Family action-adventure Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle roared into first place over the weekend in American theatres, as the latest instalment of the Insidious horror franchise edged into second spot, past a slipping Star Wars: The Last Jedi, according to industry estimates.
The Force Awakens went on to gross $124 million in the county, a total The Last Jedi likely won't beat, especially considering The Rock's Jumanji reaches cinemas this Friday. Thanks to a lean $90 million production budget, Jumanji is already a substantial earner for Sony, and a sequel is surely inevitable.More news: It's Unclear How Oregon Could Block Federal Cannabis Crackdown
After grossing an additional $8.6 million globally, Star Wars: The Last Jedi reached a global total of $1,215.3 million and surpassed Iron Man 3 as the 12th highest-grossing film of all-time worldwide.
The Return of the Exes - which tells of young bachelors whose former girlfriends exact revenge on them - was named after Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.More news: Ford Launches Self-driving Delivery Cars for Dominos
The Greatest Showman held onto fourth place with $13.7 for a current United States total of $76 million. With the popular Hugh Jackman in the lead role, the film took in $13.8 million (Rs 876,927,900) in its third week, down only slightly from the previous week.
Pitch Perfect 3 dropped to fifth place with $10.2 million for a running U.S. total of $86 million. The Bellas farewell tour has also generated more than $54 million internationally which any way you slice it is "acaawesome".More news: Time to close the book on Tyrod Taylor and move on