HOLLYWOOD—As predicted, James Bond controlled the driver seat at the multiplex for the second consecutive week. “Spectre” dominated theatres to land in first place adding $35 million to its tally. In less than 10 days the latest installment has already earned over $130 million mark at the domestic box-office. Looks like Bond might face some tough competition this coming weekend.
Nabbing second place was “The Peanuts Movie” which earned $24.2 million in its second weekend in theaters. In less than 10 days the animated flick has already earned over $80 million at the domestic box-office. The comedy “Love the Cooper” earned $8.4 million to land in third place.
Ridley Scott and Matt Damon continue to prove that if a movie is done right, it will mesmerize audiences, as “The Martian” landed in fourth place with $6.7 million. Rounding out the top five was the drama “The 33” which debuted with $5.8 million.
As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, movie lovers should expect to see big numbers this weekend as the final chapter in “The Hunger Games” franchise, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” arrives in theaters. Looks like Katniss is going to put a beating on James Bond this weekend at the box-office