NORTH AMERICA: ‘Furious 7’ Races Past $180M Domestic Mark In Six Days, On Par With Pace of ‘The Hunger Games’

Universal reports that Furious 7 added $9.2 million to its haul on Wednesday, boosting the blockbuster’s six-day domestic total to a stunning $183.7 million. All-time, that stands as the eighth best six-day sum ahead of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest‘s $183.66 million. The film is currently pacing 40 percent ahead of Fast & Furious 6 and 1 percent ahead of The Hunger Games.

Home took second place yesterday with another $3.33 million, giving it a total of $107.5 million through 13 days of release. The DreamWorks hit is running 6 percent ahead of The Croods and just 6 percent behind Monsters vs. Aliens.

Disney’s Cinderella added $1.41 million in third place on Wednesday. The film’s total now stands at $172.2 million.

In fourth, Get Hard took in $1.23 million yesterday, giving it a successful-but-modest $61.4 million domestic tally up to this point.

Filling out the top five, The Divergent Series: Insurgent claimed $0.98 million yesterday. Its domestic total now stands at $107 million.

Meanwhile, Woman In Gold pulled $0.34 million in its limited 258-theater run for a $1,302 per-theater average. With $3.16 million in the bank so far, the film expands to 1,504 theaters this weekend.