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Published On: Sun, Jan 19th, 2014

‘Ride Along’ breaks box office record, ‘Jack Ryan’ opens behind ‘Lone Survivor’

Ice Cube and Kevin Hart won big this weekend with Ride Along, headed into the MLK holiday, poised to break the MLK holiday weekend mark.

Ride Along earned over $41 just over the weekend and will easily topple $46.1 million mark set by Chronicle in 2008. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit didn’t fare well, not crossing the $20 million mark, earning just over $17 million for the weekend.

Lone Survivor continues to find a strong audience with over $23 million for the weekend and will easily top $75 million after MLK.

 Title Weekend Total
1.  Ride Along $41,200,000 $41.2
2.  Lone Survivor $23,200,000 $74
3.  The Nut Job $20,550,000 $20.5
4.  Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit $17,200,000 $17.2
5.  Frozen $11,971,000 $332.6
6.  American Hustle $10,600,000 $116.4
7.  Devil’s Due $8,500,000 $8.5
8.  August: Osage County $7,592,000 $18.1
9.  The Wolf of Wall Street $7,500,000 $90.2
10.  Saving Mr. Banks $4,147,000 $75.3

Here’s the four day estimates (Deadline):

1. Ride Along $47.7m (early estimates are predicting this could hit $50 million)

2. Lone Survivor $26.6m

3. The Nut Job $25.2m

4. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit $18.6m

5. Frozen $18.1m

6. American Hustle $11.9m

7. Devil’s Due $10.4m

8. August Osage County $8.8m

9. The Wolf of Wall Street $8.2m

10. Her $5m

Other Source: Box Office Mojo

Ride Along movie poster Kevin Hart Ice Cube

 

 

 

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- Stephen is a contributor and writer on The Dispatch. Stephen is the founder and editor for the Steven Spielberg Fan Club website and contributes to pop culture stories on The Dispatch, especially upcoming movie news. Beginning in 2016, Stephen took the role of Managing Editor for the Tampa Dispatch.

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