Suicide Squad has made it two weeks at the top of the U.S. box office, holding off the challenge from Sausage Party.
The movie, which sees David Ayer back in the director's chair, took a further $43.7 million to easily hold off the challenge from the animated film.
So far, the movie has grossed over $465 million at the global box office and is a huge critical hit - despite the poor reviews from the critics.
Sausage Party, which is written by Kyle Hunter, Ariel Shaffir, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg was this week's highest new entry as it the comedy opened at number two.
Pete's Dragon was a second new entry inside the top five, opening at number three. The movie marks the return of David Lowery to the director's chair and is a remake of the 1977 film of the same name.
This is set to be another big hit for Disney, which already as the four highest-grossing films of the year; Captain America: Civil War, Zootropolis, The Jungle Book, and Finding Dory.
Jason Bourne slipped two places to number four while comedy Bad Moms was also down two at this week's number five.
Comedy hit The Secret Life of Pets fell out of the top five this weekend as it slipped two places from four to number six. Star Trek Beyond was another two place faller as it ended the weekend down at number seven.
Florence Foster Jenkins, which stars Meryl Streep in the title role, was the third and final new entry as the film opened at number eight.
Nine Lives was one of the two films that slipped three places on the chart; down from six to number nine. Lights Out was the other three place faller as it rounded off the top ten.
- (1) Suicide Squad - $43,770,000
- (-) Sausage Party - $33,600,000
- (-) Pete's Dragon- $21,501,000
- (2) Jason Bourne - $13,620,000
- (3) Bad Moms - $11,450,000
- (4) The Secret Life of Pets - $8,840,000
- (5) Star Trek Beyond - $6,800,000
- (-) Florence Foster Jenkins - $6,580,000
- (6) Nine Lives - $3,500,000
- (7) Lights Out - $3,220,000
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