Box Office: “Spider-Man” falls off, still could hit $90, “Rio 2” clears $100

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” didn’t suffer much of a fall-off from Friday to Saturday. But no fall off, on most people’s first full day off to go see it, might have been expected. It’s still on track to hit $90-91 million, but Sunday’s numbers will be the final arbiter.

“The Other Woman” is on track, after Friday and Saturday, to take in just under $15 million on its second weekend.

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” cleared the $50 million mark, the very definition of a long-running low-budget hit. It’s done 2.5 times the business of “Transcendence,” the very definition of a big budget “blockbuster” bomb.

“God’s Not Dead” is finally out of gas and losing screens. The no-cost indie hit will still end up just under $60 million, a major win or the filmmakers.

“Heaven is for Real” is still making money, clearing the $65 million mark this weekend.

About Roger Moore

Movie Critic, formerly with McClatchy-Tribune News Service, Orlando Sentinel, published in Spin Magazine, The World and now published here, Orlando Magazine, Autoweek Magazine
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