As expected, Ride Along easily claimed a second frame on top of the domestic box office. The Universal comedy took in an estimated $21.1 million this weekend, or more than twice the amount credited to the week’s sole new release: I, Frankenstein. The Lionsgate release pulled in an estimated $8.2 million in its first three days – falling below the very low bar set by the studio’s last feature, The Legend of Hercules, just two weeks ago.
|3.||The Nut Job||$12,316,000||$40.2|
|5.||Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit||$8,800,000||$30.1|
|8.||August: Osage County||$5,041,000||$26.5|
|9.||The Wolf of Wall Street||$5,000,000||$98|