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Though it was far from a blockbuster opening, "Fury" ended up atop the box office with a strong $23 million, knocking "Gone Girl" out of the top slot after the David Fincher thriller held the position for the two previous weekends. Also opening over the weekend was "The Book of Life," an animated family film that brought in a so-so $17 million at 3,070 total theaters.
After two weekends of "Gone Girl" leading the way, Brad Pitt's World War II drama "Fury" looks to have an excellent shot to make it to the top of the box office, extending Pitt's streak of strong performing R-rated dramas in recent years. Also getting launched this weekend will be animated "The Book of Life," though a subdued weekend seems likely for the Fox release.
Even with a surprisingly strong opening weekend from "Dracula Untold," David Fincher's acclaimed thriller "Gone Girl" landed back atop the box office charts this weekend, grossing a very strong $26 million in second-weekend revenue. Meanwhile, "Dracula Untold" shrugged off some of the recent struggles of the horror-fantasy genre, hauling in $23 million in opening revenue.
In a busy week for new releases, PG family comedy "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" looks poised to potentially topple "Gone Girl" and become the top movie of the weekend, though it will likely be a close call up at the top.