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A Saturday surge carried Disney’s family movie “Frozen” to No. 1 at the U.S. box office this weekend, ending the two-week reign of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” Disney Animation’s 3D kids film was trailing Katniss and her cohorts after Friday, but families turned out in force Saturday and drove it to a $31.6 million three-day total. The Jennifer Lawrence sequel had a slim lead with $8 million after Friday, but fell behind on Saturday and wound up with $27 million for second. No one is too disappointed at Lionsgate; “Catching Fire” is a blockbuster, having taken in more than $336 »


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