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LEGO MOVIE Remains #1 at Box Office Third Week in a Row

February 24, 2014
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Things on the awesome train are not slowing down anytime soon for Phil Lord and Chris Miller's "The Lego Movie". The film remained at the #1 spot at the box office for the third weekend in a row, bringing in another $31 million. The film has now made over $183 million domestically. Very impressive indeed for any film, much less a film based on Lego's.

The charming animated comedy features the vocal talents of Liam Neeson, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Will Farrell, and many others. We'll next see Lord and Miler's "22 Jump Street" out later this year, which will reunite the odd but fantastic comedic duo of Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill.

The new McG film "3 Days to Kill" came in at the #2 spot at the box office, racking up over $12 million. The film starred Kevin Costner and Amber Heard.

Kit Harington from "Game of Thrones" helped solidify "Pompeii" as the #3 spot, bringing in over $10 million.

Do you think "The Lego Movie" can remain #1 for another week? Let us know in the comments section below!

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