The LEGO Batman Movie soars to second weekend box office win

By Tribute on February 19, 2017 | 2 Comments

The LEGO Batman Movie wins at box office

Batman has once again flown to great heights at the box office.

The LEGO Batman Movie, propelled by Will Arnett‘s voice as the LEGO version of the caped crusader, claimed $34.2 million this weekend for the top spot. The 4.7-star rated animated adventure tale is in its second weekend of release and now has $98.8 million in its Batmobile.

Valentine’s Day may be over, but Fifty Shades Darker is still attracting viewers. The Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan film brought $21 million back to the bedroom in its second weekend of release, which raises its total earning to $89.7 million. Tribute readers have given the picture 2.4 stars.

Made for a monstrous $150 million, The Great Wall climbed the box office chart to land in third place in its debut weekend with a $18.1 million showing. It is the first English-language film shot entirely in China and stars Matt Damon as a mercenary who helps protect the iconic Chinese barrier from wicked dragons. Co-starring Willem Dafoe, it currently has 3.6 stars on

A high-profile international assassin continued his killing spree this weekend as John Wick: Chapter 2 generated $16.5 million at the box office. Starring Keanu Reeves in the titular role, the 4.2-star rated action film now has $58.7 million under its belt after two weekends in theaters.

Inserting a dose of comedy into the mix this weekend was the 2.7-star rated Fist Fight, which battled it out for the fifth and final slot on this list. Starring Ice Cube and Charlie Day as teachers embroiled in a schoolyard scuffle, it raked in $12 million over its premiere weekend. Christina Hendricks and Tracy Morgan co-star. ~Matthew Pariselli

Comments & Discussion

  1. Wendy • February 21, 2017 @ 1:08 PM

    Wow, the quality of films on this list is dreadful. They’re all terrible!

  2. Homer • February 21, 2017 @ 4:55 PM

    Are we supposed to believe that you’ve actually watched all the films listed above, Wendy? YOU’RE dreadful!

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