U.S. Movie Box Office Grosses for Aug. 23 - Aug. 25

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 Aug. 23 - Aug. 25.

                                 Rev.             Avg./    Pct.    Total
   Movie                        (mln) Theaters  Theater    Chg.    (mln) Wks
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 1 LEE DANIELS’ THE BUTLER       16.5    3,110    5,307    -33     51.8    2
 2 WE’RE THE MILLERS             13.0    3,445    3,787    -27     91.3    3
 3 MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF    9.3    3,118    2,995     --     14.1    1
 4 THE WORLD’S END                8.8    1,551    5,667     --      8.8    1
 5 PLANES (ANIMATED/3-D)          8.6    3,378    2,539    -36     59.6    3
 6 YOU’RE NEXT                    7.0    2,437    2,881     --      7.0    1
 7 ELYSIUM                        6.9    2,913    2,378    -49     68.9    3
 8 PERCY JACKSON: SEA OF MONSTERS 5.3    2,730    1,932    -40     48.4    3
 9 KICK-ASS 2                     4.4    2,945    1,485    -67     22.5    2
10 BLUE JASMINE                   4.0    1,283    3,096     73     14.5    5
11 2 GUNS                         3.4    1,841    1,825    -42     65.4    4
12 JOBS                           2.9    2,381    1,204    -57     12.0    2


Top 12 Films Grosses

   This Week     Year Ago      Pct.
     (mln)         (mln)       Chg.
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     $90.0         $82.8       8.7


Year-to-date Revenue

     2013          2012
      YTD           YTD        Pct.
     (mln)         (mln)       Chg.
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    $7,457        $7,413       0.6


Year-to-date Attendance:     -2.7%

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