Box Office Winners January 17-19 2014

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The Ice Cube/Kevin Hart cop comedy ‘Ride Along’ took the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend by storm, beating analysts expectations and breaking records at the same time. The film took in $41.2 Million this weekend, enough to ride all the way to the top of the box office. Last weeks winner ‘Lone Survivor’ took in $23 Million to come into second place, the film has made $74 Million dollars domestic so far. The animated squirrel comedy ‘The Nut Job’ didn’t seem to entice the little ones as it took in $20 Million dollars, still an impressive haul considering. The Chris Pine/Kevin Costner actioner ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ disappointed with a 4th place showing and making only $17.2 Million this weekend, while the Disney hit ‘Frozen’ proves it is still hot by taking in another $11 Million, upping its domestic total to $322 Million. See the entire top 10 list below!

Top 10 Films in the Box Office: January 17-19, 2014

#1 Ride Along $41,237,000 (Total Gross $41,237,000)
#2 Lone Survivor $23,239,000 (Total Gross $74,050,000)
#3 The Nut Job $20,550,000 (Total Gross $20,550,000)
#4 Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit $17,200,000 (Total Gross $17,200,000)
#5 Frozen $11,971,000 (Total Gross $332,602,000)
#6 American Hustle $10,600,000 (Total Gross $116,431,000)
#7 Devil’s Due $8,500,000 (Total Gross $8,500,000)
#8 August: Osage County $7,592,000 (Total Gross $18,181,000)
#9 The Wolf of Wall Street $7,500,000 (Total Gross $90,277,000)
#10 Saving Mr. Banks $4,147,000 (Total Gross $75,391,000)

Top 10 Films of 2014 To Date

#1 Ride Along ($41,237,000)
#2 Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones ($31,353,000)
#3 The Nut Job ($20,550,000)
#4 Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit ($17,200,000)
#5 The Legend of Hercules ($14,376,000)
#6 Devil’s Due ($8,500,000)
#7 The Suspect ($127,184)
#8 In Bloom ($18,500)
#9 Cold Comes the Night ($16,971)
#10 Like Father, Like Son ($16,500)

Top Earning Production Studios (of top 10 films of the year)

#1 Paramount $48,553,000
#2 Universal $41,237,000
#3 Open Road Films $20,550,000
#4 LionsGate $14,376,000
#5 Fox $8,500,000
#6 Well Go USA $127,184
#7 Big World Pictures $18,500
#8 Samuel Goldwyn $16,971
#9 IFC $16,500
#10 mTuckman Media $12,133

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