'Ride Along' No. 1 in box office for third straight weekend

By Ian O'Brien,

Ride Along, the buddy cop comedy starring Kevin Hart and Ice Cube, earned $12.3 million in its third straight weekend atop the box office standings.

According to the Associated Press, the film is getting close to $100 million in its domestic total.

Ride Along set a record over the Martin Luther King Day weekend when it sold $48.6 million in box office tickets, and it has not slowed down since.

The popular animated Disney film Frozen finished in second for this weekend with $9.3 million in the box office. The film has been released for about two months, and its domestic total has reached approximately $360 million.

The movie's soundtrack has been a major hit as well, which includes the top 30 hit "Let It Go." It remains atop the Billboard 200 chart for albums.

According to E! Online, That Awkward Moment, the romantic comedy starring Zac Efron, sits at No. 3 with $9 million for the weekend.

The Nut Job finished fourth with $7.3 million, and Lone Survivor closed out the top five with $7 million.

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