Russia Box Office: 'Everest' Stays on Top

Everest Still - H 2015
Courtesy of Universal

Everest Still - H 2015

The local sports drama 'Voin' debuted in second place.

Everest stayed on top of the Russian box office for the second weekend in a row, an achievement that no other film has been able to match in months.

The adventure drama, which had a general release in Russia on Sept. 24 after a week at IMAX theaters only, added 151 million rubles ($2.4 million) to its gross during its second weekend in theaters, according to data from the company Movie Research.

International Weekend 10/11/15

Rentrak for Weekend of 10/11/15
Weekend Cume
1. The Martian $58.1M $119.0M
2. Goodbye Mr. Loser $32.0M $132.0M
3. Hotel Transylvania 2 $22.7M $90.9M
4. Inside Out $21.6M $464.4M
5. Pan $20.5M $25.1M
6. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials $16.0M $168.9M
7. The Intern $14.8M $57.6M
8. Everest $8.1M $120.8M
9. Fack ju Gohte 2 $7.3M $125.0M
10. Er ist wieder da $7.3M $7.3M

Currently, Everest is the year's 18th-top-grossing movie but has a good chance of climbing higher.

Voin (Warrior), a $1.5 million local sports drama directed by Alexei Andrianov and produced by Fyodor Bondarchuk's studio Art Pictures, debuted in second place. It grossed 104 million rubles ($1.7 million).

Legend debuted in third place, taking in 76.9 million rubles ($1.2 million).

The Intern slipped one position, down to fourth place, grossing 73 million rubles ($1.17 million).

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, the champion of the Sept. 17-20 weekend, was in fifth place, adding 40.1 million rubles ($643,000) to its gross.