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Tuesday February 11, 2014 2:29 am

Box Office Breakdown: ‘LEGO Movie’ Takes ‘Monuments’ Down

The Lego Movie

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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