After three weeks at the top of the box office list, The LEGO Movie slid down to 3rd in it’s fourth weekend in theaters. The top two spots went to the weekend’s new releases, Non-Stop (starring Liam Neeson) and Son Of God (the Bible biopic) .
Despite letting go of the top of the list, The LEGO Movie still had a great weekend, with another $21 million. That put the movie over the $200 million milestone ($209.3 million to date) and makes it the first movie since Gravity to gross over $20 million in each of its first four weekends.
You can check out reviews of the LEGO toys for the movie that are in stores now, on our The Lego Movie page, here.
Here is The Top 10 for the weekend of February 28 – March 2, 2014:
1. Non-Stop ($30.0M)
2. Son Of God ($26.5M)
3. The Lego Movie ($21.0M)
4. The Monuments Men ($5.0M)
5. 3 Days To Kill ($4.9M)
6. RoboCop ($4.5M)
7. Pompeii ($4.3M)
8. Frozen ($3.6M)
9. About Last Night ($3.4M)
10. Ride Along ($3.1M)
New Movies in bold.
Figures from Rotten Tomatoes.
Hollywood got together to pat itself on the back last night and hand out some shiny statues to each other. You can check out the list of Oscar winners on Rotten Tomatoes, here.
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