'Ride Along' rules box office for 3rd consecutive weekend

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ANI3 February 2014

Washington, Feb 03 (ANI): Universal's buddy comedy 'Ride Along' has managed to stay at the top of the U.S. box office for the third consecutive week after making a collection of 12.3 million dollars, according to studio estimates.

The second spot was taken by Disney's 'Frozen,' which is now the fourth highest-grossing domestic animated release ever, with $9.3 million, Fox News reported.

Zac Efron, Michael B. Jordan and Miles Teller starrer 'That Awkward Moment' took the third place in its opening weekend with 9 million dollars, while Open Road Films' squirrel comedy 'The Nut Job,' bagged the fourth-place slot with 7.6 million dollars.

The top box office earners this weekend are:

1. Ride Along- 12.3 million dollars

2. Frozen- 9.3 million dollars

3. That Awkward Moment- 9 million dollars

4. The Nut Job- 7.6 million dollars

5. Lone Survivor- 7.2 million dollars

6. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit- 5.4 million dollars.

7. Labor Day- 5.3 million dollars

8. American Hustle- 4.3 million dollars

9. The Wolf of Wall Street- 3.6 million dollars

10.I, Frankenstein- 3.5 million dollars. (ANI)

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