Disney's Zootopia took in $4.55 million on Thursday to lead the daily box office for a 14th consecutive day. The blockbuster 3D computer animated film was down just 1 percent from Wednesday, which represented the day's strongest daily percentage hold among wide releases. It should be noted that the St. Patrick's Day holiday slows business more for films aimed at adults than it does for films aimed at family audiences. Compared to last Thursday, Zootopia was up a terrific 16 percent. Zootopia was easily the week's top film with a second week take of $71.15 million. That was down just 23 percent from the film's opening week performance and brings the film's two-week total to a very impressive $163.77 million.

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Disney's Zootopia reigned again on Wednesday with a comfortable lead in first place, adding $4.61 million -- up 24 percent from last week thanks to some schools around the country beginning spring break. With $159.2 million in the domestic bank, their latest critical and commercial smash hit is pacing 39 percent ahead of Big Hero 6. Internationally, the film added $9.0 million yesterday, which brings the overall global total to an excellent $479.4 million.

Sony's Miracles from Heaven debuted in second place with $1.89 million yesterday. While that is noticeably shy of Heaven Is for Real's $3.7 million opening Wednesday two years ago, the latter film had the advantage of opening immediately ahead of Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

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Disney's Zootopia continued to lead the box office with ease on Tuesday with a daily gross of $6.05 million. The critically acclaimed 3D computer animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios was up 32 percent from Monday and up a very strong 13 percent over last Tuesday. In addition to being helped by strong word of mouth and more schools being off for spring break this week, Zootopia likely also received an added boost from yesterday's primary elections. Zootopia passed the $150 million mark yesterday and has grossed a very impressive $154.61 million in twelve days. That places the film 36 percent ahead of the $113.31 million twelve-day take of 2014's Big Hero 6.

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Disney's Zootopia continued to lead the box office with ease on Monday with a daily gross of $4.60 million. The critically acclaimed 3D computer animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios was down 72 percent from Sunday and up 1 percent over last Monday. Yesterday's hold is a sure sign of more schools being off for spring break this week than last week and also a sign of the film's continued strong word of mouth. Zootopia has grossed a terrific $148.56 million in eleven days and is set to surpass the $150 million mark today. The film is currently running an impressive 33 percent ahead of the $111.62 million eleven-day take of 2014's Big Hero 6.

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Disney's Zootopia continued to lead the box office with ease this weekend with a second weekend take of $51.34 million. The critically acclaimed 3D computer animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios was down just 32 percent from last weekend's debut; a sure sign of just how strong word of mouth is for the film. Zootopia registered the fifth largest second weekend performance ever for an animated film (behind only 2004's Shrek 2, 2010's Toy Story 3, 2007's Shrek the Third and last year's Inside Out). The film has grossed a very impressive $143.96 million through ten days of release. That places the film 30.5 percent ahead of the $110.

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Disney's Zootopia continued to lead the box office with ease this weekend with an estimated second weekend take of $50.0 million. The critically acclaimed 3D computer animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios was down just 33 percent from last weekend's debut; a sure sign of just how strong word of mouth is for the film. Zootopia registered the sixth largest second weekend performance ever for an animated film (behind only 2004's Shrek 2, 2010's Toy Story 3, 2007's Shrek the Third, last year's Inside Out and 2004's The Incredibles). The film has grossed a very impressive $142.62 million through ten days of release. That places the film 29 percent ahead of the $110.

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Paramount reports this morning that 10 Cloverfield Lane made a strong debut in second place with $9.0 million on Friday, including Thursday night's $1.8 million haul. That's generally in line with The Visit's $9.2 million opening day last fall and marks a strong start for the Bad Robot release from first-time director Dan Trachtenberg and producer J.J. Abrams thanks to strong early word of mouth. The "spiritual sequel" currently boasts an 87 percent Flixster score on top of its 91 percent Rotten Tomatoes mark, leaving the "B-" CinemaScore as the only indicator of any mixed word of mouth. Based on a mid-teen millions production budget, the film is already a success and will hope to enjoy healthy legs for its genre. BoxOffice projects an opening weekend around $23.3 million.

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