The Warner Bros. romantic comedy earned $25.2 million since Friday.
Riley claims the film fails to paint an accurate picture of police brutality.
Comedy is based on the 2000 film “What Women Want” starring Mel Gibson.
The Warner Bros. rom-com arrived in theaters on Wednesday, August 15.
The Spike Lee drama opens in the top five, while “The Meg” takes first place.
“It is time” for a black actor to become 007, franchise producer supposedly said.
“BlacKkKlansman is the perfect movie for the perfect time.”
Revamp includes a new category for outstanding achievement in popular film.
Crime drama was scheduled to arrive in theaters on September 7.
Disney-Marvel film joins elite club with “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and “Avatar.”
One spy film soared while the other slumped this weekend.
The film is based on James Baldwin’s 1974 novel by the same name.