“Ride Along” Keeps Top Box Office Spot for Third Consecutive Week
(NEW YORK) -- Ride Along topped the box office for the third consecutive week, bringing in more than $12 million this weekend. The buddy-cop film beat out Frozen, which came in at number two spot with $9.31 million.
Ride Along stars Kevin Hart as an aspiring police officer and Ice Cube as an overprotective brother to Hart's on-screen girlfriend, Tika Sumpter.
Disney's animated movie Frozen rose from its fourth place on the list last weekend. Kristen Bell, Josh Gad and Idina Menzel lend their voices to the movie.
That Awkward Moment, the week's new release starring Zac Efron, Miles Teller and Michael B. Jordan, rounded out the top three on the box office list between Friday and Sunday, bringing in more than $9 million.
Here are the top ten films from this weekend's box office according to movie website Box Office Mojo:
1. Ride Along $12.314 million
2. Frozen $9.310 million
3. That Awkward Moment $9.010 million
4. The Nut Job $7.613 million
5. Lone Survivor $7.161 million
6. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit $5.4 million
7. Labor Day $5.3 million
8. American Hustle $4.3 million
9. The Wolf of Wall Street $3.550 million
10. I, Frankenstein $3.520 million
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