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Box Office Top 10: ‘Allegiant’ falters, ‘Miracles’ ascends

Jennifer Garner’s new film “Miracles from Heaven” opened strong in its first week, bringing in more than $18 million. (Chuck Zlotnick / AP)
Jennifer Garner’s new film “Miracles from Heaven” opened strong in its first week, bringing in more than $18 million. (Chuck Zlotnick / AP)

LOS ANGELES – “The Divergent Series” stumbled this weekend as the third movie in the four-picture series, “Allegiant,” opened to only $29 million – a far cry from the previous two films that both debuted in the same time frame to over $50 million.

“Allegiant” took second place to Disney’s “Zootopia,” which held on to the top spot in its third weekend with $37.2 million, pushing its domestic total past the $200 million mark.

Sony’s faith-based “Miracles From Heaven” debuted in third place with a robust $14.8 million as well. The film starring Jennifer Garner cost only $13 million to produce and has made $18.4 million since its Wednesday opening.

Top films

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

1. “Zootopia” $37,164,158 / $200,929,655 (3)

2. “The Divergent Series: Allegiant” $29,027,348 / $29,027,348 (1)

3. “Miracles From Heaven” $14,812,393 / $18,369,446 (1)

4. “10 Cloverfield Lane” $12,506,539 / $45,183,178 (2)

5. “Deadpool” $8,011,984 / $340,953,367 (6)

6. “London Has Fallen” $6,848,377 / $50,044,197 (3)

7. “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” $2,801,718 / $19,272,558 (3)

8. “The Perfect Match” $1,974,056 / $7,380,235 (2)

9. “The Brothers Grimsby” $1,420,281 / $5,932,951 (2)

10. “The Revenant” $1,207,791 / $181,144,329 (13)

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