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Weekend Box Office: Rosamund Pike's 'Gone Girl' drops to #2, but crosses over $100 Million in just 3 weeks at US Box Office!

Another strong third weekend for Gone Girl starring Rosamund Pike and Ben Affleck at this weekend's U.S. Box Office chart with $17.8 Million (estimate) dropping to a spot to #2 (though the new #1 movie, Fury starring Brad Pitt, only made less than $25 M...whereas GG made $26+ on its second week at #1 last weekend) and a small 33% drop from last week! That's another impressive hold! Yay, Pikemania continues...as it's another winning weekend at the domestic box office for Gone Girl (as it crosses the $100 million mark in just less than 3 weeks of its released!) and the lovely Miss Pike! Its 17-day total for her biggest film to date is now $107 million in domestic (with $94.5 Million in foreign and over $201 Million worldwide total)If you haven't seen this movie yet, go see it! 

Here's the current Top 10 US Box Office chart via Collider...
Coming in second place was David Fincher’s Gone Girl, which fell just 33% in its third weekend with a very solid $17.8 million.  The twisted (and wildly entertaining) psychological thriller has now crossed the $100 million mark domestically, and by the end of Halloween it will beat The Curious Case of Benjamin Button to become Fincher’s top film of all time in North America. Could a Best Picture nomination be next?
TitleWeekendTotal
1.Fury$23,500,000$23,500,000
2.Gone Girl$17,800,000$107,069,000
3.The Book of Life$17,000,000$17,000,000
4.Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day$12,039,000$36,871,000
5.The Best of Me$10,200,000$10,200,000
6.Dracula Untold$9,889,000$40,735,000
7.The Judge$7,940,000$26,843,000
8.Annabelle$7,925,000$74,127,000
9.The Equalizer$5,450,000$89,170,000
10.The Maze Runner$4,500,000$90,837,000

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