The blazing box-office dominance of the Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire was squelched this weekend with a flurry from the animated film Frozen.
Frozen, which features the vocal work of Kristen Bell and Josh Gad, piled up an estimated $31.6 million gross domestic over the weekend ($134.3 million total), nabbing the No. 1 spot from Catching Fire, which easily topped the box office in its first two weekends.
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Although its flame was dimmed, Catching Fire still continued to attract hoards of moviegoers in its third weekend, raking in $27 million domestic. The sci-fi adventure film's gross domestic total has increased to a whopping $336.7 million and its worldwide total has swelled to an incredible $673.4 million.
Finishing a distant third was the Christian Bale crime-thriller Out of the Furnace, which brought in $5.3 million in its opening weekend.
Remaining at the top of the box office after five weekends was the superhero action sequel Thor: The Dark World, which summoned $4.7 million ($193.6 million) for the No. 4 slot. Nearly 70 percent of the film's mammoth $610.3-million gross total has been amassed abroad.
The middle of the box office—Delivery Man (5th: $3.8 million, $24.8 million), Homefront (6th: $3.4 million, $15.3 million), The Book Thief (7th: $2.7 million, $12.1 million)—saw very little change from last weekend.
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However, the reunion sequel The Best Man Holiday dropped 67.3 percent from last weekend with $2.7 million ($67.2 million) in its fourth weekend, which caused it to fall four spots.
The Judi Dench/Steve Coogan drama Philomena (9th: $2.3 million, $8.3 million) and Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto's Dallas Buyers Club (10th: $1.5 million, $12.4 million) rounded out the Top 10 this weekend.