“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2” raked in $76 million in ticket sales during the five-day holiday period running from Wednesday through Sunday in the United States, box office trackers Exhibitor Relations and Rentrak said.
It made $102 million the first weekend, but that was below the take of the first two movies in the franchise, perhaps signaling waning interest in the “Hunger Games.”
In second place in its debut weekend was Disney’s animated “The Good Dinosaur” at $55.4 million.
Third place went to the generally well-received boxing movie “Creed,” a next generation version of the “Rocky” series, whose revenue totaled $42.1 million in its first week in theaters.
Dropping to fourth place from second was “Spectre,” the latest James Bond movie, with estimated gross sales of $18.2 million.
The star-studded spy thriller — with Daniel Craig as 007, and including Italian beauty Monica Bellucci and Austrian Oscar winner Christoph Waltz as the villain — has taken in $176.1 million in its four weeks in cinemas, according to estimates.
Fifth was the computer-animated 3D cartoon “The Peanuts Movie,” which pulled in an estimated $13.6 million.
The family-friendly film was the first big screen rendering in 35 years for the comic book characters created by the late Charles Schulz, who died in 2000.
Estimates for the rest of the top 10 were:
6. “The Night Before” ($11.5 million)
7. “Secret in their Eyes” ($6.0 million)
8. “Spotlight” ($5.7 million)
9. “Brooklyn” ($4.9 million)
10. “The Martian” ($4.6 million)