THE PURGE - $22 million, $53 total
THE INTERNSHIP - $16 million, $45 total
Opens June 14
MAN OF STEEL - $112 million, $340 total
THIS IS THE END - $24 million, $90 total
Opens June 21
MONSTERS UNIVERSITY - $80 million, $275 total
WORLD WAR Z - $40 million, $105 total
Opens June 28
WHITE HOUSE DOWN - $40 million, $112 total
THE HEAT - $37 million, $152 total
Opens July 4
DESPICABLE ME 2 - $76 million, $353 total
THE LONE RANGER - $32 million, $122 total
Opens July 12
PACIFIC RIM - $55 million, $185 total
GROWN UPS 2 - $40 million, $128 million
Opens July 19
RED 2 - $22 million, $71 total
TURBO - $21 million, $80 total
THE CONJURING - $20 million, $64 total
R.I.P.D. - $12 million, $30 total
Opens July 26
THE WOLVERINE - $63 million, $150 total
Interesting numbers currently for some of these future releases. The Purge has been steadily creeping up in awareness, and since there hasn't been a suspense thriller in the market for a while, it fills the void. Ethan Hawke's carving out a nice second career headlining these B-movies.
Man of Steel is still tracking large. It won't do Iron Man 3 numbers, but if they want to reserve the first weekend of May 2016, they should do so now. (Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Avengers 2 have 2014 and 2015 reserved, respectively.) The sequel might go the more Nolan route and open in July next time. Meanwhile the Justice League movie is scheduled for July 4, 2015, and Henry Cavill is expected to be part of it.
Monsters University will be successful for Pixar, but it looks like Despicable Me 2 is going to be the largest animated film of the year.
Further down the road, R.I.P.D. has a lot of work to do in order to get people not to dismiss it as a Men in Black ripoff.
The Wolverine, meanwhile, has surprisingly strong numbers.