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January 21st, 2014
It was one for the record books this long weekend, as the action comedy Ride Along had a stellar debut, grossing 48.1 million — eclipsing "Cloverfield" as the highest grossing debut over MLK weekend.
Holding solidly was last weekend's top draw, Lone Survivor, with 26.3 million. The animated film The Nut Job had a better-than-expected debut with 25.2 million, but the reboot Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, sorta fizzled, with a mere 18 million.
Disney's smash animated hit Frozen added another 16.2 million, and has now outgrossed "The Lion King" as the studio's top animated film of all time. Oscar hopeful American Hustle took in 11.5 million, while the new horror flick Devil's Due made 9 million.
Rounding out the long weekend were Oscar nominees August: Osage County (8.8 million), The Wolf of Wall Street (8.3 million) and Saving Mr. Banks (4.7 million).
Will "Ride Along" top the box office again next weekend? Stay tuned.