Box of­fice

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“The Lego Movie 2: The Se­cond Part” was eas­ily the top ticket-seller in the­aters over the week­end, but the film’s $35 mil­lion open­ing failed to stack up to its ex­pected haul, ac­cord­ing to stu­dio es­ti­mates Sun­day. Es­ti­mated ticket sales for Fri­day through Sun­day at U.S. and Cana­dian the­aters, ac­cord­ing to Com­score.

1. “The Lego Movie 2: The Se­cond Part,” $35 mil­lion

2. “What Men Want,” $19 mil­lion

3. “Cold Pur­suit,” $10.8 mil­lion

4. “The Up­side,” $7.2 mil­lion

5. “Glass,” $6.4 mil­lion

6. “The Prodigy,” $6 mil­lion

7. “Green Book,” $3.6 mil­lion

8. “Aqua­man,” $3.3 mil­lion

9. “Spi­der-Man: Into the Spi­der-Verse,” $3 mil­lion

10. “Miss Bala,” $2.7 mil­lion

As­so­ci­ated Press

In “The Lego Movie 2: The Se­cond Part,” the char­ac­ters Em­met, left, and Rex Danger­vest, cen­ter, are voiced by Chris Pratt.

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