“Spectre” Wins Box Office For Second Weekend Straight

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Spectre Box Office Second Weekend

By Shari Weiss


Spectre Box Office Second Weekend

(Columbia Pictures)

James Bond is keeping the box office competition at bay for a second week in a row. Spectre, the 24th film in the beloved spy franchise, won the weekend box office again. The movie took the number one spot thanks to $35.4 million in ticket sales. That put the film well over the $100 million mark in just two weekends.

The Peanuts Movie performed strongly as well, and took second place with $24.2 million. As the holiday season draws nearer, the early star-studded offering Love The Coopers also attracted moviegoers, securing a distant third place with $8.4 million.

Coming in the fourth and fifth spots were The Martian and the Chilean mine drama The 33, with $6.7 million and $5.8 million, respectively.

Rounding out the Top 10 were Goosebumps in sixth with $4.7 million, while Bridge of Spies nabbed seventh place with $4.3 million. The Bollywood movie Prem Ratan Dhan Payo cracked the Top 10, taking the eighth spot with $2.4 million, and Hotel Transylvania 2 came in ninth with $2.3 million. Securing the final position in this week’s Top 10 was The Last Witch Hunter, which grossed $1.5 million. Tell Gossip Cop: What did you see this weekend?

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