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box office: week of March 25

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
Grand Budapest Hotel, TheFox Searchlight304$6,787,955$22,329$12,998,474
Rob The MobMillennium Entertainment1$13,833$13,833$13,833
God's Not DeadFreestyle Releasing780$9,244,641$12,950$10,100,950
Jodorowsky's DuneSony Pictures Classics3$36,018$12,006$36,018
Cheap ThrillsDrafthouse Films2$18,638$9,319$18,638
It Felt Like LoveVariance Films1$8,211$8,211$8,211
Nymphomaniac: Volume IMagnolia Pictures25$158,369$6,335$158,369
AnitaIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films7$44,114$6,302$44,114
Bad WordsFocus Features87$505,044$5,805$660,817
Weekend, LeMusic Box Films25$136,008$5,440$200,188
LunchboxSony Pictures Classics36$183,986$5,111$525,363
Particle FeverAbramorama Entertainment21$78,999$3,762$316,844
Big MenAbramorama Entertainment3$8,821$2,940$19,851
A Birders Guide To EverythingScreen Media Films8$21,602$2,700$21,602
On My Way (Elle s'en va)Cohen Media Group21$53,006$2,524$70,328
EnemyA24 Films96$197,625$2,059$544,238
Missing Picture, TheStrand Releasing5$10,148$2,030$12,784
Retrieval, TheVariance Films1$1,683$1,683$9,676
Jewish Cardinal, TheFilm Movement4$5,861$1,465$67,011
Interior.Leather Bar.Strand Releasing1$1,216$1,216$37,294
Tim's VermeerSony Pictures Classics129$156,478$1,213$1,242,832
Blood TiesRoadside Attractions28$26,912$961$26,912
Great Beauty, TheJanus Films45$41,645$925$2,716,628
GloriaRoadside Attractions47$41,177$876$1,980,462
Generation WarMusic Box Films4$3,457$864$87,116
12 Years A SlaveFox Searchlight522$439,762$842$56,030,347
Child's PoseZeitgeist10$8,368$837$62,878
Dallas Buyers ClubFocus Features178$148,465$834$27,065,809
Invisible Woman, TheSony Pictures Classics16$12,296$769$1,194,742
Mandela: Long Walk To FreedomThe Weinstein Company18$12,957$720$8,324,748
PhilomenaThe Weinstein Company297$207,666$699$37,089,371
Sweet DreamsInternational Film Circuit4$2,495$624$38,167
Stranger By The LakeStrand Releasing16$8,939$559$304,934
When Comedy Went To SchoolInternational Film Circuit7$3,834$548$354,908
MaidentripFirst Run7$3,417$488$60,227
Big Bad WolvesMagnolia Pictures2$909$455$32,828
August: Osage CountyThe Weinstein Company141$62,169$441$37,601,052
Right Kind Of WrongMagnolia Pictures1$422$422$1,418
Free The MindInternational Film Circuit1$395$395$156,143
Journey To The West: Conquering DemonsMagnolia Pictures4$1,359$340$14,348
20 Feet From StardomRadius-TWC7$2,362$337$4,935,167
Past, TheSony Pictures Classics20$6,543$327$1,306,559
Blue JasmineSony Pictures Classics12$3,849$321$33,401,342
Fire In The BloodInternational Film Circuit2$628$314$27,548
Grand PianoMagnolia Pictures10$2,771$277$14,251
VisitorsCinedigm Entertainment4$1,100$275$79,302
Art Of The Steal, TheRadius-TWC15$3,930$262$61,446
Better Living Through ChemistryIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films25$5,337$213$72,273
In BloomIndependent2$363$182$38,748

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