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'Equalizer' pummels rivals at N. America box office 29 сентября 2014, 14:53

Denzel Washington fought his way to the top of the North American box office in action-thriller "The Equalizer."
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'Equalizer' pummels rivals at N. America box office 'Equalizer' pummels rivals at N. America box office

 Denzel Washington fought his way to the top of the North American box office in action-thriller "The Equalizer," which earned $35 million in its first weekend out, industry estimates showed Sunday, AFP reports.

The film knocked science-fiction Fox production "The Maze Runner" to second place. Based on James Dashner's best-selling 2007 young adult dystopian novel of the same name, the film raked in $17.5 million in its second weekend in theaters.

Meanwhile "The Boxtrolls," an animated film about an orphaned human boy who is raised underground by friendly monsters, debuted in third with $17.3 million, according to box office tracker Exhibitor Relations.

Comedy-drama "This Is Where I Leave You," landed in fourth in its second week out, taking in $7 million.

In fifth place for a second week was "Dolphin Tale 2," a family-friendly sequel starring Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd, which earned $4.8 million.

Thriller "No Good Deed," about a devoted wife and mother who helps out a charming but dangerous escaped convict played by Idris Elba, slipped to sixth place with $4.6 million.

In seventh place was the Liam Neeson crime drama "A Walk Among the Tombstones," which took in $4.2 million.

The movie, based on US crime writer Lawrence Block's book of the same name, features "Taken" star Neeson as a former New York detective who is hired by a drug dealer to track down his wife's murderer.

In eighth was the summer season's most successful blockbuster, "Guardians of the Galaxy," which added another $3.8 million to its nine-week haul, which now stands at $319 million in North America.

Screwball comedy "Let's Be Cops" was ninth with $1.5 million, just ahead of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," which earned $1.45 million.



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