Sony's 22 Jump Street took in $7.35 million on Tuesday to lead the daily box office for the fourth time in the past five days. In the process, the modestly budgeted action comedy sequel starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum surpassed the $70 million mark on Tuesday. 22 Jump Street increased 8 percent over Monday's performance, which represented the day's poorest daily percentage hold among wide releases. 22 Jump Street continues to perform in line with its lofty expectations with a strong five-day start of $71.25 million. That places 22 Jump Street 62 percent ahead of the $43.95 million five-day take of 2012's 21 Jump Street and 13 percent behind the $82.07 million five-day start of last year's World War Z.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 held steady in second place with $5.91 million on Tuesday. The 3D computer animated sequel from Fox and DreamWorks Animation increased a solid 17 percent over Monday. Tuesday's daily hold was a welcome sign, as the film hadn't been holding up all that well before then in its initial days of release. How to Train Your Dragon 2 surpassed the $60 million mark on Tuesday and has grossed $60.41 million in five days. That places the film 13 percent ahead of the $53.35 million five-day start of 2010's How to Train Your Dragon, but a sizable 43 percent behind the $105.29 million five-day take of last year's Monsters University.
Disney's Maleficent was up one spot and a healthy 25 percent over Monday to place in third on Tuesday with $2.84 million. The 3D fantasy blockbuster starring Angelina Jolie was down 40 percent from last Tuesday. Thanks in part to solid holding power thus far, Maleficent has grossed $168.13 million in 19 days of release. That places the film 34 percent ahead of the $125.71 million 19-day take of 2012's Snow White and the Huntsman.
Fox's The Fault in Our Stars was down one spot from Monday to land in fourth place with $2.64 million. The successful low-budget drama starring Shailene Woodley increased 14 percent over Monday and was down 47 percent from last Tuesday. The Fault in Our Stars has grossed $85.72 million in twelve days, which leaves the film $14.28 million away from reaching the $100 million domestic milestone.
Warner's Edge of Tomorrow rounded out Tuesday's top five with $2.08 million. The critically acclaimed sci-fi film starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt was up 25 percent over Monday and down 40 percent from last Tuesday. Edge of Tomorrow surpassed the $60 million mark on Tuesday and has grossed $60.76 million in twelve days. That places the film 11 percent behind the $68.07 million twelve-day take of last year's Oblivion.