NORTH AMERICA: ‘Furious 7’ Remains In First On Tuesday With $1.43M; ‘The Age Of Adaline’ A Close Second With $1.35M

Universal’s Furious 7 grossed $1.43 million on Tuesday to continue to claim first place at the daily box office. The seventh installment of the blockbuster franchise featuring Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson and the late Paul Walker has led the daily box office for 25 of the past 26 days. Furious 7 was up 23 percent over Monday and down 38 percent from last Tuesday. Furious 7 has grossed a massive $322.67 million in 26 days. The film is running a very impressive 45 percent ahead of the $221.95 million 26-day take of 2013’sFast & Furious 6.

Lionsgate’s The Age of Adaline held steady in second place with $1.35 million. The romantic drama starring Blake Lively was up a strong 48 percent over Monday’s performance. The Age of Adaline has grossed $15.47 million in five days of release. That is on the high end of pre-release expectations and places the film 3 percent ahead of the $15.03 million five-day start of The Longest Ride earlier this month.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 took in $0.81 million to remain in third. Sony’s modestly budgeted Kevin James led comedy sequel was up a healthy 31 percent over Monday and down 45 percent from last Tuesday. Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 continues to run in line with expectations with a solid twelve-day take of $44.66 million. That places the film 4 percent behind the $46.49 million twelve-day gross of 2011’s Zookeeper.

A24’s Ex Machina remained in fourth place with an estimated $0.55 million. The critically acclaimed Alex Garland directed sci-fi film increased 10 percent over Monday. Ex Machina has grossed a promising $7.87 million through 19 days of release. The film is currently running 48 percent ahead of the recent $5.32 million 19-day gross of It Follows.

Unfriended rounded out the day’s unchanged top five with $0.47 million. Universal’s ultra low-budget horror film was up 21 percent over Monday and down 51 percent from last Tuesday. Unfriended has grossed $25.94 million in twelve days. That places the film 29 percent behind the $36.44 million twelve-day take of last year’s Ouija.