Universal’s seven-quel Furious 7 was off 2% in its weekend actual from its Sunday estimate with a second frame of $59.6M. Furious 7 still outstripped its predecessor’s domestic B.O. of $238.7M in 10 days to becoming the highest grossing title in the franchise with $251.5M, and its weekend haul is still the third highest second frame for a title released before summer.

Whenever an in-demand tentpole like this is in the marketplace, exhibitors make sure there’s a showtime for the film every hour. At the Hollywood Arclight, Furious 7 is showing 14 times a day while at the AMC Empire 25 on 42nd Street, the Vin Diesel-Paul Walker film is projecting 28 times a day.

While the 2015 B.O. of $2.94B is still ahead of 2014 by 7.2%, this weekend’s total ticket sales of $130.78M were off 6.4% from a year ago. Chalk it up to lack of new offerings.  This weekend, the only new major studio wide release was 20th Century Fox’s The Longest Ride (which bowed to $13M), while a year ago Fox’s Rio 2 opened to $39.3M during Captain America: The Winter Soldier’s second frame ($41.3M). There were also two wide entries then, Relativity’s Oculus ($12M) and Lionsgate’s Draft Day ($9.8M).

ex machinaA24’s sci-fi film Ex Machina from Alex Garland posted the biggest screen average over the frame with $59,316 followed by Orchard’s Dior and I with $22, 886 and IFC’s Clouds of Sils Maria with $20,603.  Ex Machina, topped off by an awesome 90% Rotten Tomatoes score, will go wide on April 24.

Kevin James as "Paul Blart" in Columbia Pictures' comedy Paul Blart: Mall Cop.This Friday, three wide releases hit the marquee: Sony’s Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 in 3,600; Universal’s Blumhouse Unfriended in 2,600 and Disney’s animal doc Monkey Kingdom in 2,000. Paul Blart is tracking the best of the three. Pic’s unaided awareness at 8% is only a tad above Unfriended‘s 6%, however, total awareness for Paul Blart is at 87%.  Strongest demo for the Kevin James comedy remains men under 25 at 90% total awareness and 10% unaided.

Below per Rentrak Theatrical, are the top 20 films for April 10-12:

1).  Furious 7 (UNI), 4,022 theaters (+18)/ 3-day cume: $59.6M (-60%)/ Per screen average: $14,815/Total Cume: $251.5M/ Wk 2

2). Home (FOX/DW), 3,703 theaters (-98) / 3-day cume: $18.5M (-31%)/ Per screen average: $5,005 / Total cume: $129M / Wk 3

3).  The Longest Ride (FOX), 3,366 theaters / 3-day cume: $13M / Per screen average: $3,868 / Wk 1

4). Get Hard (WB), 3,132 theaters (-80) / 3-day cume: $8.2M (-37%)/ Per screen average: $2,624 / Total cume: $70.7M / Wk 3

5). Cinderella (DIS), 3,025 theaters (-379) / 3-day cume: $7.1M (-30%)/ Per screen average: $2,360 / Total cume: $180.6M / Wk 5

6). Insurgent (LG), 3,118 theaters (-324) / 3-day cume: $6.7M (-34%)/ Per screen average: $2,152 / Total cume: $114.7M / Wk 4

7). Woman in Gold (TWC), 1,504 theaters (+1,246) / 3-day cume: $5.4M (+162%)/ Per screen average: $3,646 / Total cume: $8.9M/ Wk 2

8). It Follows (RAD), 1,633 theaters (-22) / 3-day cume: $1.9M (-23%) / Per screen average: $1,190/ Total cume: $11.7M / Wk 5

9). Danny Collins (BST), 738 theaters (+655) / 3-day cume: $1.48M (+326%) / Per screen average: $2,010/ Total cume: $2.3M / Wk 4

10). Kingsman: The Secret Service (FOX), 1,013 theaters (-314) / 3-day cume: $1.3M (-28%) / Per screen average: $1,292 / Total cume: $124.5M / Wk 9

11). While We’re Young (A24), 246 theaters (+212) / 3-day cume: $1.2M (+151%) / Per screen average: $4,927/ Total cume: $2.19M / Wk 3

12). Do You Believe? (PF), 1,042 theaters (-176) / 3-day cume: $931K (-40%) / Per screen average: $894 / Total cume: $11.5M / Wk 4

13). The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (FSL), 741 theaters (-319) / 3-day cume: $636K (-41%) / Per screen: $859 / Total cume: $31.4M / Wk 6

14). American Sniper (WB), 616 theaters (-7) / 3-day cume: $595K (-5%)/ Per screen: $966 / Total cume: $347.2M / Wk 16

15). McFarland, USA (DIS), 518 theaters (-185) / 3-day cume: $421K (-32%) / Per screen: $814 / Total cume: $42.6M / Wk 8

16). Focus (WB), 424 theaters (-201) / 3-day cume: $300.3K (-33%)/ Per screen: $708 / Total cume: $53.3M / Wk 7

17). Run All Night (WB), 422 theaters (-593) / 3-day cume: $300K (-53%)/ Per screen: $711 / Total cume: $25.9M / Wk 5

18). Ex Machina (A24), 4 theaters / 3-day cume: $237K / Per screen: $59,316 / Wk 1

19). SpongeBob SquarePants (PAR), 308 theaters (-174) / 3-day cume: $230K (-9%)/ Per screen: $748 / Total cume: $161.3M / Wk 10

20). Chappie (SONY), 280 theaters (-49) / 3-day cume: $198K (-16%)/ Per screen: $708 / Total cume: $31.1M / Wk 6

Notables: 
Juliette Binoche Kristen StewartCloud Of Sils Maria (IFC), 3 theaters / 3-day cume: $61K / Per screen average: $20,603 /Wk 1

Dior and I  (Orch) 2 theaters/3-day cume: $46K/Per screen average: $22, 886/Wk 1

Desert Dancer (REL), 23 theaters / 3-day cume: $40K / Per screen average: $1,772 / Wk 1

Lost River (WB), 3 theaters / 3-day cume: $20K / Per screen average: $6,943 / Wk 1

Beyond The Mask (GF), 17 theaters (-164) / 3-day cume: $18.8K / Per screen average: $1,106/ Total cume: 460K / Wk 1

Young & Prodigious T.S (eOne), 9 theaters /  3-day cume: $18.7K / Per screen average: $2,080/ Wk 1

Kill Me Three Times (MP), 16 theaters /  3-day cume: $15K / Per screen average: $967/ Wk 1

Noir (eONe), 5 theaters / 3-day cume: $6,302 / Per screen average: $1,260 / Wk 1

Black Souls (ALCHEMY), 2 theaters / 3-day cume: $6,300 / Per screen average: $3,150/ Wk 1