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Sunday September 1, 2013 11:04 pm

Box Office Breakdown: One Direction Film Claims Number One Spot

One Direction

Oscar buzz-worthy dramas like Lee Daniels' The Butler are apparently no match for One Direction fans.

The concert documentary - which debuted this Labor Day weekend - took in $17 million, reducing Lee Daniels' The Butler to second place with $14.7 million. We're the Millers also dropped one place - from two to three - with $12.6 million in its fourth week while Planes also fell one spot to number four with $7.7 million. Instructions Not Included debuted in fifth place with $7.5 million.

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1. One Direction: This is Us, TriStar, $17,000,000 (avg. $6,216)
2. Lee Daniels' The Butler, The Weinstein Co., $14,742,000 (avg. $4,427)
3. We're the Millers, Warner Bros., $12,610,000 (avg. $3,660)
4. Planes, Disney, $7,756,000 (avg. $2,380)
5. Instructions Not Included, Lionsgate, $7,500,000 (avg. $21,614)
6. Elysium, TriStar, $6,300,000 (avg. $2,481)
7. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, ScreenGem, $5,200,000 (avg. $1,668)
8. The World's End, Focus, $4,759,000 (avg. $3,064)
9. Getaway (2013), Warner Bros., $4,505,000 (avg. $2,115)
10. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, Fox, $4,425,000 (avg. $1,849)



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