U.S. Movie Box Office Grosses for July 5 - July 7

The following table has U.S. Movie Box Office figures provided by studios to Hollywood.com Box-Office. The amounts are based on gross ticket sales from July 5 - July 7.

                                 Rev.             Avg./    Pct.    Total
   Movie                        (mln) Theaters  Theater    Chg.    (mln) Wks
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 1 DESPICABLE ME 2              $83.5    3,997  $20,895     --   $143.1    1
 2 THE LONE RANGER               29.2    3,904    7,482     --     48.7    1
 3 THE HEAT                      24.8    3,184    7,778    -37     86.3    2
 4 MONSTERS UNIVERSITY (3-D)     19.7    3,739    5,273    -57    216.3    3
 5 WORLD WAR Z                   18.4    3,316    5,552    -38    159.0    3
 6 WHITE HOUSE DOWN              13.5    3,222    4,183    -46     50.5    2
 7 MAN OF STEEL (3-D/IMAX)       11.4    2,905    3,929    -45    271.2    4
 8 KEVIN HART: LET ME EXPLAIN    10.0      876   11,450     --     17.4    1
 9 THIS IS THE END                5.9    2,104    2,790    -33     85.7    4
10 NOW YOU SEE ME                 2.9    1,606    1,777    -49    110.5    6
11 STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS (3-    1.3      565    2,319    -38    223.1    8
12 FAST & FURIOUS 6               1.1      617    1,740    -56    235.5    7


Top 12 Films Grosses

   This Week     Year Ago      Pct.
     (mln)         (mln)       Chg.
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    $221.6        $182.3       +22


Year-to-date Revenue

     2013          2012
      YTD           YTD        Pct.
     (mln)         (mln)       Chg.
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    $5,711        $5,781      -1.2


Year-to-date Attendance:     -1.0%

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