\"Guardians\" Remains Top Draw At Box Office

(Undated) -- "Guardians of the Galaxy" continues to rule at the box office. In its fifth week, the film raked in another 16-point-three million, bringing its total to 274-point-six million to become the highest grossing film of the year. Again at number two is "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" with another eleven-point-eight million in receipts, while "If I Stay" stays at number three with earnings of nine-point-three-million. "As Above, So Below" is the weekend's highest debut, opening with eight-point-three-million in ticket sales to land at number four on the list. "Let's Be Cops" rounds out the top five. The only other new film in the top ten is "The November Man," which lands at number six with earnings of seven-point-seven million.
Here are the top ten films at the weekend box office:
1. "Guardians of the Galaxy" -- $16.3 million
2. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" -- $16.8 million
3. "If I Stay" -- $9.3 million
4. "As Above, So Below" -- $8.3 million
5. "Let's Be Cops" -- $8.2 million
6. "The November Man" -- $7.7 million
7. "When the Game Stands Tall" -- $5.6 million
8. "The Giver" -- $5.3 million
9. "The Hundred-Foot Journey" -- $4.6 million
10. "The Expendables 3" -- $3.5 million