Vin Diesel sci-fi sequel ‘Riddick’ topped a light weekend at the domestic box office, according to industry figures released Monday.
The only new nationwide release, ‘Riddick’ opened with $19 million.
Historical drama ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’ remained at No. 2, earning $8.4 million for a total of $91.4 million since opening Aug. 16.
Spanish-language dramedy ‘Instructions Not Included’ continues its surprisingly strong run, moving up one spot to No. 3 in its second weekend, earning $8.1 million for a total of $20.3 million since opening Aug. 30.
R-rated Jennifer Aniston comedy ‘We’re the Millers’ slipped one notch to No. 4 in its fifth weekend, earning $7.6 million for a total of $123.6 million since opening Aug. 7.
Disney’s animated aerial adventure ‘Planes’ rounded out the top five again in its fifth weekend, earning $4.1 million for a total of $79.1 million since opening Aug. 9.
The previous weekend’s No. 1 movie, ‘One Direction: This Is Us,’ plummeted to No. 6 in its second weekend, earning $4 million for a total of $23.9 since opening Aug. 30.
FRIDAY’S NATIONWIDE MOVIE RELEASES
- A mafia family relocates to France in R-rated crime comedy ‘The Family’ starring Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones.
- The haunting continues in horror sequel ‘Insidious: Chapter 2’ (PG-13).
TUESDAY’S DVD/BLU-RAY RELEASES
- The Enterprise crew faces a dangerous enemy in sci-fi adventure ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ (PG-13).
- Tyler Perry presents romantic comedy ‘Peeples’ (PG-13).