Jame Bond and Peanuts Show No Love for the Coopers at the Box Office

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Spectre (Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz)

The box office for last weekend was almost a repeat of the previous weekend. Spectre came in first place again with $33.7 million. The Peanuts Movie remained in second place with $24.0 million. Love the Coopers opened in third place with a gross of $8.3 million. Continue reading to see the box office take for last weekend.

Box Office for November 13th Weekend

Rank Movie Weekend Gross Total Gross
1 Spectre $33,681,104 $128,981,285
2 The Peanuts Movie $24,013,538 $82,303,394
3 Love the Coopers $8,317,545 $8,317,545
4 The Martian $6,712,171 $207,394,787
5 The 33 $5,787,266 $5,787,266
6 Goosebumps $4,633,112 $73,470,502
7 Bridge of Spies $4,268,772 $61,675,326
8 Prem Ratan Dhan Payo $2,425,585 $2,813,018
9 Hotel Transylvania 2 $2,314,063 $165,208,755
10 The Last Witch Hunter $1,482,463 $26,059,042

Previous box office: November 6th

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4 thoughts on “Jame Bond and Peanuts Show No Love for the Coopers at the Box Office

  1. I still love the original James Bond to say the least, but I’ve heard a lot about this movie and I’m very intrigued to say the least and would really like to see it.

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