Spectre has remained at the top of the U.S. box office for a second consecutive week.



Spectre took a further $34.4 million over the weekend to stay in the top spot - not really coming under any pressure from nearest rival The Peanuts Movie.

The movie has now broke through the $500 million barrier and has so far grossed in excess of $542 million worldwide.

There was also no change at number two as The Peanuts Movie continued to perform well. The animation film, which sees Snoopy and Charlie Brown brought to the big screen for the first time, took $24.2 million over the weekend.

Love the Coppers was the highest new entry this week, as the festive film opened at number three with $8.4 million. The Martian was down just a single place as it slipped from three to number four.

The 33 was the second new entry inside the top five, as the film opened at number five. Antonio Banderas leads an all-star cast in the movie that's based on the Chile mine collapse that trapped thirty three men back in 2010.

Goosebumps fell out of the top five for the first time this week, as the film dropped two places from four to six. There was also a two place fall for Bridge of Spies, as it ended the weekend at number seven.

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo was the third and final new entry inside the top ten at eight, while Hotel Transylvania was this week's biggest faller. The animation movie slipped three spots from six to number nine.

The Last Witch Hunter was another two place faller as the Vin Diesel film dropped from eight to round off the top ten.

  1. (1) Spectre - $35,400,000
  2. (2) The Peanuts Movie - $24,200,000
  3. (NE) Love the Coppers- $8,400,000
  4. (3) The Martian - $6,725,000
  5. (NE) The 33 - $5,845,000
  6. (4) Goosebumps - $4,650,000
  7. (5) Bridge of Spies - $4,289,000
  8. (NE) Prem Ratan Dhan Payo - $2,400,000
  9. (6) Hotel Transylvania 2 - $2,350,000
  10. (8) The Last Witch Hunter - $1,500,000

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