Star Wars: The Force Awakens still reigns supreme at the box office, pulling in $88.3 million in its third weekend - almost three times as much as Daddy's Home, which drew $29 million, according to Box Office Mojo.

The continuation of the Jedi saga officially surpassed Titanic and Jurassic World's domestic all-time records, putting it just $20 million behind 2009's Avatar. Barring a nationwide movie theater disaster, the film will cross the threshold to being the highest grossing domestic film ever by the end of the week.

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That's probably not what Quentin Tarantino wants to hear. His The Hateful Eight came in third place with $16.2 million in its first wide-release weekend. Meanwhile Sisters came in with a healthy $12.6 million.

Jennifer Lawrence is having a great start to 2016 with two movies in the top 10. Joy came in at No. 6 with $11.8 million, behind Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip ($11.8 million), while The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 rounded out the top 10 with $4.6 million.

The Big Short (No. 7, $10.4 million), Concussion (No. 8, $8 million) and Point Break (No. 9, $6.8 million) filled in the gap.