Tyler Perry Tops at U.S. Box Office

Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween was the top movie at U.S. box offices this past weekend, earning $27.6 million.

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, starring Tom Cruise, was the overall No. 1 film worldwide, generating $54.0 million in its first weekend but was second in the U.S. with $23.0 million.

ComScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian said, “Tom Cruise is in control globally as ‘Jack Reacher: Never Go Back’ takes the top spot with $54 million for the weekend.  Impressively, this debut is 28% higher than the first ‘Jack Reacher’ film back in 2012.  Notably, another Tom also had a great weekend with Tom Hanks’ ‘Inferno,’ one week ahead of its North American release adding another $28.9 million for a total to date of $94.8 million.”

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, October 23, are below.

  1. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – Paramount Pictures – $54.0M
  2. Inferno – Sony – $28.9M
  3. Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween – Lionsgate – $27.6M
  4. Mechanic: Resurrection – Multiple – $24.2M
  5. Ouija: Origin Of Evil – Universal – $22.0M
  6. Accountant, The – Warner Bros. – $19.6M
  7. Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children – 20th Century Fox – $19.5M
  8. Trolls – 20th Century Fox – $18.0M
  9. Girl On The Train, The – Multiple – $13.2M
  10. Luck-Key – Showbox / Mediaplex Inc. – $11.9M
  11. Bridget Jones’s Baby – Multiple – $10.9M
  12. Storks – Warner Bros. – $10.9M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, October 23, are below.

1. Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween – Lionsgate – $27.6M
2. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back – Paramount – $23.0M
3. Ouija: Origin Of Evil – Universal – $14.1M
4. Accountant, The – Warner Bros. – $14.0M
5. Girl On The Train, The – Universal – $7.3M
6. Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children – 20th Century Fox – $6.0M
7. Keeping Up With The Joneses – 20th Century Fox – $5.6M
8. Kevin Hart: What Now? – Universal – $4.1M
9. Storks – Warner Bros. – $4.1M
10. Deepwater Horizon – Lionsgate – $3.6M
11. Magnificent Seven, The – Sony – $2.4M
12. Middle School:The Worst Years Of My Life – Lionsgate – $2.3M