Jack Reacher sequel steals top box office spot from The Girl on the Train

Tom Cruise’s Jack Reacher: Never Go Back opened last weekend at the top of the box office, taking $2.6m in earnings and the the top spot from The Girl on the Train.

The Jack Reacher sequel performed on par with the first film, which took in $2.941m in its opening week in 2013.

In the second place, The Girl on the Train pulled in $1.889m across 293 screens, dropping from the previous week’s $2.615m.

Action-comedy film Keeping Up with the Joneses opened at the third place, taking in $1.095m across 264 screens, while Inferno followed with $1.074m at the fourth place, dropping from number two the previous week.

Horror film Ouija: Origin of Evil opened in the fifth spot, taking $916,817 across 171 screens.

Both Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and the The Magnificent Seven slipped out of the top five, taking in $635,491 and $344,338, respectively.

Title (Distributor) Weekend B/O Screens Total B/O
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (Paramount) $2,617,936 332 $2,656,234
The Girl On The Train (Eone) $1,889,886 293 $11,235,023
Keeping Up With The Joneses (Fox) $1,095,844 264 $1,113,945
Inferno (Sony) $1,074,417 0 $4,022,992
Ouija: Origin Of Evil (Universal) $916,817 171 $916,817
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children (Fox) $635,491 287 $10,432,576
Deepwater Horizon (Roadshow) $483,191 253 $4,065,168
The Magnificent Seven (Sony) $344,338 231 $8,148,869
The Secret Life Of Pets (Universal) $293,207 218 $28,973,929
Bridget Jones's Baby (Universal) $292,828 162 $16,776,798
Cafe Society (Eone) $271,628 67 $297,919
Masterminds (Roadshow) $270,791 176 $1,087,108
Storks (Wb) $236,707 192 $7,835,070
Sully (Roadshow) $142,452 113 $12,869,681
Where Am I Going? (Palace) $119,072 13 $525,676
Chasing Great (Transmission) $102,346 100 $216,435
Pete's Dragon (Disney) $77,025 77 $7,004,376
Julieta (Transmission) $55,803 19 $157,415
Operation Mekong (Magnum) $50,926 12 $649,620
Joe Cinque's Consolation (Titan View) $34,560 12 $101,992

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