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‘Furious 7’ remains in victory lane, taking the weekend box office for 4th straight week

(Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures)
(Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures)

The reign of Furious 7 continues as the action flick holds on to the top spot despite a relatively low turnout at the weekend box office.

With the $18 million collected this pastweekend, Furious 7 has surpassed the $320 million mark domestically. It’s been a great run for the film as it topped the billion-dollar mark last week, but the ride at No. 1 is pretty likely to end next week when the highly anticipated Avengers 2: Age of Ultron hits theaters.

Kevin James’ Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 retained its position from last week just under Furious 7 with $15.5 million earned. The romantic tearjerker, The Age of Adaline, which stars Blake Lively and Harrison Ford, was the only film to debut in the top 10n this week with a modest $13.3 million. Rihanna’s family friendly animated farce, Home, held on to the fourth spot with $8.3 million to push it past the $150 million mark. And rounding out the top five is the suspenseful horror flick, Unfriended, which brought in an additional $6.2 million.

Also of note this week, the Queen Latifah-produced drama, Brotherly Love, starring Keke Palmer and Cory Hardrict opened at a respectable $250,000 in its limited release on about 200 screens across the country.

For the full weekend top 10, check out the list below.

1. Furious 7 – $18.2 M

2. Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 $15.5M

3. The Age of Adaline – $13.3M

4. Home  $8.3M

5. Unfriended $6.2M

6. Ex Machina   $5.4M

7. The Longest Ride – $4.3M

8. Get Hard$3.9M

9. Monkey Kingdom $3.55M

10. Woman in Gold – $3.50M

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