300: Rise of an Empire is the number one movie. After its release Friday, the epic battle movie scored $132 Million worldwide, with $45 Million of that coming from 3470 American theaters. 342 of those were in IMAX.

The sequel to the debut of 2007’s 300, which scored a record breaking $70 million its first weekend, Rise of an Empire is the second biggest opening of 2014, so far, nestled behind The Lego Movie. 300: Rise of an Empire cost $108 Million to make and will undoubtedly lead to a third, milking a film that easily appeases those hungry for drama and violence in 3D.

Here’s a full list of the top 10 weekend box-office numbers:

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1. 300: Rise of an Empire -- $45.05 million

2. Mr. Peabody and Sherman -- $32.5 million

3. Non-Stop -- $15.4 million

4. The Lego Movie -- $11.1 million

5. Son of God -- $10 million

6. The Monuments Men -- Sony $3.1 million

7. 3 Days to Kill -- $3.06 million

8. Frozen -- $3.01 million

9. 12 Years a Slave -- $2.17 million

10. Ride Along -- $2 million