‘The Lego Movie’ Remains on Top

the-new-trailer-for-the-lego-movie-is-filled-with-jokes-for-adultsNew releases this weekend didn’t stand a chance against the 3D hit ‘The Lego Movie’. The film remained in the first place spot for the second consecutive weekend with $31.5 million. The movie features the voices of  Elizabeth Banks and Morgan Freeman.

Kevin Costners ’3 Days to Kill’ came in second place with $12.3 million its first weekend at the box office.

Sony’s Pompeii came in third place with $10 million.

‘Ride Along’ Drives to the Top of the Box Office


‘Ride Along’ cruised to the top of the box office for the second weekend in a row, earning $21.2 million. The Kevin Hart and Ice Cube comedy broke a January box office record last weekend.

The Afghanistan war film, ‘Lone Survivor’ landed in second place with $12.6 million.

‘I, Frankentein’ opened in third for its debut weekend, earning just $8.3 million. The film was a modern take on the famed monster. The 3-D movie did not receive much publicity, which could have contributed to its poor performance at the box office this weekend.

‘Ride Along’ Wins the Box Office

The Ice Cube and Kevin Hart comedy, ‘Ride Along’ debuted at number one this Martin Luther King Weekend. The film earned $48.6 million its opening weekend.

The Navy SEAL film, ‘Lone Survivor’ came in second place with$25.9 million.

Will Arnett and Brendan Fraser’s animated film, ‘ The Nut Job’ took in $25.7 million, making it the third place winner.

‘Lone Survivor’ Debuts at Number 1

‘Lone Survivor’ debuted at the number one spot this weekend, earning $38.5 million. The movie tells the story about a Navy SEALS mission to capture a Taliban Leader in Afghanistan.

‘Frozen’ took second place with ticket sales totaling $15.1 million.

‘Wolf of Wall Street’ came in third with 9 million. ‘American Hustle’ and ‘Hercules’ tied for fourth place with $8.6 million.

 Both ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ and ‘American Hustle’ received awards at the Golden Globes this past Sunday.

‘Frozen’ Burries the Competition at the Box Office

Disney’s ‘Frozen’ had an amazing sixth weekend out at the box office this weekend. The animated film earned an impressive $20.7 million. The only other films to have done better their sixth week out were ‘Titanic’ and ‘Avatar.’

‘Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones’ took second place with $18.2 million.

‘The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug’ came in third with $16.3 million, while Scorsese’s ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ followed behind with $13.4 million in fourth place.

‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Too Much or Just Right?

‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ hit theaters with a bang on Christmas Day, earning $9.2 million. The film which cost approximately $125 million to make did not earn enough to beat ‘The Hobbit’ on Dec. 25. ‘Hobbit’ brought in a slightly higher $9.3 million on Christmas, taking the lead at the box office.

Those who thought ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ was going to be a cheery Christmas movie were in for a rude awakening. Moviegoers were exposed to scantily clad women, drug use, and the outrageous behavior of Jordan Belfort (DiCaprio). Based on the novel written by the Wolf himself, ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ shocked the crowd this week.

Some critics argue that Scorsese pushed the envelope a little too far, while others feel that he correctly portrayed the life of Jordan Belfort. At just under three hours, the film covered all of Belfort’s most memorable moments. From midgets being thrown through an office, to Coco Chanel’s yacht sinking off the coast of Italy, Scorsese truly showed it all.

‘The Hobbit’ Crushes ‘Anchorman 2′

‘The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug’ brought in $31.5  million this weekend, beating Ron Burgundy for the first place spot.

Paramount’s ‘Anchorman 2′ opened with $26.8 million, making it the second place winner.

‘Frozen’ held on to third place with $19.8 million, bringing its domestic total to $191.6 million after being in theaters for four weekends.

‘Hobbit’ Leads the Box Office with $73.6 Million

‘Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ debuted at No. 1 this weekend with $73.6 million in the U.S. alone.

Disney’s ‘Frozen’ took a cool second place with $22.6 million for its third weekend out in theaters. This brings the domestic total to $164.8 million.

‘Tyler Perry’s a Madea Christmas’ took third with $16 million.



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Disney’s ‘Frozen’ Takes Over the Weekend Box Office

Walt Disney’s ‘Frozen’ dominated the weekend box office, earning $31.6 million. This is the film’s second week out in theaters and features the voices of Kristen Bell and Josh Gad.

‘Catching Fire’ slipped to second place this weekend, taking in about $27 million.

Christian Bale’s ‘Out of the Furnace’ snagged third place with just $5.3 million.