Girl on the Train No. 1 at U.S. Box Offices

Girl on the Train, a thriller set in the New York area, was the number one movie at U.S. box offices this weekend according to figures from comScore with $24.7 million.

The film starring Emily Blunt was second overall worldwide with $41.2 million in revenues, trailing Miss Peregrien’s Home for Peculiar Children which was tops globally with $57.5 million.

comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “Fox’s ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ leads the way in its second weekend¬†with $57.5 million, thus bringing the Tim Burton directed fantasy to a global total of $145.1 million.¬† Opening this weekend, Universal’s ‘The Girl on the Train’ takes second place with a worldwide debut of $41.2 million.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, October 9, are below.

  1. Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children – 20th Century Fox – $57.5M
  2. Girl On The Train, The – Universal – $41.2M
  3. Operation Mekong – Multiple – $26.5M
  4. Deepwater Horizon – Lionsgate – $22.4M
  5. Storks – Warner Bros. – $18.1M
  6. Magnificent Seven, The – Sony – $16.1M
  7. I Belonged To You – Multiple – $12.4M
  8. Bridget Jones’s Baby – Universal – $12.1M
  9. Secret Life Of Pets, The – Universal – $9.4M
  10. Finding Dory – Disney – $9.2M
  11. Don’t Breathe – Sony – $8.9M
  12. Sully – Warner Bros. – $8.5M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, October 9, are below.

  1. Girl On The Train, The – Universal – $24.7M
  2. Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children – 20th Century Fox – $15.0M
  3. Deepwater Horizon – Lionsgate – $11.8M
  4. Magnificent Seven, The – Sony – $9.2M
  5. Storks – Warner Bros. – $8.4M
  6. Birth Of A Nation, The – Fox Searchlight – $7.1M
  7. Middle School:The Worst Years Of My Life – Lionsgate – $6.9M
  8. Sully – Warner Bros. – $5.3M
  9. Masterminds – Relativity Media – $4.1M
  10. Queen Of Katwe – Disney – $1.6M
  11. Don’t Breathe – Sony – $1.4M
  12. Suicide Squad – Warner Bros. – $1.1M