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In its debut weekend, "The Lego Movie" assembled an outstanding $69.1 million in North America to easily take the No. 1 spot at the box office. Warner Bros. is already developing a sequel for the animated film that -- with estimates of a $45 million-plus weekend -- handily surpassed expectations and made it the biggest movie of 2014 to date.

Meanwhile, George Clooney's WWII movie "The Monuments Men" opened in second place to a strong $22.7 million. The film was met with relatively poor reviews, but it seems its impressive ensemble cast salvaged the movie's debut weekend.

Take a look below for the rest of the top 10!

Box Office Top 10
1. "The Lego Movie" $69.1 M
2. "The Monuments Men" $22.7 M
3. "Ride Along" $9.4 M
4. "Frozen" $6.9 M
5. "That Awkward Moment" $5.5 M
6. "Lone Survivor" $5.3 M
7. "Vampire Academy" $4.1 M
8. "The Nut Job" $3.8 M
9. "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" $3.6 M
10. "Labor Day" $3.2 M
The Lego Movie
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An ordinary LEGO figurine (Chris Pratt) mistakenly becomes part of a quest to stop a tyrant's plan. Read More

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