The action blockbuster grossed an estimated $33.5 million to take the top spot for the third straight week, according to Box Office Mojo. The Hunger Games has now taken in more than $450 million worldwide and is poised to pass $300 million domestically on Sunday or Monday.
American Reunion, the fourth theatrical installment in the American Pie franchise, drew $21.5 million to take second place. That's far below the openings for American Pie 2 ($45.1 million) and American Wedding ($33.3 million). Titanic's return voyage to movie theaters — this time in 3D! — brought in $17.3 million to come in at No. 3.
Rounding out the top 10: 21 Jump Street (No. 6, $10.2 million); The Lorax (No. 7, $5 million); Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (No. 8, $975,000); John Carter (No. 9, $820,000); and Safe House(No. 10, $581,000).