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Box-Office Chart: Warner Bros and Kevin Hart

box-office chart: That makes Sony's reboot the studio's best non-Spider-Man movie domestically, not adjusting for inflation, according to CTV. The film's unexpectedly strong staying power has lent a boost to the January box office but kept new releases from reaching the top of the box-office chart. Jumanji, starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, sold 20 million in tickets, according to studio estimates Sunday, bringing its five-week domestic total to 317 million. Jumanji has also reigned overseas, where it has grossed 450.8 million and topped all films internationally for three straight weeks. The Warner Bros. release, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, is a fact-based tale, adapted from Doug Stanton's bestseller Horse Soldiers, about a group of Special Forces soldiers sent into northern Afghanistan just weeks after Sept. 11. 12 Strong appealed largely to an older crowd. The war drama 12 Strong, starring Chris Hemsworth, debuted in second with 16.5 million in ticket sales. ( As reported in the news.