One Direction Find Themselves At The Box Office’s Number One Spot

One Direction

Just as many have predicted, early estimates have indicated that One Direction‘s recent 3D concert/documentary film, titled as One Direction: This Is Us, dethroned The Butler this weekend. The Morgan Spurlock-produced film is looking to earn around 17 million after it had earned over eight million between Thursday’s premiere and Friday, trumping The Butler. Other films that premiered and charted in this weekend’s top 10 include Lionsgate’s Spanish fatherhood comedy, Instructions Not Included, which surprisingly enough topped Ethan Hawke and Selena Gomez’s Getaway.

Follow the jump to view the full list of this weekend’s highest grossing films, as brought to you by Box Office Mojo.

  1. One Direction: This Is Us – $17,000,000
  2. The Butler – $14,700,000
  3. We’re The Millers – $12,500,000
  4. Planes- $7,750,000
  5. Instructions Not Included -$7,500,000
  6. Elysium – $6,300,000
  7. The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones – $5,000,000
  8. The World’s End - $4,800,000
  9. Getaway – 4,500,000
  10. Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters -$4,400,000
Adrian Garza is the sole proprietor of Torches Management and PR, a growing Florida-based band management business. He loves most forms of punk, hardcore, indie, metal, and rock. Other hobbies and interests outside of music include coffee, horror films, social media, a random variety of video games, and the occasional book. He attends Southeastern University in Lakeland, FL where he is a junior that studies communications and business.
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