So if you haven't seen it, join J.lo and kick up those feet. This psychological thriller about a man turned into a possible murder suspect after his wife goes missing is sweeping the box office with an impressive $26.8 million in its second weekend.
Coming in second, Dracula Untold made about $23.4 million in its first opening weekend. The action/drama and fantasy film had an estimated budget of about $100 million. Luke Evans plays Vlad Tepes, who makes a deal with supernatural forces as he sets out to protect the kingdom and his family in this dark tale -- and yes, vampires do attack. This is the first big-budget solo Dracula movie since Dracula 2000.
Garner is competing with her husband this weekend as she stars in Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Grossing an estimated $18.6 million in its opening weekend, Steve Carell and the A-list actress make for a funny duo in this family film. We've all had that "terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day," and so this Disney film is both relatable and enjoyable.
Annabelle was almost at the top spot last week with its $37.2 opening weekend and is still going strong now at $16 million. The Conjuring spin-off about an evil doll is terrifying, as audiences grip their seats to see what supernatural occurrences will invade this couple's home next. This is a film to get everyone in the Halloween spirit.
Robert Downey Jr. recently opened up to Ellen
about how The Judge
paralleled his life after the loss of his mother, as the film starts with the character Hank's mom passing away. This moving film about a lawyer who returns to his childhood home after his father (Robert Duvall), the town's judge, is suspected of murder earned around $13.25 million in its first weekend. It is one to see for the family dynamic created by Downey and Duvall.
Will Gone Girl hold its No. 1 spot at the box office? Here's what Ben Affleck had to say about his creepy role: