Sales aren’t the only thing going for the WWII action film; on top of that, Rotten Tomatoes currently reveals that Fury has an 80% aggregate rating out of over 140 reviews.

Meanwhile, The Book of Life which is Guillermo del Toro’s latest animated production has fared well. Studio estimates tell that the family film’s weekend pull totals in at $17 million. Coming in shortly behind that would be The Best of Me, which made about $10.2 million.

Before you follow the jump for a list of this week’s top ten highest grossing films, be sure to check out our review of Fury.

  1. Fury– $23,500,000
  2. Gone Girl– $17,800,000
  3. The Book of Life– $17,000,000
  4. Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day – $12,039,000
  5. The Best of Me– $10,200,000
  6. Dracula Untold– $9,890,000
  7. The Judge – $7,940,000
  8. Annabelle – $7,925,000
  9. The Equalizer – $5,450,000
  10. The Maze Runner – $4,500,000
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