Cop comedy “Ride Along” is victorious for a second consecutive weekend at the U.S. box office. Costing around $25 million to produce, the Kevin Hart and Ice Cube starrer adds another $21.2 million, pushing up its domestic gross to $74.5 million. “Lone Survivor” is unmoved from the second spot since last week, adding 12.6 million to its total haul,  grossing approximately $93.6 million nationally.

"Ride Along" poster

“Ride Along” poster

The Aaron Eckhart actioner “I, Frankenstein”, failed to take-off at the box office in its debut weekend. The Lakeshore Entertainment financed film was produced against a reported budget of $65 million. The modern update of Mary Shelley’s classic novel, based on the comic books by Kevin Grevioux, debuts at the sixth place with an estimated $8.3 million.

“The Nut Job” slides into third place, adding another $12.3 million in its second weekend. Disney’s “Frozen (2013)” is still holding on, moving up one spot from last week to no. 4 with an estimated $9 million. Paramount’s reimagining of Tom Clancy’s “Jack Ryan” rounds up the top 5 with approximately $8.8 million.

Quick look at the top-grossing pictures in North American theaters, courtesy of Box Office Mojo:

  1. “Ride Along” – $21.2 million
  2. “Lone Survivor” – $12. 6 million
  3. “The Nut Job” – $12.3 million
  4. “Frozen (2013)” – $9 million
  5. “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit” – $8.8 million
  6. “I, Frankenstein” – $8.3 million
  7. “American Hustle” – $7.1 million
  8. “August: Osage County” – $5 million
  9. “The Wolf of Wall Street” $5 million
  10. “Devil’s Due” – $2.8 million