Box Office Report: The Hunger Games stays on top

Box Office Report: The Hunger Games franchise final continues to gobble up box office dollars

The Hunger Games franchise final continues to gobble up box office dollars

The top two remain the same this week with The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 and Spectre between them taking $8.6m+ on the weekend. The Hunger Games did $5.23m on its second weekend, while Spectre did $3.42m on its third weekend. Together the two of them have pulled in $43.6m to-date with a combined total of five weeks in release.

The Hunger Games dropped about 100 screens to 527 and had a screen average of $9,943 with Spectre down just 17 to 582 with $5,892 per screen.

The box office was unable to sustain last weekend’s giddy heights above $18m, but the top 20 still managed $15.16m for the last weekend of the spring.

Next on the chart were two new releases – Hotel Transylvania 2 at #3 with $2.17m from 414 screens at $5,264 per screen.

Creed wrote $1.71m worth of business from 189 screens at $9,055 per screen.

Sitting at #5 this week was The Dressmaker with $895,000 as it pushes above $15m after five weeks.

Other new releases included family Christmas fun with John Goodman and Diane Keaton in Love The Coopers with $392,000, the Indian romantic drama Tamasha with $187,000 and the poorly reviewed Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie romantic drama By The Sea with $139,000.

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