Mr. Peabody & Sherman topped the box office this weekend with an estimated $21.2 million.
The DreamWorks animated funny saw off 300: Rise of An Empire, which came in at 19.1 in its second weekend, bringing the later’s to a total of $78.3 million.
Meantime Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad fame saw his video game adaptation Need for Speed come in a disappointing third place with $17.8. Paul has huge creditability just now off the back for highly praised work on Bad but critics gave pretty bad reviews for this car action movie.
In fourth place Non-Stop, Liam Neeson’s thriller, took $10.6 million.
Tyler Perry’s Single Mom’s Club brought in fifth place with an estimate of $8.3 million.
The Lego Movie, which has been popular with critics and audiences, dropped down two places to sixth and took in around $7.7 million.
Son of God was in seventh with $5.4, eighth was The Grand Budapest Hotel on $3.6, with Frozen at nine still bringing it in at $2.1 and Veronica Mars with $2 million in tenth spot.
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