Subscribe To Weekend Box Office: Guardians Holds Top Spot, King Arthur Gets Slaughtered Updates

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 slipped 57% going into its second week, but still sailed past the $200 million mark while holding on to the number one spot. Check out the box office list for May 12-14 below...

Weekend Box Office: May 12 - 14, 2017
1. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $63,007,000 Total: $246,164,419
LW: 1
THTRS: 4,347
2. Snatched * $17,500,000 Total: $17,500,000
THTRS: 3,501
3. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword * $14,700,000 Total: $14,700,000
THTRS: 3,702
4. The Fate of the Furious $5,301,160 Total: $215,035,090
LW: 2
THTRS: 3,067
5. The Boss Baby $4,600,000 Total: $162,379,270
LW: 3
THTRS: 2,911
6. Beauty and the Beast (2017) $3,860,000 Total: $493,191,164
LW: 5
THTRS: 2,172
7. How to be a Latin Lover $3,750,000 Total: $26,143,001
LW: 4
THTRS: 1,123
8. Lowriders * $2,413,205 Total: $2,413,205
THTRS: 295
9. The Circle $1,740,000 Total: $18,902,562
LW: 6
THTRS: 2,132
10. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion $1,550,000 Total: $18,934,072
LW: 7
THTRS: 375

The two new big newcomers on Mothers Day weekend failed to stir up much attention. Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn's rated-R comedy Snatched managed a respectable $17 million start, grabbing the second place spot. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword swung and missed with a dismal $14 million third place opening against a mountainous $175 million production budget. With little foreign interest and scathing critical reviews, its on track to be the first big summer flop.

Eva Longoria's latest offering, indie drama Lowriders, opened in limited release. With $2.4 million in just under 300 venues, it may have debuted in eighth place byt banked over $8,000 per location, second only to Guardians of the Galaxy in the top ten.

Weekend Box Office: May 12 - 14, 2017

The Wall, John Cena's newest thriller, also opened in small release, but in over 500 locations it couldn't pass $1 million. With just $890,000 it settled well outside the top ten. Alec Baldwin and Diane Lane's romantic comedy Paris Can Wait launched its limited release in just four venues, but pulled in $25,000 per location for a healthly small start. As it expands next weekend it will be up against stiff competition from summer blockbuster fare, and may struggle to find bigger success.

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