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BOX OFFICE: ‘Ride Along’ Still Cruising at No. 1, ‘Lone Survivor

Because this is ticker tape reporting, positions can and do change, even overnight. However, it is the only adult comedy in the marketplace right now and it looks smooth sailing for this weekend and next. Russell's last year's Oscar contender Silver Linings Playbook ($132M) next weekend. Lone Survivor, (UNI) 3,131 theaters (+142) / $3.6M Fri. (-43%) / 3-day Cume: $11.2M to $11.4M/ Wk 2 PREVIOUSLY, FRIDAY 10:55 PM: This is the weekend we see how much staying power Universal's Ride Along has. Here is how it's looking this morning: 7). Lone Survivor (also Uni), $12.2M is still hauling it in and is expected to end the weekend with a $93.3M cume. (-27%) / 3-day Cume: $9.1M / Wk 10 For more estimates listed by title, see box office results here... 8/9). Again, for Ryan it could have picked a better date to go out, say President's Day and also Chris Pine has been seen as too soft a lead. The key to its longer-term play is whether it can drive in the crossover audience. Ride Along, (UNI) 2,759 theaters (+96) / $6.3M Fri. (-57%) / 3-day Cume: $20.5M / Wk 2 UPDATED, SATURDAY 7:07 A.M.: This morning looks very similar to last night's numbers with opener I, Frankenstein (LGF) now settling more into the No. 6 and Fox's Devil's Dueis gone baby gone. 1; 'Frankenstein' No Monster. 1 maybe $20M+; The Nut Job (Open Road) still cracking at No. Lone Survivor and The Nut Job are expected to take the 2nd and 3rd spot, respectively. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, in its second weekend, is in survival mode for Paramount at No. (-32%) / 3-day Cume: $5.1M / Wk 5 Opening: I, Frankenstein (LGF) on 2,753 screens, 95% are large format (IMAX, 3D), no monster, opens to No. (-74%) / 3-day Cume: $2.7M / Wk 2 5/6). I, Frankenstein, (LGF) 2,753 theaters / $2.8M Fri. August: Osage County, (TWC) 2,411 theaters (+360) / $1.4M Fri. American Hustle, (SONY) 2,304 theaters (+100) / $1.9M Fri. (-51%) / 3-day Cume: $7.77M / Wk 2 See Also'The Nut Job 2? Set For January 2016China To Crack Down On Fraudulent Box Office Reporting With New Ticketing SystemUPDATE: International Box Office: 'Wolf Of Wall Street' Overseas Cume Nears $75M Led By France; '12 Years A Slave' Rises In UK; '47 Ronin' Crosses $25M In Russia; MoreFor all of Deadline's headlines, follow us @Deadline on Twitter. 10). 4 with $9M for the 3-day. The conventional wisdom is anything over a 50% drop from weekend to weekend and that's a no go. I, Frankenstein, even with a B CinemaScore, is no monster for Lionsgate nor is it scaring anyone else off; looks like it could bow at No. 4 and may slide down a notch again) at $7.75M, being iced out by Disney's Frozen, $9.1M in its 10th week. While The Wolf of Wall Street, $5.1M? will be edging closer to the $100M mark for a total of maybe $98.2M after the three day so will pass that mark after the week ends. Devil's Due (FOX) 2,544 theaters (0) / $906KM Fri. 5 spot (instead of No. Sony/Annapurna's American Hustle with an expected $6.9M weekend puts it on its way to an estimated cume of $121.9M and will be passing David O. / Estimated 3-day Cume: $7.75M / Wk 1 3) The Nut Job (OPRD) 3,427 theaters (+45) / $2.5M Fri. 3 to add another $11M+. 1). Open Road Films' The Nut Job, revised upwards to $11.2M to tuck away a total cume of $39.2M in week two.? Paramount's Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, $7.7M revised down this morning in its 2nd weekend to tally maybe $29M cume. 5 or 6; NOTEWORTHY: Ride Along still cruising at No. (-48%) / 3-day Cume $12.3M/ Wk 5 Box Office: 'Ride Along' Still Cruising At No. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (PAR) 3,387 theaters (0) / $2.6M Fri. Love trumps evil. (-35%) / 3-day Cume: $6.9M / Wk 7 4). Universal/Emmett Furla's Ride Along? still looks like it will have a $20.5M weekend and looks to drop 51% weekend to weekend, meaning that the crossover is just not happenin' but a $74.8M cume is nothing to sneeze at. Frozen, (DIS) 2,757 theaters (-222) / $2M Fri. Grosses are based on early Friday night estimates: The Wolf Of Wall Street, (PAR) 1,804 theaters (-126) / $1.4M Fri. I will update early in the AM. (-36%) / 3-day Cume: $5.2M / Wk 5 2)

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