'Furious 7' Stays Strong at No. 1 With $60.6 Million at Box Office

The seventh installment of 'Fast and Furious' tops the movie charts everywhere including in the U.S., while 'The Longest Ride' scores the highest opening with No. 3 debut this weekend.

AceShowbiz - "Furious 7" shows no signs of slowing down in its second weekend at the box office. It remains atop the domestic movie chart with approximately $60.6 million for a total of $252.2 million after 10 days in U.S. theaters, speeding to officially become the highest-grossing movie in the "Fast and Furious" franchise.

The action movie has passed the $239 million earned domestically by "Fast and Furious 6" in its entire run. Overseas, it adds $195 million for a foreign cume of $548 million and a global gross of $800.5 million. In comparison, "Fast 6" collected $550 outside North America for a global total of $788.7 million two years ago.

Sitting at the second spot is DreamWorks' animation "Home (2015)". Voiced by Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez, the family-friendly adventure comedy settles with an estimated $19 million in its third weekend. Meanwhile, "The Longest Ride" starring Scott Eastwood and Brittany Robertson rounds up the top 3 with approximately $13.5 million debut. The adaptation of Nicholas Spark's romantic novel gets an A grade from CinemaScore.

  1. "Furious 7" - $60.6 million
  2. "Home (2015)" - $19 million
  3. "The Longest Ride" - $13.5 million
  4. "Get Hard" - $8.6 million
  5. "Cinderella" - $7.2 million
  6. "The Divergent Series: Insurgent" - $6.9 million
  7. "Woman in Gold" - $5.9 million
  8. "It Follows" - $2 million
  9. "Danny Collins" - $1.6 million
  10. "While We're Young" - $1.4 million

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