Los Angeles: The fourth and final “Hunger Games” film shrugged off lukewarm reviews to order a North American box bureau for a second true week over a Thanksgiving holiday weekend, attention total showed Sunday.
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2” raked in $75.8 million in sheet sales in a second weekend in a United States and Canada, box bureau tracker Exhibitor Relations said.
It done $102 million a initial weekend, though that was subsequent a take of a initial dual cinema in a franchise, maybe signaling loss seductiveness in a “Hunger Games.”
In second place in a entrance weekend was Disney’s charcterised “The Good Dinosaur” during $55.6 million.
Third place went to a generally well-received fighting film “Creed,” a subsequent era chronicle of a “Rocky” series, whose income totaled $42.6 million in a initial week in theaters.
Dropping to fourth place from second was “Spectre,” a latest James Bond movie, with sum sales of $18.2 million.
The star-studded view thriller — with Daniel Craig as 007, and including Italian beauty Monica Bellucci and Austrian Oscar leader Christoph Waltz as a knave — has taken in $172.3 million in a 4 weeks in cinemas.
Fifth was a computer-animated 3D animation “The Peanuts Movie,” that pulled in $13.6 million.
The family-friendly film was a initial large shade digest in 35 years for a comic book characters combined by a late Charles Schulz, who died in 2000.
The rest of a tip 10 were:
6. “The Night Before” ($11.5 million)
7. “Secret in their Eyes” ($6.0 million)
8. “Spotlight” ($5.7 million)
9. “Brooklyn” ($4.9 million)
10. “The Martian” ($4.6 million)