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‘Lego Movie 2’ Wins Sleepy Weekend

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 The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and the other new releases of the weekend failed to click with audiences in a major way. Lego Movie 2 topped the chart with $35 million from 4,303 theaters, but it was a hollow victory.

Warner Bros. had expected the family-friendly sequel to assemble $50 million to $55 million in its domestic launch. But as box office returns came in over the weekend, it became apparent that a bad case of franchise fatigue has infected the toy turned movie series.

The top 12 films of the weekend, as of Sunday, February 10, are as follows:

#TitleDistributor NameWeekend Total # of LocsLoc AvgCume Total
1Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, TheWarner Bros.$35,000,0004,303$8,134$35,000,000
2What Men WantParamount$19,000,0002,912$6,525$19,000,000
3Cold PursuitLionsgate$10,800,0002,630$4,106$10,800,000
4Upside, TheSTX Entertainment$7,220,0003,372$2,141$85,800,366
6Prodigy, TheOrion Pictures$6,004,0032,530$2,373$6,004,003
7Green BookUniversal$3,567,0002,149$1,660$61,501,776
8AquamanWarner Bros.$3,300,0002,202$1,499$328,547,042
9Spider-Man: Into The Spider-VerseSony$3,040,0001,726$1,761$179,821,627
10Miss BalaSony$2,725,0002,203$1,237$11,865,096
11Dog’s Way Home, ASony$1,950,0002,009$971$38,928,019
12They Shall Not Grow OldWarner Bros.$1,670,000827$2,019$13,562,516