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Box office: ‘Zootopia’ stays on top with $51.3M

NEW YORK – Disney’s “Zootopia” extended its rule with $51.3 million in its second week of release, according to final box office figures Monday.

The animated hit held up especially well, declining only about a third from its first weekend. It easily outpaced new releases that were led by the J.J. Abrams-produced sci-fi thriller “10 Cloverfield Lane.” The Paramount Pictures release opened with $24.7 million, roughly doubling its low production budget.

Sacha Baron Cohen’s comedy “The Brothers Grimsby,” however, flopped. Its $3.3 million debut marks easily the worst opening of Cohen’s career.

Last week’s take / total take (weeks in release)

1. “Zootopia” $51,339,887 / $143,955,013 (2)

2. “10 Cloverfield Lane” $24,702,752 / $24,702,752 (1)

3. “Deadpool” $10,942,304 / $328,219,729 (5)

4. “London Has Fallen” $10,836,078 / $39,018,130 (2)

5. “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” $4,665,013 / $14,636,916 (2)

6. “The Perfect Match” $4,294,232 / $4,294,232 (1)

7. “The Young Messiah” $3,294,876 / $3,294,876 (1)

8. “The Brothers Grimsby” $3,258,327 / $3,258,327 (1)

9. “Gods Of Egypt” $2,546,473 / $27,359,362 (3)

10. “Risen” $2,282,208 / $32,427,969 (4)

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