Over a very muted Independence Day weekend, Transformers: Age of Extinction had no trouble staying on top of the box office. After ten days, the sequel has earned more than $575 million worldwide, putting it on track to become 2014’s biggest global earner before the end of the month. Tammy, the comedy starring Melissa McCarthy, was the frame’s only other notable performer – because this year $21 million counts as notable. As for the rest of the top ten, including new releases Earth to Echo and Deliver Us From Evil, 2014’s July Fourth weekend was one giant traffic jam of mediocrity.
|3.||Deliver Us From Evil||$9,500,000||$15|
|4.||22 Jump Street||$9,400,000||$158.8|
|5.||How to Train Your Dragon 2||$8,750,000||$140|
|6.||Earth to Echo||$8,250,000||$13.5|
|9.||Think Like A Man Too||$4,900,000||$57.1|
|10.||Edge of Tomorrow||$3,640,000||$90.8|
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