Disney's Zootopia took in $4.49 million on Thursday to remain in first place at the daily box office. The blockbuster 3D computer animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios was up a strong 25 percent over Wednesday and down just 1 percent from last Thursday. Grosses in general yesterday were helped out by those off for Holy Thursday. Zootopia was the week's top film with a weekly take of $53.64 million. That was down just 25 percent from the previous frame and brings the film's three-week total to a very impressive $217.41 million.

The Divergent Series: Allegiant held steady in second place with $1.90 million. The third installment of Lionsgate's young adult franchise starring Shailene Woodley was up 14 percent over Wednesday.

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Disney reports Zootopia led the way again on Wednesday with another $3.58 million, bringing its 20-day domestic haul to $212.9 million. The critical and commercial smash hit is pacing 46 percent ahead of the studio's Big Hero 6.

In second place, The Divergent Series: Allegiant took in $1.67 million yesterday. With a $35.2 million six-day haul, the penultimate franchise film is unfortunately trailing the pace of last year's Insurgent by 43 percent.

Miracles from Heaven tallied $1.32 million on Wednesday, giving it an eight-day haul of $23.0 million. The latest faith-based success from Sony is enjoying positive word of mouth as it heads into what should be a strong Good Friday and Easter weekend.

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Disney's Zootopia took in $4.69 million on Tuesday to continue to lead the daily box office. The blockbuster 3D computer animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios has now led the daily box office for 18 of the past 19 days. Zootopia was up a healthy 26 percent over Monday and down just 23 percent from last Tuesday. Daily grosses in general on Tuesday continued to be helped out by those off for Holy Week. Zootopia has grossed a very impressive $209.34 million in 19 days. That places the film 48 percent ahead of the $141.20 million 19-day take of 2014's Big Hero 6 and 19 percent behind the $257.29 million 19-day gross of last year's Inside Out.

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Disney's Zootopia grossed $3.72 million on Monday to remain in first place at the daily box office. The blockbuster 3D computer animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios has now led the daily box office for 17 of the past 18 days. Zootopia was down 67 percent from Sunday and down a slim 19 percent from last Monday. Daily grosses in general on Monday were helped out by those off for Holy Week. Zootopia has grossed a very impressive $204.65 million in 18 days. That places the film 48 percent ahead of the $137.93 million 18-day take of 2014's Big Hero 6 and 18 percent behind the $250.85 million 18-day gross of last year's Inside Out.

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Disney's Zootopia took in $37.16 million this weekend to lead the weekend box office for a third consecutive frame. The blockbuster 3D computer animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios held up especially well, as it was only down 28 percent from last weekend's already strong hold. Without adjusting for ticket price inflation, Zootopia registered the ninth largest third weekend gross of all-time and the second largest third weekend gross ever for an animated film (behind only the $37.93 million third weekend take of 2004's Shrek 2).

Zootopia passed the $200 million mark this weekend and has grossed a terrific $200.93 million in 17 days. The film is currently running 48 percent ahead of the $135.

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Disney's Zootopia took in an estimated $38.04 million this weekend to lead the weekend box office for a third consecutive frame. The blockbuster 3D computer animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios held up especially well, as it was only down 26 percent from last weekend's already strong hold. Without adjusting for ticket price inflation, Zootopia registered the eighth largest third weekend gross of all-time and the largest third weekend gross ever for an animated film (the previous third weekend high-mark for an animated film being the $37.93 million take of 2004's Shrek 2).

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The Divergent Series: Allegiant took first place on Friday with an opening day of $11.9 million, although that figure comes in 44 percent lower than Insurgent's $21.15 million opening day last year. With poor reviews and modest word of mouth, unfortunately the penultimate chapter of the series is indicative of some burnout among fans of the property and the young adult sub-genre itself. BoxOffice projects a $29 million opening weekend in second place.

Slipping to second place briefly yesterday with Zootopia, which was off just 20 percent from last Friday to $9.63 million. Incredible word of mouth continues to drive the latest smash hit from Disney Animation as it now stands at $173.

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