Top 10 movies at the weekend box officeLoading
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    4. "Non-Stop," $10.6 million

    Liam Neeson's "Non-Stop," earned $10.6 million in its third week at the multiplex. The Universal Pictures thriller also stars "12 Years a Slave" Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong'o.
    Myles Aronowitz | Myles Aronowitz
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    6. "The Lego Movie," $7.7 million

    Continuing to hold a spot in the top 10, Warner Bros.' "The Lego Movie" came in at No. 6, gaining $7.7 million in its sixth weekend. That brings the stop-motion 3-D animation's domestic total to $236.9 million.
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    8. "Grand Budapest Hotel," $3.6 million

    Playing in only 66 theaters, Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel," landed at No. 8 with $3.6 million. When it opened last weekend, the stylish comedy showed on just four screens in New York and Los Angeles. Still, it impressed with $200,000.
    Martin Scali
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    9. "Frozen," $2.1 million
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    10. "Veronica Mars," $2 million

    Rounding out the top 10 is the Kristen Bell-starring "Veronica Mars," the first high-profile project to gain funding from a Kickstarter campaign. The cult show-turned-feature debuted with $2 million.
    Robert Voets
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    THE FINAL TAKE:

    ISci-fi action movie "Divergent," based on the Veronica Roth's young adult novel and starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James and Kate Winslet, stands to knock every other film a place or two down when it debuts next weekend.
    Jaap Buitendijk
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