Both movies overperformed to end the three-week run at No. 1 of "The Lego Movie," which crossed the $200 million
mark at the domestic box office and finished third with $21 million.
The R-rated sword-and-sandals saga held off the challenge of a very different
history trip, "Mr. Peabody & Sherman," the DreamWorks Animation family film
about a time-traveling genius dog and his young charge that debuted with a
better-than-expected $32.5 million.
The two wide openers dropped the Liam Neeson jetliner thriller "Non-Stop" out of the top spot and into third with
$15.3 million. "The Lego Movie" was fourth with $11 million, beating out the
Bible epic "Son of God," which took a tumble in its second week and finished
with $9.7 million. Read more