"The Lego Movie" is still snap-and-pop connecting with audiences.
As expected, the blockbuster hit comedy, based on the popular toy, topped the box-office charts for a third straight weekend, blowing away newcomers "3 Days to Kill" and "Pompeii."
The animated “Lego Movie,” from
Co-written and co-directed by Christopher Miller and Phil Lord, “The Lego Movie” stars
The special effects-heavy "Pompeii," directed by
"RoboCop," from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and Columbia Pictures, came in fourth. It grossed an estimated $9.4 million.
The romantic comedy "About Last Night," from Screen Gems, came in sixth. It grossed an estimated $7.4 million through Sunday, its second weekend out. That's down 71% from last weekend, which included Valentine's Day.