Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast was the No. 1 movie in the United States for the second straight weekend, bringing in $88.3 million, according to estimates posted by Entertainment Weekly.
That’s more than double what the next highest-grossing movie made this weekend, the much-anticipated new Power Rangers ($40.5 million).
In North America, Beauty and the Beast has now made $316.9 million after just 10 days. That’s the fourth-largest 10-day gross in movie history and the fourth-largest second-weekend box office haul ever. Worldwide, Beauty and the Beast has now pulled in more than $690 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
Rounding out the top five movies at the US box office this weekend include Kong: Skull Island ($14.4 million), Life ($12.6 million), and Logan ($10.1 million). Another notable is Chips, the new movie inspired by the classic TV show, which made $7.6 million this weekend.
Here are the March 24-26 US box office estimates (via EW):
- Beauty and the Beast – $88.3 million
- Power Rangers – $40.5 million
- Kong: Skull Island – $14.4 million
- Life – $12.6 million
- Logan – $10.1 million
- Get Out – $8.7 million
- Chips – $7.6 million
- The Shack – $3.8 million
- The Lego Batman Movie – $2 million
- The Belko Experiment – $1.8 million