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No surprise, Legos still awesome with moviegoers

Written by Barbara Vancheri on .

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“The Lego Movie” topped the box office once again, adding another $31,450,000 to its growing gross and inching closer to $200 million in North America in just three weeks. It has brought in an estimated $183,160,096 since release. 
 
Here are the early numbers, courtesy of Rentrak: 
 
1. “The Lego Movie” — $31,450,000, for $183,160,096 so far. 
2. “3 Days to Kill” — $12,300,000.
3. “Pompeii” — $10,000,000.
4. “RoboCop” — $9,400,000, bringing its gross to $43,600,106 since release. 
5. “The Monuments Men” — $8,100,000, or $58,044,684 to date. 
6. “About Last Night” — $7,400,000, for $38,146,290 since release.
7. “Ride Along” — $4,667,110, or $123,172,910 so far. 
8. “Frozen” — $4,357,000, bumping its phenomenal gross to $384,061,335 since Thanksgiving. 
9. “Endless Love” — $4,300,560, for $20,141,815 so far.
10. “Winter’s Tale” — $2,130,000, or $11,223,901 since last week’s release. 
 

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