Box Office: Ride Along Snatches the Top Spot, Sets January Record

Ice Cube, Kevin Hart | Photo Credits: Universal Pictures

Ride Along soared to the top of the box office over the weekend and surpassed Cloverfield as the highest January debut for a movie, Box Office Mojo reports. The comedy starring Ice Cube and Kevin Hart collected a $41.2 million haul.

Coming in at No. 2 was Lone Survivor with $23.2 million.

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The Nut Job had a surprisingly strong opening, landing in third place with $20.5 million, while Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit took in a disappointing $17.2 million at No. 4.

Disney's Frozen is still holding strong in its ninth week in theaters, at No. 5 with $11.9 million.

Oscar frontrunner American Hustle finished in sixth place with $10.6 million, while Devil's Due bombed in its debut, taking in only $8.5 million and coming in at No. 7.

Rounding out the Top 10 were August: Osage County (No. 8, $7.6 million), The Wolf of Wall Street (No. 9, $7.5 million) and Saving Mr. Banks (No. 10, $4.1 million).


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