Actor Hugh Jackman greets Amy Pascal as they arrive for the premiere of the film "Chappie" in New York March 4, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Artificial intelligence thriller "Chappie" debuted atop the North American box office over the weekend, while "American Sniper" became the biggest hit of 2014, data showed Monday."American Sniper," which was nominated for six Oscars of which it scooped up one for sound editing, has earned $337.1 million compared to $336.95 million for the latest "Hunger Games" movie, according to Exhibitor Relations figures.This weekend meanwhile was ruled by 'Chappie," a dystopian romp starring Dev Patel, Hugh Jackman and Sigourney Weaver, which took in $13.3 million.The film kicked last weekend's top earner, con-artist flick "Focus," into second place. Teen comedy "The Duff" fell one spot to ninth, pulling in $4.8 million.And Vince Vaughn comedy "Unfinished Business" debuted to the tune of $4.8 million, in tenth.
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