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The Top 5 Highest-Grossing Films in America Over the Weekend

Universal's M. Night Shyamalan thriller Split remains #1 at the box office in its second week out, earning another $26m to drop a mere 34%. And another Uni flick, A Dog's Purpose, turns out to be the highest-grossing debut this week, coming in at #2 with $18m.

1. Split (Universal) $26.2m 3,199/$8,212 avg. (week 2)
2. A Dog's Purpose (Universal) $18.3m 3,059/$6,010 avg. (debut)
3. Hidden Figures (Fox) $14.0m 3,351/$4,178 avg. (week 6)
4. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (Screen Gems) $13.9m 3,104/$4,462 avg. (debut)
5. La La Land (Lionsgate) $12.1m 3,136/$3,842 avg. (week 8)

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