Tuesday February 11, 2014 12:29 am
Box Office Breakdown: ‘LEGO Movie’ Takes ‘Monuments’ Down
Posted by Robin Paulson Categories: FOCUS, Disney, Open Road Films, Paramount, Sony, Universal, Warner Bros, Weinstein Company, Action, Adaptation, Adventure, Animation, Drama, Family, Horror, Musicals, Mystery, Period, Romance, Science Fiction, Comedy, Thrillers, Box Office, New Releases
Legos aren't just extremely marketable toys for children - they're a marketable movie franchise for adults, too.
The LEGO Movie topped the box office this weekend, earning $69 million while another newcomer, The Monuments of Men, debuted with $22 million, landing it a second place title. Despite holding the number one spot for three consecutive weeks, Ride Along took a dive down to number three with $9.5 million. Frozen fell two spots to number four with $6.8 million while Lone Survivor stayed put at number five with $5.5 million.
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1. The LEGO Movie, Warner Bros., $69,050,279 (avg. $18,291)
2. The Monuments Men, Sony, $22,003,433 (avg. $7,137)
3. Ride Along, Universal, $9,589,940 (avg. $3,425)
4. Frozen, Disney, $6,872,811 (avg. $2,794)
5. Lone Survivor, Universal, $5,565,860 (avg. $1,940)
6. That Awkward Moment, Focus, $5,237,186 (avg. $1,864)
7. Vampire Academy, The Weinstein Co., $3,921,742 (avg. $1,466)
8. The Nut Job, Open Road Films, $3,753,080 (avg. $1,249)
9. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, Paramount, $3,531,287 (avg. $1,651)
10. Labor Day, Paramount, $3,184,785 (avg. $1,233)
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