Universal’s Ride Along is still riding high at the box office. According to studio estimates, the buddy cop comedy will land at number one again after taking in more than $20 million in its second weekend.
Last week, the Tim Story-director film, which stars Hollywood heavyweights Kevin Hart and Ice Cube, debuted with the biggest three-day MLK holiday opening ever. It nearly doubled studio predictions, which gave a humble $28 million forecast, by earning $48.6 million.
The sophomore weekend brings Ride Along’s total to a whopping $75.4 million.
Navy SEAL drama Lone Survivor came in at number two with $12.6 million and animated squirrel comedy The Nut Job followed with $12.3 million.
Congrats Kev and Cube!
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‘Ride Along’ Stays At No.1, Earns $21.2 Million Its Second Weekend was originally published on hellobeautiful.com