There was no move at the top of the U.S. box office this week as The Expendables 2 hung onto the #1 spot.
The movie took a further $13.9 million over the weekend to make it a second consecutive week as the top film in the States.
There is already talk of the possibility of a third movie with names such as Clint Eastwood and Harrison Ford being suggested for the the cast list.
There was also no move at number two as The Bourne Legacy - the fourth film in the franchise - remained at number two.
ParaNorman was another none-mover at number three while comedy The Campaign stayed put at number four.
The Dark Knight Rises rounded off the top five as it moved up a place from last week's number six. The Odd Life of Timothy Green was also up this week from six to number seven.
Premium Rush was the first new entry inside the top ten this week as it opened at number seven.
The movie stars Joseph Gordon Levitt and is the first of a few projects we will be seeing the actor in over the coming weeks.
2016: Obama's America was up five places this week to number eight while Hope Springs dropped just a single place to number eight.
Hit and Run was the second and final new entry inside the top ten this week at number ten.
1. (1) The Expendables 2 - $13.5 million
2. (2) The Bourne Legacy - $9.3 million
3. (3) ParaNorman - $8.54 million
4. (4) The Campaign - $7.44 million
5. (6) The Dark Knight Rises - $7.15 million
6. (7) The Odd Life of Timothy Green - $7.12 million
7. (-) Premium Rush - $6.3 million
8. (13) 2016: Obama's America - $6.23 million
9. (8) Hope Springs - $6 million
10. (-) Hit and Run - $4.67 million