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U.S. Movie Box Office Grosses for April 18 - April 20

The following table has U.S. Movie Box Office figures provided by studios to Rentrak Corp. The amounts are based on gross ticket sales from April 18 - April 20.

                                 Rev.    Pct.             Avg./   Total
   Movie                        (mln)    Chg. Theaters  Theater   (mln) Wks
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 1 Captain America: The Winter  $25.6    -38    3,825   $6,689   $200.5    3
 2 Heaven Is For Real            22.5     --    2,417    9,318     29.6    1
 3 Rio 2                         22.2    -44    3,975    5,575     75.0    2
 4 Transcendence                 10.9     --    3,455    3,151     10.9    1
 5 Haunted House 2, A             8.8     --    2,310    3,829      8.8    1
 6 Draft Day                      5.7    -42    2,781    2,054     19.4    2
 7 Divergent                      5.6    -24    2,486    2,257    133.8    5
 8 Oculus                         5.2    -57    2,648    1,947     21.1    2
 9 Noah                           5.0    -34    2,537    1,972     93.3    4
10 Bears                          4.8     --    1,720    2,777      4.8    1


Top 10 Films Grosses

   This Week     Year Ago      Pct.
     (mln)         (mln)       Chg.
===================================
    $116.3         $96.5       +20


Year-to-date Revenue

     2014          2013
      YTD           YTD        Pct.
     (mln)         (mln)       Chg.
===================================
    $2,976        $2,741       +8.6

Source: Rentrak Corp.

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