The top ten films over the weekend, according to final figures compiled by Box Office Mojo (figures in parentheses represent total gross to date): 1. Despicable Me 2, Universal, $83,517,315, 1 Wks. (New - From Wednesday); 2. The Lone Ranger, Disney, $29,210,849, 1 Wks. (New - From Wednesday); 3. The Heat, Fox, $24,763,907, 2 Wks. ($86,259,195); 4. Monsters University, Disney, $19,716,347, 3 Wks. ($216,253,979); 5. World War Z, Paramount, $18,408,963, 3 Wks. ($158,989,638); 6. White House Down, Sony/Columbia, $13,478,486, 2 Wks. ($50,485,249); 7. Man of Steel, Warner Bros., $11,414,297, 4 Wks. ($271,188,450); 8. Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, Summit Entertainment./Codeblack Entertainment. $10,030,463, 1 Wks. (New - From Wednesday); 9. This Is the End, Sony/Columbia, $5,870,167, 4 Wks. ($85,674,320); 10. Now You See Me, Lionsgate/Summit, $2,853,191, 6 Wks. ($110,498,603).
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