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Disney Enjoys a Solid Weekend Thanks to Two Blonde Princesses; Two Films Debut in the Top 5

Disney's Buena Vista celebrates two titles in the Top 10, as McFarland, USA holds strong at #8 in its fourth week since release, and the most recent remake of fairytale classic Cinderella bows at #1 with $70m over the weekend. And don't forget that the release of Cinderella also marks the release of Frozen Fever, the preceeding short that serves as a precursor to Frozen 2.

1. Cinderella (Buena Vista) $70m 3,845/$18,219 avg. (debut)
2. Run All Night (Warner Bros.) $11m 3,171/$3,474 avg. (debut)
3. Kingsman: The Secret Service (Fox) $6.2m 2,635/$2,353 avg. (week 5)
4. Focus (Warner Bros.) $5.8m 2,855/$2,033 avg. (week 3)
5. Chappie (Sony/Columbia) $5.8m 3,201/$1,812 avg. (week 2)
6. The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (Fox Searchlight) $5.7m 2,022/$2,819 avg. (week 2)
7. The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (Paramount) $4.1m 2,659/$1,542 avg. (week 6)
8. McFarland, USA (Buena Vista) $3.7m 2,455/$1,504 avg. (week 4)
9. American Sniper (Warner Bros.) $2.9m 2,001/$1,464 avg. (week 12)
10. The DUFF (Lionsgate) $2.9m 2,301/$1,260 avg. (week 4)

The Top 12 earned a combined total of $124m, up 58% from last weekend's $78m.

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