HOLLYWOOD—For the second consecutive weekend, audiences were dazzled by the Pixar animated flick “Coco.” Last week’s box-office champ maintained its grip on the box-office with $26 million. Since its release on November 22, the film has earned a domestic tally of $108.7 million.

While not the box-office titan so many expected, “Justice League” still has a solid grip on the box-office earning another $16.6 million for second place. Since its release, the comic book adventure is likely to cross the $200 million mark at the domestic box-office by Monday.

“Wonder” is proving to be a sleeper hit of the year, landing in third place with $12.5 million. The Julia Roberts and Jacob Tremblay drama has since amounted $88 million since its release on November 17. Speaking of comic book heroes, “Thor Ragnarok” is certain to cross the $300 million mark at the domestic box-office by the end of this week. The third chapter in the franchise landed in fourth place adding another $9.7 million to its total.

Rounding out the top five was the comedy “Daddy’s Home” with $7.5 million. The Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg comedy has since earned over $82 million at the domestic box-office. With awards season right around the corner, plenty of indie flicks are taking the box-office by storm including “Lady Bird” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” which both cracked the top 10 this weekend.

This weekend sees limited releases for “I, Tonya,” “The Disaster Artist,” and “The Shape of Water.” Looks like “Coco” will win the box-office for the third consecutive weekend. The film should enjoy the success cause a major flick known as “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” opens on December 15!