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Box Office: Noah Rides to Top

The latest Bible-pic, Noah, opened to an impressive $44 million over the weekend while Divergent dropped to 2nd and Muppets settled into 3rd. The Muppets weren’t the only family-friendly offering in theaters. Mr. Peabody & Sherman continues to do well with another $9.5 million, and although it is no longer in the Top 10, Frozen is still showing around the planet and became the highest-grossing animated film in history this weekend.

Here is the Top 10 for the weekend of March 28 – 30, 2014:

1. Noah ($44.0M)
2. Divergent ($26.5M)
3. Muppets Most Wanted ($11.4M)
4. Mr. Peabody & Sherman ($9.5M)
5. God’s Not Dead ($9.1M)
6. The Grand Budapest Hotel ($8.8M)
7. Sabotage ($5.3M)
8. Need For Speed ($4.3M)
9. 300: Rise of an Empire ($4.3M)
10. Non-Stop ($4.1M)

New Movies in bold.

Figures from Rotten Tomatoes.

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