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News Top 10 Movies at the US Box Office This Weekend

News Bot Oct 17, 2016

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    The new Ben Affleck movie, The Accountant, ruled the US box office this weekend, taking in $24.7 million for its debut weekend to become the No. 1 film this weekend.

    The Warner Bros. movie pulled in $9.1 million on Friday (including $1.35 million from earlier previews), another $9.5 million on Saturday, and $6.1 million Sunday to reach $24.7 million for the weekend.

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    Rounding out the top five films for the weekend were Kevin Hart: What Now? ($11.984 million), The Girl on the Train ($11.975 million), Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children ($8.9 million), and Deepwater Horizon ($6.35 million).

    The new movie Max Steel, based on the Mattel toy line, came in low, bringing in just $2.1 million for its first weekend. Another notable performance was the Harry Potter IMAX run, which brought in $1.1 million. As part of this, all eight Harry Potter movies were shown in IMAX at theaters this past weekend.

    Go to Deadline to see a full breakdown of this weekend's US box office numbers.

    October 14-16 US Box Office:

    1. The Accountant -- $24.7 million (week one)
    2. Kevin Hart: What Now?--$11.984 million (week one)
    3. The Girl on the Train --$11.975 million(week two)
    4. Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children -- $8.9 million (week three)
    5. Deepwater Horizon-- $6.35 million (week 3)
    6. Storks -- $5.6M (week four)
    7. Magnificent Seven-- $5.2 million (week four)
    8. Middle School -- $4.25 million(week two)
    9. Sully-- $2.96 million (week 6)
    10. Birth of a Nation -- $2.7 million(week 2)

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