After having spent two weeks at the top of the box office, David Fincher's Gone Girl has been rolled over by David Ayer's Fury, this weekend. Starring Brad Pitt, the World War II tank film opened to a total of $23.7 million, which is a surprisingly small lead over Gone Girl's 3rd week total of $17.5 million. Falling just below Gone Girl's earnings is the Day of the Dead styled computer animated film, The Book of Life, which totalled an even $17 million in its debut. Meanwhile, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day remained in the top 5, dropping from last week's total of $19.1 million down to $11.4 million this weekend. Rounding out our list is the latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation, The Best of Me, a romance about two lovers reuniting after spending over twenty years apart, and falling in love all over again. This romance, starring James Marsden, and Michelle Monaghan opened to an uneventful $10 million, making it the poorest debut of any adaptation of Spark's popular novels. Overall, it was a relatively quiet weekend at the box office, and that trend may continue next week, and throughout the remainder of October, with the only big films on the radar being Keanu Reeves' John Wick, the teen horror film Ouija, and Jake Gyllenhaal's Nightcrawler. While the month of October may go out with a whimper, rest assured that November will soon be turning up the heat, with several huge movies on the horizon.