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‘Identity Thief’ No.1 At The Box Office

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Melissa McCarthy’s Identity Thief comedy has found itself on top of the box office once again, a week after losing the number one spot to the Bruce Willis’s A Good Day to Die Hard.

Identity Thief  raked in $14 million for Universal over Oscar weekend to put it firmly in the lead. 20th Century Fox’s “A Good Day to Die Hard,” starring Willis, slid to fifth with $10.1 million.

The top 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by distribution studio, gross, number of theater locations, average receipts per location, total gross and number of weeks in release, as compiled Monday by Hollywood.com are:

1. “Identity Thief,” Universal, $14,017,085, 3,222 locations, $4,350 average, $93,619,615, three weeks.

2. “Snitch,” Lionsgate, $13,167,607, 2,511 locations, $5,244 average, $13,167,607, one week.

3. “Escape From Planet Earth,” Weinstein Co., $10,682,037, 3,353 locations, $3,186 average, $34,812,699, two weeks.

4. “Safe Haven,” Relativity Media, $10,454,713, 3,223 locations, $3,244 average, $47,916,356, two weeks.

5. “A Good Day to Die Hard,” Fox, $10,165,633, 3,555 locations, $2,860 average, $51,967,897, two weeks.

6. “Dark Skies,” Weinstein Co., $8,189,166, 2,313 locations, $3,540 average, $8,189,166, one week.

7. “Silver Linings Playbook,” Weinstein Co., $5,750,866, 2,012 locations, $2,858 average, $107,176,012, 15 weeks.

8. “Warm Bodies,” Lionsgate, $4,825,388, 2,644 locations, $1,825 average, $58,243,441, four weeks.

9. “Beautiful Creatures,” Warner Bros., $3,608,333, 2,950 locations, $1,223 average, $16,570,598, two weeks.

10. “Side Effects,” Open Road Films, $3,357,039, 2,070 locations, $1,622 average, $25,099,555, three weeks.

11. “Zero Dark Thirty,” Sony, $2,230,084, 1,197 locations, $1,863 average, $91,539,075, 10 weeks.

12. “Argo,” Warner Bros., $1,827,165, 802 locations, $2,278 average, $129,653,502, 20 weeks.

13. “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters,” Paramount, $1,684,532, 1,425 locations, $1,182 average, $52,945,086, five weeks.

14. “Life of Pi,” Fox, $1,605,366, 572 locations, $2,807 average, $113,525,126, 14 weeks.

15. “Lincoln,” Disney, $1,481,081, 875 locations, $1,693 average, $178,603,571, 16 weeks.

16. “Mama,” Universal, $1,173,900, 1,163 locations, $1,009 average, $70,230,570, six weeks.

17. “Quartet,” Weinstein Co., $1,125,886, 356 locations, $3,163 average, $8,844,950, seven weeks.

18. “Django Unchained,” Weinstein Co., $971,655, 659 locations, $1,474 average, $158,783,430, nine weeks.

19. “Amour,” Sony Pictures Classics, $716,186, 328 locations, $2,183 average, $5,147,242, 10 weeks.

20. “Wreck-It Ralph,” Disney, $645,870, 402 locations, $1,607 average, $186,676,411, 17 weeks.

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