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weekend box office Weekend Box Office: The Lego Movie Continues Being Awesome at Number OneWarner Bros.

“The LEGO Movie” built a huge lead ahead of the weekend’s new releases at the box office.

In its second weekend, the Warner Bros. animated film featuring the voices of Chris Pratt and Will Arnett earned $ 48.8 million to take first place, according to studio estimates Sunday.

Sony’s romantic comedy “About Last Night” starring Kevin Hart came in second with $… Continue reading Weekend Box Office: 'The Lego Movie' Continues Being Awesome at Number One

The Lego Movie is dominating theaters now, and soon the toy building bricks will invade your television sets too.

Fox announced today that it will air an all-Lego episode of The Simpsons on May 4 at 8 p.m, meaning Homer & Co. will become a different kind of yellow. The story revolves around Homer finding himself in a world where Marge, Bart, Lisa, Maggie, and the rest of… Continue reading ‘Simpsons’ Lego episode to air May 4

aboutlastnight mv 4 Box Office Report: Lego Gets Valentines Day Kiss While Only One 80s Remake Reboots SuccessfullyHere’s your 4-day President’s Day Weekend box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. The Lego Movie – $ 48.8 million

2. About Last Night – $ 27.0 million

3. Robocop – $ 21.5 million

4. The Monuments Men – $ 15.0 million

5. Endless Love – $ 13.3 million

6. Ride Along – $ 8.7 million

7. Winter’s Tale – $ 7.7 million

8. Frozen – $ 5.8 million

9. Lone Survivor – $ 4.0

We’ve come a long way in 19 years. Way back when in 1995, Pixar made a movie about children’s toys. The folks there called it Toy Story. Now, in 2014, Warner Bros. made a movie about children’s Legos. The studio called it The Lego Movie. Both films attempt to capture adventure and heartfelt spirit for kids of all ages (adults included).

This week’s Film Face-off will only focus on the first Toy Story

lego movie619 Box Office Report: Everything Is Awesome for The Lego Movie at Box OfficeHere’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. The Lego Movie – $ 69.1 million

2. The Monuments Men – $ 22.7 million

3. Ride Along – $ 9.3 million

4. Frozen – $ 6.9 million

5. That Awkward Moment – $ 5.5 million

6. Lone Survivor – $ 5.2 million

7. Vampire Academy – $ 4.1 million

8. The Nut Job – $ 3.8 million

9. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit – $