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“One Direction: This Is Us” opens at No. 1 in the world with an estimated weekend gross of $31.5 million from 54 territories

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“One Direction: This Is Us” opens at No. 1 in the world with an estimated weekend gross of $31.5 million from 54 territories. Also, Monsters University has crossed the $700 million mark worldwide.”

The top-12 domestic weekend box office estimates listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, September 1, 2013 are below. (3-Day totals)

One Direction: This Is Us – Sony – $17.0M
Lee Daniels’ The Butler – The Weinstein Company – $14.7M
We’re The Millers – Warner Bros. – $12.6M
Planes – Disney – $7.8M
Instructions Not Included – Lionsgate – $7.5M
Elysium – Sony – $6.3M
Mortal Instruments – Sony – $5.2M
World’s End, The – Focus Features – $4.8M
Getaway – Warner Bros. – $4.5M
Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters – 20th Century Fox – $4.4M
Blue Jasmine – Sony Pictures Classics – $4.0M
You’re Next – Lionsgate – $4.0M

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